There are only a few things that are exclusive to Indian cuisine but are popular across the globe. Achaar (or pickle) sprang up first in your mind, right? This insanely famous side dish is actually at the core of our food culture, omnipresent in all Indian households. And, you won't find just one, or two, but a range of achaar varieties to choose from. Imagine how many kinds of pickles there must be all over the country! Picking one of the several ones, here we will see how to make Andhra-special adrak ka achaar.
Ginger, with its pungent taste and many health benefits, is an ideal addition to any meal. This spice (which is actually a herb) is renowned world-over for its immunity-boosting properties as it is high in antioxidant content. The gingerol compound in it provides antibacterial properties, which may help us keep in good health. Ginger is also known to aid digestion and may successfully abate the symptoms of acidity, constipation, inflammation etc.
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'Pickle-ised' ginger is even better in taste and is the perfect accompaniment for Indian meals. This Andhra adrak ka achaar highlights and celebrates the flavour of ginger, and elevates it with other spices of asafoetida (hing) and chilli powder. Salt and sugar adds contrasting but complementing flavours, and lemon juice adds a wave of tarty freshness. Another reason to try this pickle recipe is that it is impressively easy to make with just 6 common kitchen foods.
Here's the step-by-step recipe of Andhra adrak ka achaar:
Go through the recipe and you'll believe us when we tell you how simple and easy-to-follow this recipe is. In just two steps, you can make a delicious achaar for your family that you can store and keep relishing for a long, long time. This is the feature of pickle that makes it worthy of all its national and international fame. Pickles can be stored at room temperature or in fridge for not just months, but years. So, one-time effort is really worth it all.
Try this easy recipe of Andhra adrak ka achaar and let us know how you like it in the comments section below.
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