Nellikkakari / Gooseberry Pickle

24 Responses

  1. Priya says:

    Slurp, incredible and tongue tickling pickle..

  2. aaha– yummmmm !- gooseberry pickle looks finger-licking good !

  3. An Open Book says:

    its one of my favs but havent had it in ages

  4. Rekha shoban says:

    perfect pickle…tempting pic!!

  5. Can u parcel me a bottle of this tongue tickling pickle? 😉

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

  6. Justbeanme says:

    The pictures speaks it outloud!!

  7. wow so wonderful and perfectly done !!

  8. Ramya says:

    Mouthwatering pickle!! soo tempting!!

  9. wow, tongue tickling and drool-worthy !!!

  10. Nithya says:

    Tangy and delicious. I want curd rice with this pickle right now 🙂 yummm.. drooling 🙂

  11. Vidhya says:

    Pickle looks so perfect and yum.

  12. Plateful says:

    I haven’t had this in a real long time, ahh. That’s such a lovely red – makes me crave for this beauty. I’d seen nellikka at a local store last week, will go searching again and make this achaar if they still have the fruit.

  13. divya says:

    Omg, mouthwatering here, such a delicious pickle….

  14. I have just bought some gooseberry too…love eating them in any form…:)…nice post!…:)

  15. Prathibha says:

    Such a delicious pickle..love 2 hv it anytime..:)

  16. Shu Han says:

    always thought gooseberries were a very western kind of fruit! I’m surprised it’s actually used in Indian pickles! This sounds lovely!

    http://mummyicancook.blogspot.com/2011/06/baked-herring-with-gooseberries-chilli.html

  17. Namitha says:

    Nattil ninnu koduthu vitta kurachu achar ivide irippundu..allel kothi moothu enikku bhranthu pidichenem 😀 kidilan !

  18. Swati Sapna says:

    hey, i recently made some amla pickle for my aunt with a similar recipe. was delicious! you can also try amla murabba… is great for health!

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  20. Can I use uppilitta nellikka to make this achar…

  21. Maya Akhil says:

    Kitchenn Rooster,

    Sure, you can use uppilitta nelikka for this recipe..

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    I like u’r receipes a lot esp the mushroom roast n have asked my friends n relatives to chk out the receipes here… Thanks for sharing all the receipe..

  23. Maya Akhil says:

    Kitchenn Rooster

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