Mambazha Pulissery – A guest post for Rhythm

Mambazha Pulissery

It’s the first time I’m doing a guest post in my blog. I got some invitations before but then i was not confident to do it.When Rhythm of Ritz’s Flavours asked me about a guest post i was confused about what post i have to make and when i have to do it. Also i have to do some vegetarian recipe too. After so many thoughts i decided to do it right now.I am sure everyone will like and try this recipe.

Thanks a lot Rhythm dear and i’m very excited too.She doesn’t need any introduction, you all might be knowing her blog well.Lot of fabulous dishes are there in her finger tips. So please check out her yummylicious recipes.

Mambazha pulissery is a sweet and sour curry made of yogurt and coconut gravy. Ripe mangoes are cooked in its own juice, which makes the curry so special. Traditionally small full mangoes,’nattu manga’ are used for this.Here I have used big mangoes. Pulissery can be prepared with Pineapple,Ash gourd etc.This is also a popular Kerala cuisine and a part of the ‘sadya’ menu. Since this is the season of mangoes,you can give it a try.

Hop over to Rhythm’s place to see the recipe.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. Rhythm says:

    Thanks a lot Anu for doing a guest post for my space. XOXO

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Anu Yalo says:

      you are most welcome ❤

      Liked by 1 person

  2. It’s my favorite dish

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  3. Nava K says:

    Saw the recipe and it is now on my list. Love the sour notes especially.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Anu Yalo says:

      Thanks Nava dear 🙂


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