Aam aur Chane ka Achaar


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The summers in Rajasthan are quite unbearable, but they have one saving grace - the mango season. Everyone looks forward to the yearly mango crop and housewives get busy blending the myriad spices needed for a whole year's supply of mango pickles. This recipe from the Marwar region is of a tongue tickling grated mango and chick pea pickle combined judiciously with whole and powdered spices. Like all oil pickles, this has a shelf life of upto one year but I am sure it will be eaten up much before that.

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Preparation Time: 24 hours.
Maturing Time: 6 to 7 days.
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Makes 2 cups.
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Ingredients

Method
  1. Combine the grated mango, turmeric powder and salt and leave aside for 30 minutes. Squeeze out all the mango water. Keep aside the raw mango water and grated mango separately.
  2. Soak the fenugreek seeds and Kabuli chana in the mango water overnight.
  3. Refrigerate the grated mango.
  4. Combine the fenugreek seed powder, fennel seeds, asafoetida, nigella seeds, whole red chillies, chilli powder and soaked Kabuli chana mixture along with the grated mango. Mix well.
  5. Heat the mustard oil. Cool it and add to the prepared mixture.
  6. Bottle the pickle in a sterilised glass jar.
  7. The pickle is ready to eat after 6 to 7 days.
  8. Store it a cool dry place for upto 1 year.
RECIPE SOURCE : Rajasthani CookbookBuy this cookbook
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Foodie #618511November 12, 2014

The time you put in for making it and resting it is totally worth the effort put into it.. It has a nice flavour of fennel seeds and negella seeds. Also the combination of raw mango and kabuli chana is unique..

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Reviewed November 12, 2014by Foodie #618511

The time you put in for making it and resting it is totally worth the effort put into it.. It has a nice flavour of fennel seeds and negella seeds. Also the combination of raw mango and kabuli chana is unique..

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