Gajar Shalgam Ka Paani Wala Achar Recipe - Carrot And Turnip Pickle
Gajar Shalgam Ka Paani Wala Achar is an authentic recipe of an instant pickle made in a jiffy with fresh winter produce like Turnip and Carrots. Serve with your winter meals and enjoy.
Gajar Shalgam Ka Paani Wala Achar is an authentic pickle recipe made in a jiffy with fresh winter produce like Turnip and Carrots that brings out some amazing flavours to enhance your winter meals. This instant pickle needs to be well marinated for 2-3 days before it can be served. After which it holds good in the fridge for a good week or two.
If you like this recipe, you can also try other Achar recipes such as
- 4 Turnips , peeled & cut in thick slices
- 2 Carrots (Gajjar) , peeled & cut in thick slices
- 1-1/2 cups Water
- 2 tablespoons Vinegar
- 1 teaspoon Mustard seeds
- 1 tablespoon Fennel seeds (Saunf)
- 1 teaspoon Cumin seeds (Jeera)
- 1 teaspoon Methi Seeds (Fenugreek Seeds) , optional
- Salt , as needed
How to make Gajar Shalgam Ka Paani Wala Achar Recipe - Carrot And Turnip Pickle
To begin making the Gajar Shalgam Ka Paani Wala Achar recipe, cut vegetables into thick slices and wash it nicely.
Add 1-1/2 cups of water and the vegetables in a pressure cooker and pressure cook for 1 whistle.
Turn off the heat and allow the steam to release naturally.
Once the steam is completely released, transfer the vegetables along with the water into a pan and keep aside.
In a separate pan, dry roast mustard seeds, cumin and fennel along with some fenugreek seeds and crush them partially using a mortar pestle.
Add vinegar, salt and the crushed spices to the cooked turnip and carrot and stir nicely. Give a gentle boil and turn off the heat.
Allow the pickle to cool down completely and later transfer it in a jar or any container and store in fridge.
Gajar Shalgam Ka Paani Wala Achar Recipe - Carrot And Turnip Pickle is part of the Recipe Contest: Lost Recipes From Ancestral Kitchens
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