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Ginger Pickle

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Ginger pickle/ Allam pachadi is a very popular spicy pickle from the Andhra cuisine. Ginger is widely used in Asian and Indian cuisine. It is prepared by peeling and crushing ginger and mixing with the tamarind pulp and seasoning with mustard seeds.sweet ginger pickle.

Japanese cuisine has evolved via centuries of social and economic modifications, and includes the regional and conventional foods of Japan. The standard delicacies of Japan are dependent on rice with miso soup along with other recipes, with a focus on seasonal ingredients.

 

The conventional Japanese meal includes rice (gohan), miso soup (miso shiru), pickled veggies (tsukemono) and fish or meat. Whilst rice is the staple... Read More..

About Recipe

Velluli, Ulipoondu, Rashun

How to make Ginger Pickle

(14 ratings)
74 reviews so far
Prep time
mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
25 mins
Ginger Pickle
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Garlic
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : December 26, 2016


Ingredients used in Ginger Pickle
• Hing - 1 pinch.
• Cumin seed - 1 teaspoons.
• Oil - 1 cup.
• Mustard seeds - 1 teaspoons.
• Curry leaves - 1 bunch.
• Dry chillies - 2 numbers.
• Garlic - 1/2 cup.
• Jaggery - 1 cup.
• Turmeric powder - 1 pinch.
• Salt - 3/4 cup.
• Chilli powder - 1 cup.
• Tamarind juice - 1 cup.
• Ginger - 1 cup.
• Urad dal - 1 teaspoons.
• Water - As needed 0.
Method:

1.Clean ginger and grate finely.
2.Cut Ginger into small pieces.
3.Take a pan add oil Fry gingernbsp; till they are light brown in colour.

4.Take another pan pour water add Tamarind into it cook it for 3 to 4 min once it is done keep it a side
5. Take blender add boild tamarind along with water,ginger,red chillie powder,salt,turmeric,jaggery,garlic and blend till it become a nice paste
6. For tempering take a pan add oil mustard seeds,cumin,dry chillies,hing,urad dal,curry leaves add this mixture to the blended ginger pickle.
7. Take a deep bottom pan and pour coconut oil.
8. Fry mustard, chilli, and curry leaves when it is seasoned properly pour tamarind juice. Add chilli powder and turmeric powder and let it boil in low flame.When it is boiled add fried ginger to that and boil for 5 more minutes.

9. Add jaggery powder and let it simmer for 5 more minutes.Take this out from flame and let it cool for sometime.Keep it in a fresh bottle.






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Japanese cuisine has evolved via centuries of social and economic modifications, and includes the regional and conventional foods of Japan. The standard delicacies of Japan are dependent on rice with miso soup along with other recipes, with a focus on seasonal ingredients.

 

The conventional Japanese meal includes rice (gohan), miso soup (miso shiru), pickled veggies (tsukemono) and fish or meat. Whilst rice is the staple food, various kinds of noodles (udon, soba and ramen) are low-cost and incredibly preferred for light meals.

 

Being an island nation, the Japanese take fantastic pleasure for their seafood. Fish is typical, generally barbequed, but additionally offered uncooked as sashimi or even in sushi. Seafood and veggies also are deep-fried in the mild batter as tempura.

 

Japan possesses a local type of desserts called wagashi consist of ingredients including red bean paste and also indigenous rice wine or shake. Numerous modern day desserts and sweets in Japan are also available.

 

Japanese delicacies consist of various cooking practices of Japan. Every area in Japan possesses its own traditions about cooking. Meals consumed in Japan also reflect the story of the cultural exchange among Japan along with other culture. Because the present times, the impact of the West influenced Japanese cooking traditions to create new recipes, many of which have grown to be preferred not merely within Japan but also outside. Nevertheless, the majority of the cooking practices of Japan generally believe that seasonality is essential.

 

 Japanese delicacies have recently turn out to be a lot more recognizable and valued all over the world.


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  • TMcL

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1:38 Lickable Pickle?!? lol.....in all seriousness though this must be a very ar...

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  • 54qe3

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pl z make something different enough pickles?

 
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  • italyf1facup

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lmao

 

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  • mohd995

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agree with you

 
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  • librano

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When you're away from home pickle is a little bit of home that you can bring...

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  • ccoulton

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Hi Sanjay, thank you so much for this recipe...i love andhra pickles and this on...


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  • DadiJaan14

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Isnt this a chutney rather thn a pickle!

 
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  • catsmew

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OMG thank you! I have been trying to get a good recipe for this! Please keep doi...

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  • mara235

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Hi Chef: Is that Chili powder as in Cayenne pepper or as in the Southwest Ameri...


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  • anjana shastry

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do we have to add coriander powder?

 
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  • 54qe3

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i think he post that

 
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  • hucky22

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SanJay is the Man

 

 


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