Monday, June 11, 2007

Green Chilli Pickle


Ingredients:

Green Chillies - 1/2 kg
Lemons - 10 no.
(take the juice, keep aside)

Mustard seeds - 1/4 th cup
Salt - 1 & 1/2 cups

Asafoetida - 1/4 th tsp
Fenugreek seeds - 3 tsp

Turmeric powder - 4 tsp

Rice Bran Oil - 2 cups

Proceed:

Fry Asafoetida and fenugreek and grind in the grinder with salt and mustard seeds. Cut chillies in small pieces. Mix them well with the ground masala. Pour the lemon juice over the chillies. Fill them in the jar. Heat oil. When cold, add to the pickle. Cover and leave aside.

Serve with Parathas.

Tip:

Use Rice Bran Oil it tastes good and brings out natural flavor from spices and chillies. I use it for making Aloo Kurma too. Do try and see the difference.

© 2007 by Rajani Rayudu

18 comments:

Vcuisine said...

Mmm... Spicy side dish. Feel like eating now itself. Very nice Rajani. Viji

Rajani said...

Hi Viji,
Thanks. Do try it. It's simple and yummy.

cheers
rajani

Sharmi said...

ohh looks hot and spicy!! In Andhra my MIL makes red chilli pickles. You always remind me of her in all your posts.

anusharaji said...

rajani
can i do this with any sort of chilies
i luv the spice combination.
i bet this is more than tasty
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Richa said...

wow! that sounds so spicy and tasty, just right to make any meal yum :)

Rajani said...

Hi sharmi,
Thanks! it tastes great with roti's and parathas. Which part of Andhra is she from Sharmi?

Hi Anusha,
It's good to try in small amounts. If u like the taste of the chillies, I would say go for it. Probably medium hot chillies works well. More milder u won't get that zing in taste. Hope, I cleared your doubt!

Hi Richa,
We finished it off with in few days. Personally I prefer for parathas!

cheers
rajani

Madhu said...

Hi Rajani,
First time here, Love eating green chillis as pickles and your pics is great. Thanks for the recipe.
Btw loved the theme colours of you blog.

Asha said...

I love green chillies pickles too.I used to make Vinegary pickle.Looks great Rajani:))

Meena Kandlakuti said...

Hi Rajani!

this pickle sounds spicy and great. I never prepared this pickel . Thanks for shraing. I shall try out once.

VINI said...

Love the presentation...awesome picture. I'll give it a try soon.

Rajani said...

Hi Madhu,
Welcome to my blog. Do try the pickle. I am glad u like my blog colors. Thanks for your comment.

Hi Asha,
Thank u.

Hi Meena,
It tastes great. It is not hard to do, can be done in a jiffy. Let me know the results. Thanks.

Hi Vini,
Do try and let me know. Thank u for your valuable comments.

cheers
rajani

dis is gopi said...

hai rajani ,
in this receipe do not use lime u will not get the green chilli taste.it prsersves for a long time but u cannot get taht spice out of it

Rajani said...

Hi Gopi,
I like my pickle to be sour and spicy.

cheers
rajani

Anonymous said...

Hello Rajani
I like your green chilli pickle.I like to eat pickles every day
In this pickle you gave Asafoetida - 1/4th cup.It is too much amount I think.
lakshmi.

Rajani said...

Hi Lakshmi.
I have changed the amount of hing as u mentioned. Thanks for clarifying.

cheers
rajani

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Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi John,

Thanks for visiting.............

cheers
rajani

Auroanamika said...

hi...i bought half a kg of green chillies...wanted to make this pickle..thank u so much i think i wl try and make it today or tomorw..btw i hv shared ur link on my fb wall...love ur writing..shall come and read one by one when i find time as u hv posted lots and lots..thank u so much...god bless...