Friday, September 21, 2007

Fry Green chilli Achaar / Spicy Achaar of Mustard Seeds

Spicy Achaar……………
Ingredients:
100gm fresh long thick green chillies
1\2-tbsp turmeric powder
25gm crush mustard seeds
2-tbsp mustard oil
Salt to taste

Method:
Step 1: Wash the green chillies and dry towel to absorb all the moisture. Cut these chillies in to long slices.

Step 2: Take one-fourth of the total quantity of the chillies and grind these to a coarse paste.

Step 3: Grind the mustard seeds into the mixer. I use this ready made crush mustard seeds.

Step 4: Heat the oil till smoking and law the flame and add long cut chillies in it.

Step 5: Mix green chilli paste, salt, crush mustard seeds and turmeric powder in it. Mix well so that the chillies get coated with the oil and masalas.

Step 6: Turn off the flame and place in a serving plate.
Step 7: You also use as instant but you add one tbsp lemon juice for more taste.

This is my contribution for the event Think Spice…Think Mustard Seeds…..This beautiful events organized by Sunitas from sunitabhuyan.blogspot.com

Note:
If you like to store this dish for some times then..........
Take clean glass jars and place the achaar in the jar. Close the lid of the jar and shake the bottle gently. Leave in the sun for atleast 2-3 dyas till the chillies are just about tender. Care should be taken to take out the achaar for use only a little at a time.

39 comments:

Nags said...

lovely photorial and a very nice entry for the think spice event!

sra said...

What a lovely colour the chillies are, Kajal!

pria said...

That looks hot and yummy.

Shyam said...

Your chillies look so incredibly fresh and green! Do you remove the seeds from the chillies?

Sia said...

slurp... thats theeka and delicious pickle with curd rice... i have one big jar of chilli-mustard pickle in my pantry and i just love it:)

sunita said...

That's a lovely achaar indeed...thanks for sending it over :)

Asha said...

Excellent post for mustard Kajal. looks hot and spicy!:))

Happy cook said...

It is the first time i see a achaar with chillies like this.
It looks very nice.
Special recipe for the event

Rajitha said...

kajal...yummy! these look so good..so when they are kept in the sun..how many days can we use them?

bindiya said...

delicious ,want to have some right away!

Padma said...

Kajal I was looking out for recipe like this, I saw one at athika's curry house and nownow urs. That looks fabulous!

TheCooker said...

Lovely! How long does it stay if you store it in the fridge?

Sharmi said...

ooooooohhhhhh hot hot hot..... what a hot entry. simply chillicious!

bhags said...

oh its so hot.....the pics are so nice. I just yearn for some of it

Cynthia said...

I can just imagine how good this tastes.

Kajal said...

Hi Nags,

Thanks my dear for your wonderful words. Happy weekend :-)

Kajal said...

Hello Sra,

I am glad to see your comment here. Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kajal said...

Hi Pria,

Thank for your lovely words.
Enjoy your day with lots of fun :)))))

Kajal said...

Hello Shyam,

Yes, I remove the seeds from the chillies. Most of the seeds remove from the chillies when you cut into long four pieces. Thank you my dear for your nice words.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Sia,

Ohhhhhhh.........you have big jar of this pickle then send to me because I have only one dish and this one dish is finish my dear......:)))

Kajal said...

Hello Sunita,

Thank you my dear for your lovely words. Really I like your event.....Keep it up.:)))

Kajal said...

Hello Asha,

Thanks for your gorgeous words..............your words are miracle when I read your comment I feel it very nice. Thanks one more time.:)

Kajal said...

Hi Happy Cook,

This is very usual pickle in our home another recipe form chillies pickle I post before three month. Thanks for your great words.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Rajitha,

Thanks for your beautiful words. You kept Acchar jar in sun light for 4 days if sun light is fully occupied. When chillies become soft then you use it. you can use it one month and also you use more month but I have only one month experience not more.

Kajal said...

Hello Bindiya,

If possible then I definitely send this to you my dear. Thanks for your charming words.:-)

Kajal said...

Hi Padma,

Thanks for your excellent words. Have a nice day........with athika’s curry and my pickle.:)

Kajal said...

Hello Thecooker,

If you store in fridge then it is stay one month. Thank for your kind words.:))

Kajal said...
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Kajal said...

Hi Sharmi,

Yesssssssssssssss hotttttttttttt and spicyyyyyyyyy for you my dear....Thanks for your lovely words.......:-)

Kajal said...

Hello Bhags,

Oh if possible I complete your desire my dear.........Thanks for your cute and pretty words.:))

Kajal said...

Hi Cynthia,

Thanks my dear..........your lovely and charming words always give smile on my face.

Have a nice weekend.:))

Laavanya said...

One fiery lovely pickle that is Kajal. I remember the one we had when visiting Lucknow.. we bought both green and red chilli pickles.

Prema Sundar said...

Love the colour of the chillies Kajal. looks good.

Kajal said...

Hi Laavanya,
Ohhhhhhhhh…you also love chilli pickles my dear.....great.......My uncle also love this pickle and he always say with out chilli lunch is incomplete.

Thanks for your great words.:)

Kajal said...

Helloooooooooooo Prema Sundar,

Thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Have a nice day.:)

Vcuisine said...

A spicy one and great entry Kajal. Viji

Shella said...

Kaajal love your achaar. so very perfectly spicy to go with garam garam parathas. yumm

Kajal said...

Hello Viji,

Thanks my dear.:))

Kajal said...

Hello Shella,

Yes you make me hunger for gram gram parathas. It is tasty with any type of parthas.

Thank you and Have a good day.:)