Aam Ki Launji

Aam Ki Launji | The Sweet and Tangy Delight: A Guide to Making Aam Ki Launji

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This is a really delicious recipe Aam ki Launji is a meal that resembles a sweet and sour chutney that is prepared using raw mangoes, sugar, jaggery and a variety of spices. This well-known Indian condiment is frequently served as a side dish or as an addition to larger dishes. A delightful addition to any meal, kacche aam ki Launji is the ideal balance of tanginess, sweetness, and spice. During the summer, when raw mangoes are in season, it is frequently offered. Aam ki Launji is simple to make and can be kept in the refrigerator for a few weeks. It is a flexible recipe that goes well with parathas, rotis, and rice dishes, among other Indian foods.


Aam Ki Launji
Aam Ki Launji

Aam Ki Launji

What’s up guys you are Welcome to my new blog, It’s summer season & the best thing about summers is that it’s also Mango season. Surely we eat ripe mangoes & make a lot of recipes from that. But a lot of recipes are made with the raw mango too like pickles, chutneys, coolers (Panha), etc. In this season, I’ve already made Panha & shared the recipe.

Now, in this season I’m making one more recipe, which I really like, which is raw mango recipe. which is called Aam ki Launji. Sweet & Spicy Raw mango chutney is sweet & sour & spicy raw mango chutney, which is very similar to sweet pickles or preserves like chunk, or murabba. It’s quickly ready by cooking some raw mango, jaggery & some spices.


About Aam Ki launji

The ingredients for the well-known North Indian condiment known as “Aam ki Launji” are raw mangoes, sugar, and a mixture of spices. The Hindi word “Lon” that the term “Launji” is derived from meaning to maintain or to keep something safe for future use. Aam ki Launji is a great illustration of this because it can be kept in the refrigerator for a few weeks and eaten as a side dish or as an addition to larger meals.



Raw mangoes are peeled and sliced into small pieces to make Aam ki Launji. Then, sugar, water, and spices like cumin, fennel seeds, nigella seeds, and red chilli powder are added to the stew in which these pieces are cooked. The mixture is cooked to a thick and sticky consistency, with the mangoes becoming soft and the sugar dissolving. For additional sweetness and texture, some Aam ki Launji versions also include the addition of raisins, cashews, and dried apricots.

Indian breads like roti or paratha, as well as rice dishes like biryani or pulao, are frequently served with aam ki launji recipe as a side dish. Due to its sweet and sour flavour, it is a dish that can be used as a topping for sandwiches and wraps as well as a dip for snacks.

Due to the fact that raw mangoes are a wonderful source of vitamins and minerals including Vitamin C, A, and E as well as antioxidants, Aam ki Launji is not only delectable but also nourishing. A healthy choice for people controlling their weight or calorie consumption, it is also a low-calorie condiment.

Ingredients For Aam Ki launji

  • RAW MANGO 4 NOS. (500 GRAMS)
  • OIL  2 TBSP
  • SALT  1/2 TSP
  • JAGGERY  1 CUP (200 GRAMS)

How to make Aam ki Launji(Kairi Ki Launji)


Here, I’ve taken 500 grams of raw mango. Wash & dry these raw mangoes properly. Then peel it’s skin using a peeler. Peel all the raw mangoes nicely. Once you have removed the skins, now you have to chop them. For chopping it, either you can cut from the sides or if the stone is still soft you can just halve it from the centre.

You have to cut the raw mango into long strips. after removing the stone, I’m cutting long strips from raw mango.Don’t slice the strips too thin, make them slightly thicker otherwise all the strips will dissolve in the launji. So  I’ve sliced the raw mango. Cut all your raw mango & keep it aside.


Make The Launji

Now heat a wok or a pan on high flame. Now add 2 tbsp oil to it & let the oil heat up as well. Now to this add 1 tbsp cumin seeds, 1/2 tsp carom seeds, 1 tsp fennel seeds, 1 tsp onion seeds, 1 tsp asafoetida,1 tsp mustard seeds,& add 1/2 tsp fenugreek seeds.

