Yellow Mustard And Ginger Chutney

YELLOW MUSTARD AND GINGER CHUTNEY

Hello and welcome dear blog buddies to my corner again. Today I’m sharing a very tasty and unique recipe of yellow mustard chutney teamed up with ginger which is a quickie to make and pleasure to taste. I hope you will all like it. So let’s start it’s making—

Ingredients:

  1. Yellow mustard – 250 gms.
  2. Synthetic vinegar – 250 ml
  3. Salt – according to taste.
  4. Ginger – 1 tsp {grated}
  5. Dry red chilli soaked in vinegar – 3 in number.
  6. Mustard oil – 1 tsp.

STEPS

Step 1

Take a bowl and soak yellow mustard in the given amount in vinegar overnight.

Step 2

The next day, grind the mustard with the remaining ingredients that are salt, grated ginger, dry red chilly {also soaked in vinegar overnight].

Step 3

Finally, add some mustard oil into the bowl and the chutney is ready to be eaten in a jiffy.

Do try this recipe, an accompaniment to all kinds of chapatis, dosai, bread, paranthas, kachoris and what not. Share your comments and feedbacks and get your doubts cleared. Everybody have a gala, fun time and make joyous rhythms rhyme. Take care.

 

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Sweet Tangy Mango Pickle

SWEET TANGY MANGO PICKLE

Hello and welcome dear friends once again. Today I’m sharing with you all a very popular, tasty, slightly spicy and super fun recipe of Sweet Tangy Mango Pickle. It’s really a hit fit with children and liked by ladies as well. You can use it when you don’t have a ready curry dish with you and team it up with hot chapatis, paranthas, pooris. It really is awesome. So let’s start with it—

Ingredients:

  1. Raw mangoes – 500 gms.
  2. Sugar – 250 gms.
  3.  Salt – a pinch or according to taste.
  4. Red chili powder – 1 tsp.
  5. Cinnamon powder or roasted and powdered cumin powder – 1 tsp.
  6. Raisins – 50 gms.
  7. Vegetable Oil – to shallow fry.
  8. Water – 2 glasses or until a thick consistency is formed with sugar.

STEPS

Step 1

Take the raw mangoes, wash, dry, scrape them and cut them into medium-sized pieces.

Step 2

Shallow fry these mangoes till light brown but do not deep fry them or make them darkish browned.

Step 3

Now we will make our sugar syrup. For it, we will add the required amounts of sugar and water to a heavy bottomed pan and cook it on slow heat till a syrup of one-string consistency is formed.

Step 4

Now in the same pan of sugar syrup, we will add our fried mangoes, salt, red chilly powder, cinnamon or roasted cumin powder and cook it for a while. We can add some dry fruits like cashews, peanuts, and raisins though I prefer only the latter.

Finally the tasty, yummy, Sweet And Tangy Mango Pickle is ready to be eaten. It can be best had with paranthas, plain hot chapatis, kachoris, samosas and the world! It tastes dynamic and is a must have with kids and people having a sweet tooth.

Do try this simple recipe at home and enjoy the goodness of even raw mangoes. Write your feedback and get doubts cleared by me. Thank you. Enjoy while cooking and have a great weekend.

Sweet Tangy Raisin Pickle

SWEET-TANGY RAISIN PICKLE

Hello buddies. Hope you all are doing good. Today we’ll be trying our hands on a very special dish, the sweet-tangy raisin pickle. This recipe is a hot favourite of my kids. It’s an age-old recipe of my ancestral family. It is super tasty and super fun while preparing too. According to me, made from raisins, it has got just the right mix of ingredients and flavours to make it one of the best pickle recipes in the world. I bet you will like it too. So let’s start with its making—-

Ingredients:-

  1. Raisins – 250 gms.
  2. Salt – according to taste.
  3. Black salt – a pinch.
  4. Dry and roasted cumin powder – 1 tsp.
  5. Red chilli powder – 1 tsp.
  6. Vegetable oil – 1 tsp.
  7. Synthetic vinegar – 2 tbsp.
  8.   Roasted Indian five spice or paanchphoran powder – 1 tsp.
  9. Sugar – 1 tbsp.

