There are so many Chutney Pickle Jam, which we can eat with all type of Parathas and Rotis and they all are different in taste. You can make the different type of Chutney Pickle Jam to eat daily like chutney, jam and jelly, pickle, murabba, gooseberry jam, plum chutney, lime pickle, tomato and eggplant chutney, spicy strawberry-citrus chutney, and so many things. We can store the pickle, jam, and jelly for a long time, we can also store the chutney, but not for a long time. Here we also mention the all required ingredients, number of quantity, and process to make to that entire thing.
Amra is a sour fruit used in making Chutney or pickle and is available in the market during the summer season. To increase the shelf life of the pickle, pour oil in the container enough to submerge the pickle.
Lemon pickle can be prepared with numerous styles. This lemon-jaggery pickle can be stored for more than 2 years. Allow it to cool completely and the store it in an air tight container and eat whenever you want.
Marmalade made with capsicum is as good as it looks. Serve it with burger, chips or serve them with parantha in kid’s tiffin. They will love eating it.
This chutney is very nutritious when eaten during meals everyday. It improves stomach digestion and removes iron deficiency in the blood.
Mango Heeng Pickle can be made in 2 ways: Sour Mango Heeng pickle and Mango Sweet and Sour Pickle with Heeng. This pickle is not the type to get spoilt fast.
When you eat pickle with any meal then it increases the sensitivity of our taste buds. Pickle prepared in this way can be stored up to 15-20 days. If you want to increase its shelf life then soak the pickle in lemon juice or mustard oil and enjoy.
You must have definitely tried Besan ke Gatte ki sabzi, Besan ke Gatte ka Pulao. To make the pickle last for a year, it should be submerged in oil throughout.
Sweet tamarind chutney cannot be prepared instantly but this sweet chutney prepared with mango powder can be prepared very easily and instantly.
Eating Dosa, Idli, Sambhar Vada if coconut chutney is missing then the taste seems incomplete. Place delicious Coconut Chutney on the table and have with your favourite food.
Carrot Murabba act as a cooling agent for the body when taken on regular basis in summers. Store the Carrot Murabba in an air-tught container and eat it whenever you like.
This chutney taste so good that if you will prepare it once you would love to make it again and again. Curry leaf chutney can be served with idli, dosa, vada or pakora.
Radish/Mullangi Chutney prepared in South India has its own distinct aroma and flavour, it is eaten with Idli, Dosa or rice. Take out chutney in a bowl then serve with Idli, Dosa or rice and eat...!!
Strawberry is full of vitamins, potassium, calcium and phosphorus which are essential for healthy life. Eat strawberry jam with bread, parantha or use for making ice cream or shakes.
Apple murabba is very nutritious and full of minerals and vitamins which are really soothing. Apples should be soaked in syrup completely to have a longer shelf life.
Bitter gourd Pickle can be made in either way: Stuffed bitter gourd or bitter gourd cut into pieces. This pickle can be eaten for 15-20 days. To increase its shelf life keep the pickle in the fridge or add mustard oil enough to submerge the pickle.
Besan chutney prepared with sour curd and gram flour with tadka of desi spices is often served with fafda but this chutney can also be served with idli or dosa.
One should include antioxidant flax seeds in thier daily diet as these are full of proteins, fibre, vitamin B1, minerals and important fatty acids like Omega - 3, Omega - 6.
You like chutney's then you will definitely like Guava Chutney very much. Serve delicious Guava Chutney with hot meals and enjoy.
We eat some pickle it increases our taste as well as hunger and if you have various pickles at home then its so much better. You can take out some Karonda Pickle and have it whenever you feel like up to 1 year.
Chutney can be prepared with raw mango khatai or curd and it taste delicious. Consumed in northern Indian with samosa, kachori or meals.