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Mar 1, 2024

Traditional Indian pickles you should try at least once

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Aam ka Achaar

This quintessential Indian pickle features raw mangoes pickled in mustard oil, spices, and fenugreek. The tangy and spicy flavours vary depending on the region, offering a delightful range to explore.

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Lemon Pickle

Tangy and aromatic, lemon pickle is made with sliced lemons preserved in mustard oil, salt, and spices.

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Garlic Pickle

Garlic cloves are pickled in mustard oil with spices like fenugreek and red chili powder, resulting in a pungent and flavorful condiment.

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Mixed Vegetable Pickle

A colorful and vibrant option, mixed vegetable pickle combines vegetables like carrots, and green chilies, pickled together in mustard oil and spices.

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Mango Ginger Pickle

Combining the sweetness of mangoes with the zing of ginger, this pickle offers a unique and flavourful experience. Perfect for those who enjoy a touch of sweetness in their pickles.

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Nellikai Pickle

This tangy and slightly bitter pickle is made with amla and offers a good dose of Vitamin C. It's known for its unique flavour profile.

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Bhoot Jolokia Pickle

This fiery pickle, made with the notoriously hot "ghost pepper" (bhut jolokia), is not for the faint of heart. Be prepared for an intense heat experience.

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Brinjal Pickle

Eggplants (brinjal) are pickled with mustard oil, fenugreek, and spices, creating a tangy and slightly smoky flavoured pickle.

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