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Showing posts with label Pickle. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Pickle. Show all posts

Monday, 17 July 2017

Naarthangai Oorgai/Citron Pickle/Naarthangai Pickle

Hello friends,

            Today, I am going to share my mom’s special Naarthangi Oorgai. My mom makes two different types of naarthangai oorgai, one is the dried version with just salt and another with chilli powder. The dried version of Naarthangai oogai is usually given if someone is down with fever or stomach ache.  Here I am going to share the spicy version of Naarthangai Oorgai.  I will soon post the dried version of Naarthangai oorgai in the coming post. Meanwhile do check out other interesting pickle varieties here. Also check out interesting Citron Rice/Naarthangai Rice here.

Here’s how to make Naarthangai Oorgai with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 17 February 2016

Mango Pickle/Maangai Oorgai

Today I am going to share a delightful, lip smacking and tempting mango pickle. This mango pickle is mom’s recipe and she makes it every year for the whole family. The mangoes I used are from my mom’s back yard; they are extremely sour and are perfect for pickles. Try this fool proof mango pickle recipe and enjoy.

Here’s how to make Mango Pickle with step by step photos…

Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Nellikkai Thokku/AruNellikkai Thokku/Amla Pickle/Gooseberry Pickle –TamilNadu Special

Aru Nellikkai is another variety of Gooseberry/Amla/Nellikkai, which is smaller in size and star shaped fruit. Nellikkai is called as Gooseberry in English and Amla in Hindi. We all know it is rich in Vitamin C, iron and helps in purifying the blood. They help in expelling the toxins from our body and improve the defence mechanism. Amla/Nellikkai in powdered form is a great remedy for hyper acidity and ulcer. Now coming to the recipe, today I am going to share Nellikkai Thokku, my mom’s recipe. We have AruNellikkai tree in our house which bore loads and loads of Nellikkai starting from the trunk to the top most part of the tree. We plucked lots of them and I made big batches of thokku and shared it with our relatives. This thokku tastes extraordinary and when paired with curd/yogurt rice it taste heavenly.

Here’s how to make Nellikkai Thokku with step by step photos…

Friday, 22 November 2013

Instant Green chilli pickle

This instant green chilli pickle is very quick and easy one to make. You can choose a very spicy chilli or a very mild one of your choice. The original recipe uses the Bhavangari chillies which are long thick green chillies, but I used the bhaji chillies the big and light green ones. You can also choose the small green chillies which we use in our everyday cooking.

Here’s how to make Instant Green Chilli Pickle with step by step photos…

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