Ripe Mango Chutney Recipe in Minutes


Mango juice, mango lassi, mango icecream … Are you bored of these mango recipes?

Now before the mango season is off, let’s do something different with mangoes. The recipe that I am sharing today is simple and brings out a different dimension to mangoes. The recipe is ripe mango chutney.

The ripe mango chutney brings on the mango-ness of mangoes to the fullest. It is a very healthy and unique mix which can be served as side dish or dip with rotis, bread, parathas, dosa, salads and rice.

ripe mango chutney

The ripe mango chutney is a fab combination of coconut and mangoes with a few spices. The best part of this preparation is that it is not loaded with sugar. Also the texture and fragrance of mango is retained in the recipe. You can use any variety of mango for this recipe. I have used baganapalli variety.

Health benefits of ripe mango chutney:

ripe mango chutney

The ripe mangoes are high on Vitamins C, A, magnesium, copper  and probiotic fiber. It alkalizes the body and helps in preventing heat strokes.

Mangoes strengthens the immune system and also had adequate amount of iron content.

Coconut is high on manganese and iron. It is a good source of dietary fibre. Copper in desiccated coconut helps in maintaining a good brain health.

Jaggery is rich in iron and lemon juice provides the adequate Vitamin C.

Ripe mango chutney recipe requires us to make a mix of coconut, pudina or mint, green chilies, cumin powder, jaggery and salt. Once the mix is ready, we need to add the small chunks of ripe mango and bring everything together with a dash of lemon.

This chutney can be served to toddlers of 1 year and above.

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Ripe Mango Chutney Recipe
  • Ripe mango - ½ cup
  • Desiccated coconut - ⅓ cup
  • Powdered jaggery or gud – 1 tablespoon
  • Lemon juice – 1 teaspoon
  • Cumin powder – 1 teaspoon
  • Mint or pudina leaves – 6 to 8
  • Green chili - 1 (optional)
  • Rock salt - to taste (I have added 1 teaspoon)
  1. Peel the mango and dice or chop the mango finely.
  2. In a blender, place coconut, cumin powder, jaggery, pudina leaves, green chilli and salt. Pulse until finely ground. Do this in spurts with a gap of a few seconds.
  3. Combine the mangoes and the coconut spice mix. Add the lemon juice and mix well again.
  4. Yummy chutney is ready to be served.
Variations :

One can omit the green chili. If you or your little one loves black pepper, you can add it instead of green chili.

You can also try the same chutney with fresh coconut.

If you are looking for other mango recipes, you can try aamras, mango mastani, mango pachadi and homemade mango ice cream.

Hope you all liked this ripe mango chutney recipe with the king of fruits mangoes. Do let us know your feedback in the comments section.


About Author

Neha is a Management graduate and a professional working in a reputed IT firm. She is a mother of a five year old son and 2 years old daughter. She believes in giving family a priority over work and has a passion for writing & cooking. She strongly believes that a rich diet is essential for growing kids and believes that innovation in kitchen is necessary to keep kids away from the junk food .


  1. hii …m breastfeeding mom of 8month baby girl…my granny says dat m nt supose to eat mangoes ,jackfruit and cold it true..I wanted to feed my dd mangoes ..its my fav fruit..can u please advice can I feed her and what abt me m missin mangoes soo mch ..waitin 4 ur response…

    • Kahkashan,

      You can definitely go ahead with organic mangoes. No harm in it at all. 1/2 to 1 mango is completely fine if the mangoes are still in the season at your place. You can have it too, once a day.

      Cold drinks take it during noon if you wish to. Jackfruit have it in minimal quantity as it might cause loose motions if taken in excess. Take care.

      Have everything in moderation, no harm at all.

      • thank u sooo mch mam u r a life saver…n thanx 4 such a quick reaponse…I thing m still confused I can feed my baby mangoes right?

      • Hello kahkashan,

        Even my side mothers are told to avoid mangoes for the first few months.Based on my experience and as Sangeetha mentioned you can have mangoes in limited quantities and can give it to your dd as well.


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