Stir all the spices & let them crackle well in the oil especially like mustard seeds & cumin should crackle nicely. After that add the raw mango that we sliced earlier. Stir well after adding the raw mango & cook it on medium flame for about 1-2 minutes. Don’t cook the raw mango for too long, otherwise it can become mushy very soon in the beginning.

Cook it for 1-2 minutes. Then add 1 cup water to it. 1/2 tsp salt, 2 tsp Kashmiri red chilli powder, & add a pinch of garam masala, this is completely optional. & stir it nicely. After stirring, cover it with a lid & cook it on medium low flame for 2-3 minutes.



We don’t have to cook the raw mangoes completely here. Just let them soften slightly. So cover it & cook the raw mangoes for 2-3 minutes. It’s been 2-3 minutes, remove the lid, & stir it nicely. Now our  raw mangoes are cooked. And  raw mango has softened. At this stage add 1 cup or 200 grams of jaggery.

Stir well after adding the jaggery.  I have chopped the jaggery so chop or grate it well. So that the jaggery melts easily. You have to melt the jaggery nicely. Once the jaggery has melted, then you have to cook it until it thickens. So keep cooking it properly. It could take 5-6 minutes. The jaggery will cook nicely & thicken slightly,

The flavours of raw mango, jaggery & the flavour of spices will assimilate together, & will result in a sweet & sour & spicy Launji.

Now it’s been 5-6 minutes, At this stage, taste for seasoning. We will add black salt & chaat masala still, so accordingly adjust the salt. Along with it 1/4th tsp black salt, & add 1/4th tsp chaat masala, & stir it nicely.



Now  it has reached a perfect consistency & our Aam ki Launji is ready. At this stage, you have to turn the flame off
& cool down the Aam ki Launji. Once cooled down,  it will thicken even further. it has thickened further. Our Aam ki Launji is ready.

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You can store it in a clean, airtight, glass bottle. If storing outside the refrigerator, it can stay good for at least 2-3 weeks. Inside the refrigerator, it will stay good for more than 2-3 months too as it is cooked nicely & has a lot of jaggery, raw mango & other spices. It won’t spoil if you store it properly. You can enjoy it with parathas. I’ve made some Laccha Paratha, so let’s serve our Aam ki Launji .

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Serving Suggestions

This Aam ki Launji tastes really delicious, & I just ate it with Laccha paratha. Such a joy to eat it. So, whenever you want to eat something quickly like with roti, puri, paratha, or thepla, pair it with this Aam ki Launji. It’s such a fun to eat it. Aam ki Launji is made differently in different regions, there may be some variation in the spices.

Tell me how is Aam ki Launji made in your home in the comments. I will love to read it. & I would even like to try those recipes. So Definitely try this recipe at your home & tell me how did you like it.


Aam Ki Launji
Aam Ki Launji


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Q What is Aam ki Launji?

Aam ki Launji is a meal that resembles a sweet and sour chutney that is prepared using raw mangoes, sugar, and a variety of spices. It is a well-known North Indian condiment that is frequently offered as a side dish or as an addition to larger meals.

Q How is Aam ki Launji prepared? 

To prepare Aam ki Launji, raw mangoes are peeled and cut into small pieces. These pieces are then cooked in a mixture of sugar, water, and spices such as cumin, fennel seeds, nigella seeds, and red chilli powder. The mixture is simmered until the mangoes are soft and the sugar has dissolved, creating a thick and sticky consistency.

Q What are the ingredients in Aam ki Launji?

The main ingredients in Aam ki Launji are raw mangoes, sugar, water, and a blend of spices such as cumin, fennel seeds, nigella seeds, and red chilli powder. Some variations may also include raisins, cashews, and dried apricots.

Q How long can Aam ki Launji be stored?

In an airtight container, Aam ki Launji can be kept for a few weeks in the refrigerator.

Q What are some dishes that can be served with Aam ki Launji?

Indian breads like roti or paratha, as well as rice dishes like biryani or pulao, are frequently served with aam ki launji as a side dish. It can also be used as a topping for sandwiches and wraps or as a dip with snacks.

Q Is Aam ki Launji healthy?

Aam ki Launji is a low-calorie condiment that is also packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and vitamins C, A, and E. However, because it also contains a lot of sugar, it should only be drunk in moderation.

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