Lemon Pickle/Naranga Achar – Kerala Style

9 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    am drooling…

  2. Superchef says:

    love this! I see that you have started writing a little before the recipe..good 🙂
    Try lime the next time..they are more closer in taste to the naranga that we get back home.

  3. Arunan says:

    the picture istself enough for mouthwatering. thanks for the recipe!

  4. Yummy Team says:

    Thanks for your great tip..Will be trying it next time..

    Thanks! Keep visiting..

  5. meeras says:

    Yummy! Its my fav..

  6. oh my, this looks excellent and the method sounds authentic except for the steaming; thank you for that tip, going to try this one soon!!! I ‘m a pickle fanatic too, can eat with anything & everything, hehehe!!!

    and thank you so much for dropping a few words at mine, made me find your delicious recipes too!!! have a nice week end!!!

  7. Hi, mouthwatering, i got some lemon, so going to trie it today.

  8. Tomy says:

    I have just done it. Looks great. I opted not to add oil at the end but poured some vinegar. Tasting too good.

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