The classic winter pickle that’ll make your simple bowl of Dal-Chawal exciting, and is the perfect companion for Paratha Dahi breakfast.
Ingredients used in Gobhi Shalgam Achar
include Gobi, Shalgam, Green Chilli, Gajar, Adrak, Mustard Oil, Turmeric, Mustard, Carom Seeds, Cumin, Red Chilli Powder, Fenugreek, Fennel Seeds, Nigella Seeds, Asafoetida, Coriander Powder, Aamchor, Lemon Juice, Black Salt, and Salt.
RECIPE: How we make the Gobhi Gajar Achar
Our Panchranga Pickle recipe uses 5 mixed vegetables: Gobhi (Cauliflower), Hari Mirch, Adrak, Gajar, Shalgam (Turnip), dipped in lemon juice.
- To start the pickling process, all vegetables are first washed and cut into pieces
- We then add Haldi, Namak and Lemon juice to the cut vegetable pieces and leave the mixture alone for 8-10 hours.
- The vegetables are then separated from the juice and masale are added, and mixed with the vegetables.
- After the spices are mixed, the mixture is left out in the sun for 5-6 days.
- Upon drying, the vegetables are immersed in mustard oil before being stored in glass jars / Martabaans.
We loved the pickle every lunch of ours is accompanied with this pickle now. It was perfect balance
I personally dnt like it
Feel less spicy and tasty
I dnt like it at all
It tastes fine but is not as per expectations we have set after tasting the onion one.
The vegetable pieces must be kept larger, otherwise their taste is lost in the masala and texture is not right. I realise that this may cause problem with small packs, but then I would suggest that such pickles be offered in larger containers or pouches in lots of at least 500 grams. Otherwise the vegetable pieces are too small in size.
It's a little different from the ones I used to buy in UP & Uttarkhand. Amount of vegetables is much less in your product and more of chopped green Chillies. Good as a side for Curd Rice. Need to improve.
1. It has smell of raw mustard.
2. It has to be sun-dried for few more days.
3. Don't be in hurry because of order pressure.
4. Bhagwan Mirch ka Achar is long in size and stuffed too and above all it's a delicate item, thus it should be shipped in a long bottle or rather bigger bottle than you use presently. Remember it's not aam ka achar which can be stuffed tightly in a small bottle.
4. Please reduce the amount of sourness by reducing the quantity of aamchur powder as Lal Mirch ka achar is traditionally not so much khatta.
5. Hope, you all will take my sincere Feedback in Positive spirit and will try to improve the Quality.
Wish you all the best.
We barely buy pickles, we use home made only, I bought pachranga from JhaJi expected usual extra sour taste with lots of lemons, but JhaJi proved me wrong, it is very delicious just like home made, perfectly blend taste, I will buy more in future and hope it will available in stores near us soon.
After so long I have tasted the pickle which is close to pickle my Mom used to make.Absolutely loved it.Keep making such homely pickles.
All your spices taste yummy and I have become your related customer now.