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Amla Pickle


amla pickle


If you are thinking of a side dish that is tasty and is rich in vitamin C, then amla pickle should be a great choice.  Amla / gooseberry pickle can be used with, among others, dosa, roti, chapati and rice.  With the amla pickle recipe that follows, learn how to make amla pickle without using any preservatives.

Amla pickle is in the same line as the pickles that can be prepared and eaten instantly.


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1.
Gooseberry / amla about 10-12
2. Chilli powder 3-4 teaspoon
3. Mustard 1/2 teaspoon
4. Methi seeds 1/4 teaspoon
5. Turmeric 1/4 teaspoon
6. Salt to taste


Seasoning:


1.
Oil 2 teaspoon
2. Mustard 1/2 teaspoon
3. Hing 1 pinch




How to make Amla Pickle?


1.
Wash and dry the gooseberries / amla.
amla pickle s1
2.
Keep them in a bowl. amla pickle s2
3.
Add about one and half a cup of water to the pressure cooker.
amla pickle s3
4. Place the bowl inside the pressure cooker. amla pickle s4
5. Cover the pressure cooker with its lid.
6. Switch on the stove.
7. When the steam starts to come out, put the weight.
8. Wait for one whistle.  Then, switch off the stove.
9. When there is no pressure in the cooker, remove the bowl from it. Keep aside to cool. amla pickle s9
10. Gently touch a gooseberry.  If you can handle the heat in it, press the gooseberry between your fingers.  It breaks into pieces.  Remove the seed.  Repeat this procedure for the other berries. amla pickle s10
11. Dry fry mustard and methi seeds, each separately till they splutter. Keep aside to cool. amla pickle s11
12. Crush the fried mustard and methi seeds into a powder, using a stone or rolling pin.
13. Heat the oil in a wok over low heat.
14. When the oil becomes hot add mustard and hing.  When mustard starts to splutter, switch off the stove. Keep aside the seasoning to cool amla pickle s14
15. Mix the gooseberry pieces, chilli powder, mustard and methi powder, turmeric, seasoning and salt. Gooseberry pickle is ready. amla pickle s15

TIPS
Amla Pickle
1.
This amla pickle can be used as soon as you prepare it.
2.
You can store the gooseberry pickle up to a month in the refrigerator.


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