Amla in Brineby Femina Shiraz

Amla in Brineby Femina Shiraz
  • Amla in Brine | How To Make Amla in Brine (65 likes)

  • By Femina Shiraz|
    Last updated on Feb 23rd

How To Make Amla in Brine

Who doesn't love Pickles? Brine is similar to pickles, except that it is less spicy and less complicated. Yet, it is simple, very delicious and mouth watering. These amla bites are sure to tickle your taste buds and make you fall in love with them! Amla is one of the best known sources of Vitamin C

  • Prep Time0mins
  • Cook Time10mins
  • Serves10People

Ingredients to make Amla in Brine

  • Gooseberries (Amla) 25
  • Salt 2 tsp
  • Green chilis 5 (slit)
  • Vinegar 2 tbsp
  • Water 3 Cups

Steps to make Amla in Brine

  1. Wash the gooseberries.
  2. Make at least 4 shallow slits on each gooseberry.
  3. Boil water with salt.
  4. Add in the washed gooseberries and green chilis.
  5. Allow to boil for another 5 minutes.
  6. Switch the flame off and allow to cool.
  7. Once it cools completely, add in the vinegar.
  8. Store in air tight glass jars.
  9. Give atleast one day's time for the salt and chili flavors to get into the amlas.
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    Neetu sharm a month ago

    thnk dear

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    Femina Shiraz a month ago

    Hi Neetu, once the boiled water cools down completely, u have to add vinegar.

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    Femina Shiraz a month ago

    Hi Amina..better to store in glass bottles

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    Neetu sharm a month ago

    Hi Femina, boil water m hi vinegar dalna h ..?

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    amina faizal 2 months ago

    Hai,can v store this in plastic bottles?

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    Sonu 3 months ago

    Hi Femina , I tried your recipe of Amla brine . It's perfect . So easy , quick and healthy too . I've had two amlas since morning already :blush:. Saved this recipe and I'm sure to make it every season . That's for sharing . Not able to upload the picture .

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    Femina Shiraz 3 months ago

    Hi Sonu, as we are adding vinegar it should be good for a couple of weeks. Don't worry, it will get over soon once you try it :) Might be after 2 weeks, you can refrigerate it, to be on safer side. You can eat them as it is anytime, as it is totally guilt free, and healthy. You may have it with meals too. Note - If you are skeptical about using vinegar, you may omit it and prepare smaller batches and finish soon.

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    Sonu 3 months ago

    Hi Femina .. I have lot of amlas .. planning to try out your recipe . Jst one question .. wts it's shelf life and do we eat it as it is or it's a pickle ?

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    Femina Shiraz 3 months ago

    thank U all.. :)

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    Veena Kalia 3 months ago

    very nice and yummy

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    Rupa Dixit 3 months ago

    I like this recipe simple and easy and yummy

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    Femina Shiraz 3 months ago

    Hi Sonia, I used normal vinegar that we use for pickles. not apple cider..

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    Sonia Gaur 3 months ago

    Which vinegar should be used ?? Acv or any other ??

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    Femina Shiraz 3 months ago

    Thank u Vasantha.. :)

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    Vasantha Hanumantha Rao 3 months ago

    Yummy

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    Femina Shiraz 3 months ago

    Thank u Shiva and Usha.. :) yes, tasty n healthy too

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    Usha Kashyap 3 months ago

    It may testy and beneficial for health .

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    Shiva Pande 3 months ago

    Amazing recipe and lovely pictures... so pretty

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