What happened to my thread about mango chutney?

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by oregonyeti, Mar 28, 2014.

  1. oregonyeti

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    It disappeared.
     
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  3. oregonyeti

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    Hmmm, am I banned from the site? /img/vbsmilies/smilies/crazy.gif
     
  4. oregonyeti

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    Please feel free to zap this thread once the one I want is restored to my access.
     
  5. kaneohegirlinaz

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    Not really sure, but here's my grandma's recipe for you again @OregonYeti  ALOHA!

    Back home in Hawaii, mangoes are abuntant and my grandmother made mango EVERYTHING!

    Her chutney was well known, at least in her neighborhood and with all of her family.

    I was very fortunate to receive her hand written recipe book and this is what I found as she wrote it:

    Grandma Eva's Mango Chutney

    3c=1#

    6# green mangoes

    4# brown sugar

    1 c water

    3 c vinegar

    1 tsp salt

    1 c raisins

    3 large green ginger root, minced

    1 large onion, minced

    3 cloves garlic, minced

    7 Tabasco peppers (small Hawaiian peppers)

    2 tsp allspice

    2 tso cloves, ground

    1 tsp cinnamon

    peel & slice mangoes & soak in cold water overnight with one handful of salt-next morning drain

    Bring spices. vinegar and water, salt & sugar onions, garlic, peppers, etc to a boil-about 10 minutes. Add mangoes & raisins & cook about 2 1/2 hrs stirring occasionally. During last hour of cooking add an extra cup of mangoes.
     
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    You should have read the rules more carefully before posting, Yeti. Rule #7: Threads about mango chutney are not allowed on this forum. Any thread about mango chutney will be immediately deleted and the member who posted it will be banned without further notification. 
     
  7. oregonyeti

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    kaneohe, Thanks!

    FF, okay. Would roadkill chutney be ok?
     
  8. kaneohegirlinaz

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    as I am not a fan of mango chutney (funny, I am from Hawaii *shrug*), my grandmother EVA BELLA (can you tell that she was Portuguese?) made EVERYTHING mango... I have a killer pickled mango recipe too... that I like, add some Li Hing Mui powder and I'll follow you anywhere !!

    k~girl... out!
     
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  9. oregonyeti

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    Give it to me, eh?
     
  10. kaneohegirlinaz

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    okay... trying to watch SDSU vs UOA NCAA Basketball playoff... GO CATS-BEAR DOWN!

    this recipe is from A Taste of Aloha
    Product: A Taste of Aloha

    Hilo Pickled Mango

    1 gallon sliced green mangoes

    2 C raw sugar

    1 C white vinegar

    4 tablespoons Hawaiian Rock Salt

    1/4 - 1/2 pound seedless li hing mui (*I replace it with powder to taste, only `cuz that's what I can find here in the middle of the desert)

    Peel green mango with a vegetable peeler. Slice into thin strips and discard seed.  Set aside.  Bring sugar, vinegar and salt to a boil.  Continue boiling until sugar dissolves.  Cool.  Stir in Li hing Maui and pour over mango slices.  Store in airtight container.  Note:  Mangoes should be very small-3 to 4 inches in diameter.  At this point you may cut through the seed.  Common mangoes will give the best results.

    My preference is with the smaller fruit with the seed attached, it's just part of the experience for me...

    ALOHA!
     
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  11. oregonyeti

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    Thanks! /img/vbsmilies/smilies/biggrin.gif
     
  12. kaneohegirlinaz

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    @OregonYeti

    Kaneohegirlinaz is a MOUTHFUL!!  (Kaneohe is the small town that I'm from and then well, girl in AZ - Arizona now)

    how about just k~girl?