Neena Gupta shared a video that shows a courtyard that has been turned into a pickle-making arena
We Indians love our pickles and enjoy them as accompaniments with every meal. But is it a good idea to eat pickle everyday? We find out..
Pickling as a way of preserving foods has been part of India's varied culinary traditions throughout history, and mango pickles are a favourite.
Pickles are deep rooted in our culture and have the wonderful ability of taking us back in time.We put the spotlight on some of South India's best known pickles.
We all love the raw mango pickle that reminds us of our grandma's house. But have you ever tasted a strawberry pickle? Here's why it may be better than fresh strawberries this summer!
To Indians nothing is as dear and reassuring as a home-made pickle. But did you know that putting a wet spoon into a pickle bottle can ruin the pickle?
What we enjoy the most about pickle is the fact that it follows no strict recipe. Hence, you will find each type of achar recipe has multiple unique variations.
Instant Aam Ka Achaar: This instant achar recipe works as a saviour when we suddenly run out of achar just before our meal.
f you can forego that aam ka achaar or mixed vegetable achaar, you can try this non-oily, low-calorie green chilli pickle. Apart from the absence of oil, green chilli is extremely healthy for you.
In India I learned how to cook with true thrift: not to peel vegetables unless absolutely necessary and even then to do so sparingly.