STEPS

Step 1 

Wash and dry the raisins in fan and not sunlight.

Step 2 

In a bowl put the raisins and add salt, black salt, roasted cumin powder, roasted Indian five spice powder, red chilly powder, some vegetable oil and lastly vinegar and sugar syrup.

Step 3 

Mix everything well and store in a glass jar. It is ready to be used and should be consumed within 15 days.

Do try this recipe at home and share your feedback and comments. Clear any doubts if any. Thanks. This simple yet special pickle is a delicious treat for your pickle-buds. Enjoy it with chapatis, paranthas, bread and you will surely remember its taste as being “something different”. Have a great week friends. And happy pickling!!

Potato Pickle

POTATO PICKLE

Hi, friends welcome again. Earlier we made easy pickle recipes of vegetables and fruits like raw mango, jackfruit, cauliflower, green chillies. Now let us move further in the line and continue our quest by knowing about instant pickles which can be made in a hurry, are easy and handy to make and are delicious to taste. I regularly make these recipes in my kitchen and they are loved by all in my family. So let us start by knowing about a very tasty pickle recipe made with the housewives favourite veggie i.e, potato.

Ingredients:-

  1. Potatoes – 2 cups.
  2. Black Mustard or Rai – 1 tsp.
  3.  Salt – According to taste.
  4. Mustard Oil – 2 tsp.
  5. Red Chilli powder – 1 tsp.
  6. Hing powder – A pinch.
  7. Dry mango or Amchur Powder – A pinch.
  8. Synthetic Vinegar – 2 tsp.
  9. Black Salt – According to taste.

STEPS

Step 1 

Boil the potatoes, preferably big sized, remove the skin and cut them into bite-sized pieces.

Step 2

Grind the black mustard or rai to a powder.

Step 3 

In a bowl take the cut potatoes and to it add the salt, both kinds, chilly powder, dry mango powder, asafoetida powder, some mustard oil and lastly synthetic vinegar and give all a good stir.

The instant recipe is ready in an instant! We can now eat it as it is totally ready. But in summers it must be kept in the refrigerator or it can go bad. This pickle can be enjoyed with poori subzi, malpuas and many other dishes. So go ahead and make this recipe in your homes and enjoy its great taste in any season. Please share your comments and feedback regarding this recipe and clear doubts if any. Thanks. Have a great week, enjoy.

Onion Pickle

ONION PICKLE

Hi buddies. How are you all today? Today we’ll be making a tasty, regular veggie pickle from the most important veggie in our kitchens, i.e, onions. It’s a simple and super tasty recipe which can be paired best with chapatis, pooris, stuffed paranthas etc. Onion pickle is a very famous recipe of Bihar also. And it’s one of my most likable pickle recipes. I hope it will become yours too. So let’s start—-

Ingredients:-

  1. Small variety onions – 250 gms.
  2. Salt – According to taste.
  3. Turmeric powder – 1 tsp.
  4. Red chilly powder – 1 tsp.
  5. Yellow mustard powder – 1tsp.
  6. Roasted and powdered cumin -coriander powder – 2 tsp.
  7. Roasted and powdered Indian five-spice or Panchphoran powder – 1 tsp.
  8. Synthetic vinegar – 5 tbsp.
  9. Mustard oil – 1 tsp.

STEPS

Step 1 

Scrape, cut the ends and wash the onions.

Step 2 

Take a bowl and put onions in it and add the masalas namely salt, turmeric powder, red chilly powder, yellow mustard powder, roasted and powdered coriander-cumin powder, powdered five spice, synthetic vinegar, and some mustard oil. Give all a good mix and put in sunlight for ten days. A point to be noted here is that amount of vinegar is more than mustard oil as pickle gets cooked or pickled in vinegar and when it becomes softer it is ready.

