Aam ka achaar is all we need to perk up our meals or use it in the absence of any sabzi. If you are ever out of achaar at home, you can make this raw ...
Mango Pickle Recipe: If you explore, you will find aam ka achar or aam ki chutney taste different in every household.
Pickling as a way of preserving foods has been part of India's varied culinary traditions throughout history, and mango pickles are a favourite.
Actress Sameera Reddy gave a peek into her mother-in-laws mouth-watering preparation on Instagram, and here's how you can make it too.
Mango Pickle: This instant achar recipe that includes both the modern and traditional process of pickling.
Achar Ka Masala: If you happen to have a special liking for this summer fruit and want to try it in different ways, experiment it in the form of pickles. Aam ka achar, or mango ...
Aam ka chunda is a liquid-y achar, available in every Gujarati household. It is basically a combination of grated mango and sugar and tangy spices.
A popular raw mango preparation that is enjoyed across India is the chunda - a summer pickle made from grated raw mango, spices, salt and sugar.
This recipe boasts of the rich flavours of raw mango and onion that get enhanced with the inclusion of spices like Kashmiri red chilli powder, mustard (rai) seeds, fenugreek (methi) seeds etc.
Aam ka achaar is one of the most loved pickles in India. Here's how you can make it at home!