Indian Gooseberry Pickle (Amle Ka Achaar) | How to make Indian Gooseberry Pickle (Amle Ka Achaar)

By Ruksar Khan  |  20th Dec 2016  |  
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Indian Gooseberry Pickle (Amle Ka Achaar)by Ruksar Khan
  • Prep Time

    30

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  • Cook Time

    60

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  • Serves

    10

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About Indian Gooseberry Pickle (Amle Ka Achaar) Recipe

Amla in desi pickle masala.

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Indian Gooseberry Pickle (Amle Ka Achaar)

Ingredients to make Indian Gooseberry Pickle (Amle Ka Achaar)

  • indian gooseberry 2kg
  • mustard oil 1 1/2 ltr
  • Red chillies 12-14
  • cumin seeds 3-4 tsp
  • Ajwain seeds 2-3 tsp
  • kalonji 2 tsp
  • mustard seeds 3-4 tsp
  • methi seeds 2-3tspn
  • coriander seeds 2-3 tsp
  • garlic 2-3 pods
  • red chilly powder as per taste

How to make Indian Gooseberry Pickle (Amle Ka Achaar)

  1. Make a slit from 4 sides on the Indian gooseberry and boil it in a wok til its done. Do not over boil it. Separate the amla pieces according to the slits made. It will break into 4-5 pieces. Then keep it in a big thal to dry. Dry it only till the water in it gets dried.
  2. Now boil some oil and add it to the gooseberry and keep it in a bottle and keep it in in sun for a day.
  3. Now, roast all the masalas separately. Do not over roast.
  4. Grind all the masalas, now mix everything properly along with the salt. Adjust the salt and red chilly powder as per the colour and taste.
  5. Now pour it in a jar and keep it at a place where it gets heat.
  6. Enjoy with rotis and rice

My Tip:

Do not over roast the masalas. Be careful that the Indian gooseberry doent gets ovrdried.

Reviews for Indian Gooseberry Pickle (Amle Ka Achaar) (1)

aliza singh2 years ago

i love this!
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