Sunday, August 26, 2012

Garlic-Bird's Eye Chilli Pickle


You can check the health benefits of Bird’s Eye Chilli here
Ingredients
Indian Garlic whole peeled: 4 cups
Bird’s Eye Chilli/Kanthari Mulak (whole): 2 cups
Kashmiri Chilli Powder: 4-5 tbsp. (as per tolerance)
Asafetida: 1 ½ tbsp
Mustard Powder: 1tbsp (dry roast mustard seeds and powder it)
Fenugreek seeds: ¼ tsp
Mustard Seeds: few
Curry leaves: few
Coconut/refined oil: ¼ cup
Vinegar: 2 cups
Salt: required
Method Of Preparation
Heat oil in a pan and splutter mustard seeds and fenu greek seeds. Then add curry leaves to it.
Put the flame in very low and add chilli powder, asafetida powder and mustard powder to it. Stir well and switch off the flame.
Let it cool a bit and add garlic and bird’s eye chilli to it. Add salt and stir well.
Then add vinegar to it. (You can adjust the quantity of pickle according to your desired consistency of the pickle.)
Stir well and when cooled well store in an air tight bottle.


18 comments:

tamilsasikitchen said...

Hot picKle....Nice one for sambar or curd rice....

Hema said...

Nice and spicy..

Priyas Feast said...

Luvly name of the dish..wish i cud grab some from the picture.. :)

Jay said...

wow...just wonderful..:)
Tasty Appetite

Torviewtoronto said...

looks fabulous

Angie's Recipes said...

mm...spicy and appetizing!

Beena.stephy said...

Spicy pickle looks delicious

Kavi Foodomania said...

very interesting recipe here Faseela!

Sebeena Loyd said...

looks fab

Suja Manoj said...

Mouthwatering and spicy pickle,yum

PT said...

looks very spicy :)

Shanthi said...

Looks tempting and super inviting.

Mélange said...

Mouthwatering recipe..I feel it here..

Amy said...

wow!!I know it is hot,but love to grab one...

Chitra said...

Interesting new to me.. looks mouthwatering..

Cardamom Hills said...

now that is something I have to try....looks super hot n spicy :) Back after a long break...lots to catch up....in process...wil be back very soon :)

Julie said...

wow..adipoli pickle,yumm!!

Rosh said...

Awesome...looks so spicy! Yumm!