Here in Brazil we get a variety of fresh red chillies. This pickle has become a regular feature at home.. The best part is it can be served immediately after making. I have to make a large quantity when I invite Indian friends as they love it and want to take some home too.
Red Chillies (fresh) ...... 15 - 20
Methi seeds ................ 1tsp
Cumin seeds ............... 1 tsp
Mustard seeds ............. 1 tsp
Asafoetida ................... abig pinch
Turmeric powder ....... 1/2 tsp
Salt ..................... to taste
Vinegar .............. 2 tbsp
Oil..................... 2-3 tbsp
1. Wash the red chillies and cut them into small pieces.
2. Grind the methi and cumin seeds coarsely.
3. Heat the oil in a saucepan. Add the asafoetida and mustard seeds. When they crackle, add the chillies, salt and saute them a little.
4. Now add the turmeric powder, salt and the crushed methi and cumin seeds. Add the vinegar and simmer for 2-3 minutes.
5. The pickle is ready to be consumed. I store it in the refrigerator but I guess it may stay good for a few days if kept outside
Spicy and super yum..love itReplyDelete
tounge tickling pickleReplyDelete
Wow .. colorful and inviting. Need to try this sometime. Thx for linking to the event.ReplyDelete
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Hmm this is really good. It's going to be spring here and time to plant this is the way I could preserve all the chili's thanks for sharing the recipe. Thanks for the visit.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Kim.So nice to have your own kitchen garden.. do share the feed back when you make it..Delete
very tempting pickle..awesome!!ReplyDelete
Never tried red chilli pickle. This looks so yummReplyDelete
Try it out dearDelete
Colorful and superyum.tempting snack.ReplyDelete
so so yummy n colorful pickle..ReplyDelete
Hmmm, that's really spicy. Looks super delicious. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)ReplyDelete
Colorful and Spicy pickle !! Thanks for linking to the event !!ReplyDelete
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Never knew pickle making can be this easy! Thanks for sending to the event!!ReplyDelete
very spicy and dashing look...ReplyDelete
Ha ha PT .. thanksDelete
Drooling at this awesome pickle.ReplyDelete
Thanks for liking NaynaDelete
I've had the green chilli pickle but never tried this.. Superb pickle Shobha :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks Nilu.. must make itDelete
Delicious pickle is it not too spicy.ReplyDelete
No Swathi.. not reallyDelete
first time am hearing a different kind of pickle....yummReplyDelete
Do make it sometimeDelete