Instant zero oil fresh haldi ( Turmeric ) pickle, fresh chilli pickles or sometimes she would just roast them on skillet, sprinkle little salt and enjoy with her meals.
Instant stuffed Chilli Pickle and of course Achari Mirch ! And obviously also perceived myself that why automatically we tend to eat more spicer food during cold days, as chillies help to lift your mood and perfect way beats winter blues, also that capsaicin ( active component that gives chillies their heat ) has number of benefits which are vital for our bodies during winter times like chillies and capsicum are full of vitamin C which we need most to boost our immune system. Studies have also shown that by eating chillies works to speed up our bodies metabolism.
Baingan Methi sabzi with Bajra Rotla with garlic Chutney and quickly made Achari Mirch !
Achari Mirch, so simple and easy to prepare in a jiffy. The aroma of cooking chillies are so tempting, tasty and flavourful, without making it spicy, subtle bitterness and tanginess comes from fenugreek seeds and dried mango powder, also so refreshing !
This Achari Mirch goes perfectly with any kind of Paratha or Masala puri.
You will need:-
- 250 g very mild chillies
- 2 tbsp. sesame or any oil
- 1 tsp. panch phoran ( five pickle spices - mustard, cumin, fenugreek, onion and fennel seeds )
- Pinch hing
- Pinch turmeric powder
- Pinch amchoor powder
- Pinch sugar ( optional )
- Salt to taste
Clean, wash and dry chillies.
Cut into round shape.
Heat oil, add panch phoran and hing.
Once they crackle add cut chillies.
Keep heat high, stir for 2-3 minutes.
Add turmeric powder and salt.
Cook another one minute.
Switch of the heat, add amchoor and sugar.
Stir once agin.
Serve with roti, paratha , puri or Millet roti ( Bajra rotla )
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