Nuzvid Pickle Mangoes

Traditional Pickling Process

The process of making Nuzvid mango pickles is a cherished tradition in many households. The pickling process typically involves:

  1. Selection: Choosing firm, unripe mangoes.
  2. Preparation: Washing, peeling, and cutting the mangoes into pieces.
  3. Spices: Mixing with a blend of spices including mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, chili powder, turmeric, and salt.
  4. Preservation: Adding oil (often sesame oil) to preserve the pickle and enhance its flavor.

The pickles are then stored in airtight containers and left to mature, allowing the flavors to meld over time.


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Origin and Geographic Context

Nuzvid is a town in the Krishna district of Andhra Pradesh, India, renowned for its unique variety of mangoes. The Nuzvid mangoes, often referred to as “Nuzvidu Rasalu” or simply “Nuzvid Mangoes,” are particularly popular for their suitability in making pickles due to their distinct flavor profile.

Agricultural Significance

The cultivation of mangoes in Nuzvid has a long history, deeply intertwined with the region’s agricultural practices. The soil composition and climatic conditions in Nuzvid are ideal for mango cultivation. The specific microclimate of the region contributes to the unique taste and texture of Nuzvid mangoes, making them a sought-after variety for pickling.

Additional information


15 Mangos Bag, 25 Mangos Bag


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