Grandma's Garlic Pickle | How to make Grandma's Garlic Pickle

By Jofy Abraham  |  16th Mar 2016  |  
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  • Grandma's Garlic Pickle, How to make Grandma's Garlic Pickle
Grandma's Garlic Pickleby Jofy Abraham
  • Prep Time

    15

    mins
  • Cook Time

    25

    mins
  • Serves

    10

    People

2457

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About Grandma's Garlic Pickle Recipe

This is our family favourite garlic pickle that my mom in law learned from her Grandma's kitchen. A mouth watering pickle with chunks of garlic that aids digestion.

Grandma's Garlic Pickle

Ingredients to make Grandma's Garlic Pickle

  • 250 gms garlic peeled
  • 100 gm tamarind
  • 60 ml of gingelly oil
  • 3 tspn chilli powder (or more to suit your taste buds )
  • A pinch of hing/asafoetida
  • 1 tbsp mustard seeds
  • water as required
  • salt to taste

How to make Grandma's Garlic Pickle

  1. Heat a pan with 2 tsp of oil. Add all the garlic. Roast them well until they turn golden brown in colour. Remove them to a plate and let it cool.
  2. Grind half of the roasted garlic into a coarse paste. Only one stir in the blender is enough.
  3. Add 1/2 cup water to the tamarind and make a thick tamarind extract.
  4. Heat the same pan with 50 ml of oil. Add mustard seeds. Once all of them splutter, add a pinch of asafoetida. Add the tamarind extract, allow it to boil on a medium flame until the oil separates.
  5. Now add the roasted garlic+roasted garlic paste to the tamarind gravy boiling in the pan. Give it a nice stir. Add the red chilli powder and required salt. Stir well.
  6. Allow the mixture to boil in low to medium flame for the next 15 minutes while stirring in between.
  7. Once done, turn it off and allow the pickle to cool. Transfer to a air tight jar. Serve it with curd rice and its heavenly :)
  8. Serve it with curd rice and its heavenly!

Reviews for Grandma's Garlic Pickle (27)

Kayalvizhi Suresha month ago

Check spelling before you post in tamil.dont spoiled my language
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Kayalvizhi Suresh
a month ago
Garlic pickle receipe nice.i will try and give you feedback

Sutha Mayuran2 months ago

Fantastic recipe. Thanks
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Yasmin Saiyed3 months ago

Very delicious
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senthil vanan7 months ago

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Malathi Fredericka year ago

Awesome taste and easy to make
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Saba Khana year ago

Wow its nice thnakyou sooo much fr giving a new style garlic pickle but tell me 1 thing why to put mustard seeds tamarind is enough to make it sour
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Shreedevinarayanan Shreedevivka year ago

Good recipes
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Nomita Tandona year ago

Can we make this using mustard oil
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Shreedevinarayanan Shreedevivk
a year ago
Yes you can

Sumathy Srinivasana year ago

Yummy
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Neelam Agrawala year ago

Can we replace gingelly oil with some other oil
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Shreedevinarayanan Shreedevivk
a year ago
Yes you can

Leena Singha year ago

very testy
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Mehak Chabriyaa year ago

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Vijaya Iyera year ago

Hi, Awesome recipe. Can you please share what is the shelf life of this pickle? Do we need to refrigerate it? Thanks.
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Shreedevinarayanan Shreedevivk
a year ago
Don’t refrigerate it it will be good for 6 month to one year. The amount of oil makes the difference. Oil standing on the pickle is good. It must be covered with oil then it will not spoil.

Aafreen Khana year ago

Yummy thank you must try it soon
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Surekha Kulkarnia year ago

mast
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Kusum Singha year ago

Thanku for nice garlic pickle
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Shivani Erichedu2 years ago

What is the shelf life
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mohammad subhan2 years ago

how many days we can restore it
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Sonia khan2 years ago

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Shweta Saini2 years ago

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Seema Nayak2 years ago

Wow mouth watering..I will try.
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Shoba Bharathraj2 years ago

tempting pickle
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Hemalatha Sathyanarayanan2 years ago

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Akarshita prasad2 years ago

looks so delicious..i love garlic achar with dal chawal. Would try your recipe soon.
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Shweta Srivastava3 years ago

looks amazing! i guess we can substitute it with mustard oil?
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Sweta Goenka Tekriwal3 years ago

what is gingelly oil?
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roshita bhat3 years ago

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