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Mar 9, 2013

Gooseberry/nellikai/awla pickle recipe

         I am not a big fan of pickles.But I do love to make instant ones with raw mangoes or gooseberries/amla or even some vegetables.I had once tasted with carrots at my friend's place at Aurangabad. I had noted down the recipe and promptly kept with my other recipe books. I had got some gooseberries recently and was looking for a recipe when I remembered this carrot pickle recipe. I found it hidden in my recipe book. I followed the same for the gooseberries. It was quite good and went very well with chapatis , khichdi ,curd rice etc. The good thing is you can add very little oil, but of course , you cant store it more than a week. I will be trying with carrots soon.
      I also found a similar recipe at Jeyashri's space too.

Other pickle recipes here-
* Nellikai thokku
*Onion thokku
*Orange pickle
gooseberry pickle recipe

Ingredients-
Nellikai/gooseberries/awla- 5 to 6 nos.
Green chillies- 1 chopped fine
Ginger- 1 small pieces chopped fine
Mustard seeds- 1tsp
Methi/fenugreek  seeds-1tsp
Sesame oil-1tbsp
Curry leaves- 3-4 leafs pinched to small bits
Salt - 1tsp
Turmeric powder- 1/2tsp
Red chilly powder- 1tsp
amla/nellikai pickle
Method-
       Boil the berries in water for around 10 minutes. The skin peels off and cracks a bit. Drain the water. Peel off the remaining skin. Chop into small pieces and place in a big bowl. Add the ginger bits and green chillies.
      Grind the mustard seeds and fenugreek seeds into a coarse powder. Heat oil in a small kadai. Add the coarse mustard fenugreek powder.Then add the curry leaves. Next add salt, turmeric powder and red chilly powder. Heat for around 1-2 minutes.
       Add this oil mixture to the awla- ginger mixture. Mix everything  until well combined.
 Store in refrigerator.It may stay good for around 4-7 days.

16 comments:

Priti S said...

Yum ..love this one ...looks and nice pics dear

Ms.Chitchat said...

Nice variation of the amla pickle.

Ms.Chitchat said...

Nice variation of the amla pickle.

Jeyashrisuresh said...

Super tempting pickle

Aruna Manikandan said...

simple and delicious pickle :)

Finla said...

I don't remember the last time i had gooseberry pickels how i wish i had these.

Maayeka said...

Healthy and delicious..my favourite pickle.loved your version

Vikis Kitchen said...

Amla pickle looks very nice dear. Yummy!

Priya Suresh said...

Wish i get this much super fresh amlas here..Tongue tickling pickle.

prathibha Garre said...

love this pickle..nice 2 eat with curd rice

divya said...

Gorgeous presentation, dear...looks so tempting!

notyet100 said...

Umm scrumptious,..any replacement for sesame oil,..can I use normal cooking oil,.?

Indian Cooking with Gangnam Style...!!! said...

I love pickle and this looks amazing.. thanks for sharing. hope u like my recipes too.

Namita Tiwari said...

Hi Sowmya, We have an amla tree in our house. During fruiting season it is full of amlas. I was always on a lookout for the recipe of amla pickle. Your recipe looks great. Will try out this time. Thanks!

Jayashree said...

This is quite different from the amla pickle I am used to. The addition of ginger to the pickle must have kicked the taste up a notch.

Jay said...

lovely presentation...great flavors..
Tasty Appetite

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