Cooking Apple Murbbo



You will need:-

  • 1 cooking apple grated without skin
  • 3/4 cup Sugar
  • 1 tsp oil
  • 1/2 tsp Mustard seeds
  • 1-2 small pieces of cinnamon
  • 2-3 cloves
  • 2-3 cardamom crushed
  • salt (optional) 
Method:

Heat oil in a nonstick pan, add mustard seeds and spices after splutter add grated apple and mix well let it cook 1-2 minutes, now add sugar and mix. 

Let the sugar melt and keep stirring well on a low heat for about 10-12 minutes. Add cardamom powder and let it cool.

Goes with any paratha, toast, or just have with your regular meal. If you can't get cooking apples use raw mango.

20 comments

  1. Happy to comment first diff dish for parotaa...thnks for sharing

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  2. lovely and tempting dish with a nice click.you can visit my blog and give ur comments.

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  3. we call this godamba...and use jaggery..this looks yummy...

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  4. Hi, thanks for stepping into my blog and hte lovely comment...you have a wonderful blog, loved reading all your posts :)...the apple relish looks tasty, this must go well with breads too right?

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  5. Thats a quick & easy pickle..shall give it a try.

    Muskaan

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  6. Healthy, Fruity and delicious:)

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  7. hello jagruti,
    the apple relish looks absolutly mouthwatering!!!,yours is one of the very best blogs that i,ve visited,i will keep visiting keep up the good work.
    Raj

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  8. Thanks Aruna,kitchen queen,SE, Gita, Muskaan, Rachna and Raj for your lovely comments...

    Gita, yes it goes well with any type of bread as I said in the post, spread on the toast..

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  9. Wow this apple relish looks fabulous Jagruti...such a quick & easy pickle..

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  10. Thanks for visiting my blog and for your lovely comment. Now I have become your follower so I will be visiting your blog hereafter.
    I liked your blog very much. I appreciate for your wonderful presentation. Apple relish is absolutely new recipe for me. It looks yummy and delicious.

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  11. Nice recipe,got to try this one as it looks really delicious....

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  12. Thanks Priya, Sushma and Babli,

    Welcome to my blog Babli, i am glad that you liked the space..keep visiting

    cheers

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  13. Thanks for dropping by my blog. The relish looks tangy and delicious.

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  14. wow nice pickle jagruti...luks yumm

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  15. This is some thing I should give it a try....Nice Simple Recipe,looks delicious as well...

    Great entry....

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  16. First time here, this recipe looks delicious... Thanks for sharing...

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  17. Jagruthi,

    Thank you for your nice comments on my blog and you did a wonderful job.....in 17 days....23 posts thats really good hard work......keep going All the best....keep visit my blog....

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  18. First time here....the recipe looks great!

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  19. this sounds intersting yaar..i love pickles so much...its common in my region that we use pickles normally at meal.thtz a must thing in our meal here...i m fond of pickles..this one is really tempting me..i too made fruit pickle with mixed approach..this one i love it..i ll try it sure...

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  20. This is awesome. murabba with apple. Do visit my blog when time permits http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/

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