Pickle is an intrinsic part of Indian cuisine and is very important. One essential part of an Indian thali will be missing without any one of the Indian pickles on one side. In most famous thalis, you’ll find pickles such as Andhra thali, Gujarati thali, Rajasthani thali or Maharashtrian thali etc. In many Indian homes, it’s a tradition during summers to prepare pickle in adequate quantities to last for at least a year.
Each family has its own recipe that suits its taste buds. Pickles can be both sweet and sour, and spicy. Each state in India has its own variation of pickle making.
Here are few listed collection of Indian Pickles
1. Mango Pickle
This Authentic Punjabi Mango Pickle is an heirloom recipe for our family and is very good with robust flavours. Mango Pickle or Aam ka Achar is a salty, sweet, and tasty.
2. Lemon Pickle
Spiced and a tangy lemon pickle with 4 ingredients which is super simple to produce. This is not an instant lemon pickle recipe and it requires some sunlight and a couple of days, but the method is fast and very simple.
3. Amla Pickle Recipe
Spicy and tasty amla avakaya recipe in Andhra style. This vegan pickle is made of Indian gooseberries which are also referred to in Hindi as amla. It is a sweet pickle with the sour taste of amla mixing with the mustard seeds’ rustic flavours, and sesame oil.
4. Red Chilli Pickle
The stuffed red chilli pickle in a Banarsi style. The red chilli pickle ka achar aka lal mirch tastes amazing. You can have it with rice or chapatis or parathas or with any Indian meal.
5. Green Chilli Pickle
This chili pickle has moistened mustard seeds, turmeric and lemon juice that gives a great color, aroma and taste, not to mention the presence of green chilies.
6. Naranga Achar
It is a tangy, spicy pickle in the Kerala style made from lemons, sesame oil, spices and herbs. It’s instant and fast to make, but you have to wait a few days to serve.
7. Gobi Gajar Shalgam Achar
This is a special winter Punjabi sweet and sour pickle made with cauliflower, carrots, and turnips. Crunchy cauliflower, carrots and turnips are what you get in this pickle at a hot, sweet and tangy base. It is one of the most common Indian pickles you’d find during winters.
8. Kerala MangoPickle
The pickle is made of raw, unrepeated mangoes, mustard seeds, curry leaves and some spices. The best part of this recipe for pickles is that they can be made in less than 15 minutes. This pickle will last for 2-3 days, at room temperature. After that place it in the refrigerator and it will last a week longer. Since day one, you can hold in the fridge too.
9. Andhra Avakaya
Avakaya mango or hadkaya pickle is a spicy, robust Andhra cuisine pickle. Andhra cuisine is renowned for its spicy as well as tasty recipes. The recipe yields approximately 2 kg of pickle and this can easily last 6 months to a year. If you want, you can halve the recipe too.
10. Karela Pickle Recipe
A fast and simple bitter gourd pickle, cooked with vinegar and spices on top of the stove. Whether you like a bitter gourd or a bitter, melon you ‘re going to like this pickle for sure too.
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