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Friday, January 20, 2012

Lehsuni Gajar Ka Achaar

In winters vegetable markets and stores are full of colorful vibrant vegetables. One can very easily attracted to these while moving through the market.We can use these vegetables as raw, cooked or in pickle form. Today I'm going to share and quick and easy carrot pickle recipe which I learnt recently from my neighborhood aunt.


Ingredients


1 Bowl      Carrot(Pieces in lengthwise)
2 tsp          Fennel
1/2 tsp       Mustard
1/2 tsp       Red Chilly Powder
1/2 tsp       Kalonji
1/2tsp        Turmeric Powder
3   tsp        Fresh Garlic(green part)
As per taste     Salt
1   Tbsp       Mustard Oil




Method
In a mixing bowl combine carrot, mustard powder, red chilly powder, turmeric powder, kalonji, fennel,  chopped green garlic and salt. Mix very well. Now add mustard oil and some water. Pickle will be ready to eat  after two days.


Sending this over to Indrani@Recipe Junction 

22 comments:

  1. Quiet new to me !! looks colorful and delicious !!

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  2. Very colorful and delicious looking gajar ka achar. Wonderful recipe.

    Deepa
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  3. Looks so yummy can have them by itself.

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  4. I love this any time of the week..You are making me to have it now..

    Aarthi
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  5. Loved this pickle and the masalas you added..bookmarked!

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  6. good one :) shud we keep it in friedge after combining the ingredients?

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  7. Mouthwatering achar!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  8. @Raksha Yes you can keep it in fridge but not before 2-3 days,so that all the masala ingredients used for the pickle get absorbed.

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  9. Ye hui na baat!! The achaar looks colorful, flavorful and what not! :)

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  10. Have tasted this here in north Indian restaurants..they add all the veggies. Always wanted to try it at home. Thanks for the recipe. :)

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  11. Achar looks yummy, nice recipe, Thanks for sharing with my event, Deeksha

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  12. Slurp, super tempting achaar..

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  13. wow... fabulous recipe... very innovative....

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  14. love this pickle, looks so yummy n fingerlicking one..

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  15. Achaar looks colorful and mouthwatering..
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  16. very yummy achaar.. seasonal.. too good

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  17. Looks very tempting, thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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  18. I had been looking for this recipe.Thank you dear for ending my search.

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  19. Good one...worth trying.

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