Thursday, September 19, 2013

Pedda Usirikaya Pachadi | Pickled Amla | Nellikkai Thuvaiyal

Pickles are the durable than chutneys. The pickle I'm sharing with you today is one of those ones, that can be stored & used refrigerated for months. You can enjoy it the same way or add a little fresh tempering /seasoning before serving for a fresh feel. 
There are many ways of making amla pickle, but this one is the healthier way of making it. 



Ingredients
1 Cup chopped amla
1 Tbs. mustard seeds 
1 Tbs. jeera
1 Tsp. methi seeds 
3 Red chilis 
3 Green chili's ( Adjust acc. to taste) 
Less than 1/2 tsp. of turmeric
1 Tsp. asafoetida / hing
2 Tbs. Oil
1/4 Cup cilantro leaves 
Salt



- Heat a pan with oil. Add mustard, methi & jeera to it. 
- Later add the red chilis to pan. Once the mustard starts jumping add hing & turmeric to pan & switch off heat. 



- Allow the seasoning to cool before you grind. 
- Coarse grind the seasoning & to the blender add green chili's, cilantro & salt. Adjust the taste & the pickle is ready to serve.


Serve with rice & a little ghee.


16 comments:

  1. very very interesting recipe..pickled amla looks super tempting dear :) love you captures !!

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  2. Never made this instant version. Good one.

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  3. That is one yummy looking pachadi.. Lovely clicks.

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  4. Tasty and tangy pickles and also healthy.

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  5. tangy and lip smacking pickle!!! would love to enjoy this with curd rice!!

    Sowmya

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  6. I was expecting the fruit as such, this is quite nice..very nice pictures..

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  7. Omg, just mouthwatering here, can have it with anything..

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  8. We prepare this a bit differently.We have a gooseberry tree and ready to harvest the produce. Will surely try this version:)

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  9. I am a big fan of pickle, esp amla...Can have it with anything and everything! You have a very tempting pickle here...

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  10. This is such an intersting recipe...never made amle pickle this way!

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  11. Sreevalli, I tried this recipe and it came out great! I used steamed amlas to make the work easy and it got over very quickly...thanks for sharing this recipe :-)

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  12. Looks yum. Theere are amals in the market now so this one is done immediately. :D

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