Kokam / Amsul Kadhi (Coconut / Mangosteen)


This is very traditional dish from my native place – Konkan. You will find many dishes on my blog are from konkan. It is very tangy and spicy full of coconut juice.  This kokam kadhi is served generally with mutton/chicken dishes. Try it and let me know.

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  1. Grated Coconut (Naral) – 1 full
  2. Green Chillies (Mirchi) – 2-3
  3. Coriander Leaves (Kothimbeer) – 3 tbsps (finely chopped)
  4. Garlic Cloves (Lasun) – 2-3
  5. Mangosteen (Kokam/Amsul) – 5-6
  6. Salt to taste

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  1. Grind coconut, green chillies, coriander leaves and garlic cloves together.
  2. Now, take the whole juice out of this coconut and throw away the remainings.
  3. Take it in a serving bowl and add mangosteen, salt and mix well. (After adding rub mangosteen a bit)
  4. Serve with rice.


  1. You can change the quantity of chilli and salt as per your taste.
  2. Add water and take out the juice completely.
  3. At the end dry coconut powder will remain which has no taste at all.

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