Friday, July 15, 2011

PUNJABI MANGO PICKLE FOR ICC

This month Srivalli sent us the recipe of Punjabi Mango Pickle from Simran's Blog for ICC. It was really exciting for me because I don't make pickle so much. I always thought it is a process to make pickle and I assumed that I might not be so good like our grand moms or mom. But as soon as I saw this recipe, I was so excited to try it as soon as I could. It was very different. I am so used to the south Indian type of pickle. This one was a change for us.

Ingredients:

Raw Mangoes - 5 kgs
Mustard oil - 250 ml
Salt - 700 grams
Methi / Fenugreek seeds - 100 grams 
Kalonji / Nigella seeds - 50 grams 
Saunf / Fennel Seeds - 100 grams
Turmeric powder - 100 grams 
Whole Peppercorns - 50 grams 
Sugar - 2 tbsp 

But we got the quantity reduced by Srivalli which is below

Raw Mangoes - 1/2 kgs
Mustard oil - 50 ml
Salt - 70 grams
Methi / Fenugreek seeds - 10 grams 
Kalonji / Nigella seeds - 5 grams 
Saunf / Fennel Seeds - 10grams
Turmeric powder - 10grams 
Whole Peppercorns - 5grams 
Sugar - 1/2 tsp



Preparation:

Wash mangoes and cut into small cubes and dry it under sun for 2-3 hours. 
Keep creamic/glass bowl dry and ready.
In the bowl, add  all the following whole spices - kalonji, fenugreek seeds, pepper, salt, sugar, turmeric and mix well. 
Transfer it to another ceramic jar and keep in the sun for another day. 
Add mustard oil to cover the mangoes. 
The flavors are well brought out if it is left in the jar for about 15 days. 
Shake the jar everyday for 15 days. 


14 comments:

  1. Lovely picture dear. Looks very tasty!

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  2. lovely pickle, a different one too..pic is very tempting, shall try it soon !!

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  3. Wow, this looks so droolworthy! Srivalli has shared a great recipe and you have done a great job in propagating such a nice and tangy pickle recipe!

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  4. tongue tickling nice pic

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  5. Lovely pics...
    Thanks for dropping my blog and help me discover yours. Shall go through your archives some time later.

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  6. Thank for stopping by and leaving a few words of appreciation. Your picture says it all1 You sure seemed to have enjoyed making this pickle.

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  7. i like the prominent spices in the pickle...looks grt...

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  8. Anonymous10:50 AM

    delicious and yummy pickle

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  9. Yummy mango pickle.

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  10. slurrp...mouthwatering pickle!

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  11. your mango pickle looks yumm...so tempting
    you have a lovely blog.
    happy to follow you.

    Do check my space when time permits

    Binitha
    yourstastefully.blogspot.com

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  12. Lovely picture..the mangoes are so green!

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  13. Fab pic.Very tempting. First time here and glad to follow you. Please visit me as time permits.
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