Zero-Oil Carrots and Chilli Pickle with rai na kuria



Not sure in other countries, but in the UK if there is any occasion...either you cater or prepare meal yourself, you'll see this very very tasty and colourful pickle in your full thali...Normally I've seen this made in oil ... I've made this one with a few changes to make it more healthier...I am not too keen on oily pickles...whenever I feel like it, I make this one. It goes well with any type of curry or daal.





You will need:
  • 1 cup  Julienne sliced Carrots
  • 1/4 cup Julienne slice Fresh Green Chillies
  • 1 tsp Sugar
  • Salt to taste
  • 2 tsp lemon juice
  • 2 tbsp Split Mustard seeds ( in Gujarati - Rai na Kuria )
Method : -
Mix everything except split Mustard seeds..and leave it for 8-10 hours. Now take out the water from it.. After that add mustard seeds, mix well and leave it for about an hour or so...Ready to serve with your meal.

Keep in fridge and use it within 1-2 days.

Serve with Gujarati curries and round and soft Gujarati rotlis

20 comments

  1. Quick & spicy pickle.. nice click dear..

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  2. Very new kind of pickle with no oil.. really healthy.. sure to try..

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  3. religious views on mustard seeds knowledgeable
    lovely post

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  4. Nice pickle without any oil.Love it.

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  5. I think any pickle,when mustard is added, it gives a fresh and a tangy taste to the pickle itself. This is new to me,loved it.Click is amazing.

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  6. this is a unique kind of pickle for me; looks delicious and super simple!

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  7. interesting pickle with no oil!!

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  8. its so beautiful looking...yummy and healthy!!...I need to look for split mustard seeds...I haven't noticed them before!

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  9. Wow.. very simple and looks very colorful dear...

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  10. very yummy and easy pickle. pictures look gorgeous with vibrant colurs

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  11. Very catchy and colourful pickle..

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  12. Colorful and healthy pickle. Lovely clicks.

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  13. Looks yummy and sounds very easy also

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  14. very very interesting information on mustard seeds in all religions and off course pickle itself too.

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  15. This pickle looks very appetizing! Interesting...I did not know there is split mustard seeds. Have to keep a look out for it.

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  16. I am crazyyyyyy abt pickles, and this pickle looks ummmmmmm, love it. BTW sorry to miss chutney event :((

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