RDP Monday: SALTY

Indian Pickles
“It’s not a bottle of pickle, it’s home packed in jar”  Jay

What is common between Life & Pickle?

“Life is like a pickle. Sour, spicy, salty, bitter, and sometimes sweet. All experiences combine to give a unique taste of this pickle called life. Salt adds up to the maturity to hold these experiences together and oil is the knowledge we earn from these experiences that help us groom ourselves”  Suruchi

Have you ever tasted Indian Pickles?

I am not exaggerating if I say, Indians are obsessed with pickles.

It’s a condiment predominantly salty. Varieties also include sweet and sour.

According to Usha Prabhakara’s USHA PICKLE DIGEST, there are thousands of pickles available in India.Her book covers 1000 recipes.

India’s ‘Pickle Queen’ Preserves Everything, Including the Past

If you have never tried, just visit any of the Indian restaurants or check with your Indian family friends.

They are Indian essentials and ideal for bread sandwiches.

A Brief History of Indian Pickles

Indian pickle is known as ‘Achar’, popular in the Indian subcontinent. It is made from varieties of vegetables and fruits preserved in brine, vinegar, or vegetable oils and its taste is enhanced by adding spices.

The common ingredients are limes, lemons, mangoes, and ginger. Salt is added as a preservative and these pickles are salty and spicy. Source-Wikipedia

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