Do try making this pickle at home. It is handy, tasty and very easy. I personally adore this pickle as it is an ideal item to pair with chapatis and bread and nothing else is needed with it if you are feeling like a lazy bone for the moment. I keep an extra bottle of this pickle ready in my cupboard and can’t do without it. I think its a very special-tasting and creative recipe which most of you will like. Share your comments and feedback and also get your queries solved. Thanks. Have a great time everybody. Till then, happy pickling!!!

Ginger,Yam And Green Chilly Pickle

GINGER, YAM AND GREEN CHILLY PICKLE

Hello friends. Today we’ll be making a very tasty pickle from ginger, yam and green chillies. This is a unique combination of a pickle with mild spices. It’s easy to prepare too. These ingredients are easily available and the taste is really great. I make it frequently in my kitchen and I hope you all will try it too. So let’s start with its making—

Ingredients:

  1. Ginger-50 gms
  2. Yam-250 gms
  3. Green chilly-100 gms
  4. Salt-According to taste
  5. Turmeric powder-1 tsp
  6. Red chilly powder-1 tsp
  7. Yellow mustard powder-2 tsp
  8. Achar masala-1 tbsp
  9. Hing-A pinch
  10. Mustard oil-1 tbsp
  11. Synthetic vinegar-1 tbsp
  12. Chaat masala-1 tsp

STEPS

Step 1

Firstly we will scrape ginger and yam and then along with green chillies, we will wash them all. We need to dry all the moisture from these cut veggies so we can let them dry in the fan. Next, we will grate our ginger and yam and cut the green chillies into very small pieces. Now in a borosil vessel, we will put our cut and grated ingredients, salt, turmeric powder, red chilly powder, asafoetida, yellow mustard powder,  achar masala, chaat masala, synthetic vinegar and stir them. Lastly, we will add mustard oil and give it all a good mix. We need to put this achar in sunlight for 3 days after which it gets ready to be eaten.

Our Ginger, Yam and Green Chilly Pickle is ready. Serve it with chapatis, pooris, naan curries and the like.

Friends do try this recipe at home and share your feedback and comments. Have a great week everyone. Till then healthy cooking, happy living.Thanks.Love you all.

Yam Pickle

YAM PICKLE

Hi friends. Today I’ll show you how to make a simple yet very tasty recipe of a pickle made from yam, a root vegetable of India. It’s a delicacy and sought after pickle recipe of my native place, Bihar. We are Maithili Brahmins and this recipe has its origin in our community. It’s as good a pickle as it is a vegetable. You can serve it with stuffed paranthas, chapatis, rice, dal, curries and the like. It tastes better than mango pickle too. So let’s start and know the process of making it—

Ingredients:-

  1. Yam – 250 gm
  2. Salt – According to taste
  3. Turmeric powder – 1 tsp
  4. Red chilly powder – 1 tbsp
  5. Yellow mustard powder – 2 tbsp
  6. Whole Five Spice or Panchphoran – 2 tsp
  7.  Roasted coriander-cumin powder – 2 tsp
  8. Black salt – 1 tsp
  9. Five Spice or panchphoran roasted and powdered – 1 tsp
  10. Asafoetida or Hing – A pinch
  11. Mustard oil – 1 tbsp
  12.  Vinegar – 3 tbsp

STEPS

Step 1

Scrape and wash yam and then cut it into small bite-sized pieces.

Step 2

After wiping the water from it add salt, turmeric powder, red chilly powder, yellow mustard powder, roasted coriander-cumin powder, whole Indian five spice or panchphoran, black salt, slight roasted and powdered five spice and asafoetida to it.

Step 3

Now mix it up and add mustard oil and mix again. Lastly, add some synthetic vinegar and give all a final mix. Now keep the pickle in a jar and keep it covered for 2 days after which put it in sunlight. It will be ready in 15 days.

Friends do try the recipe at home and share your feedback and comments. Also, ask your queries if any. Thanks. Have a great weekend. Till then healthy cooking, happy living. Enjoy the weekend!!!