Winter Special Recipe: Eat gooseberry pickle in winter, here is an easy recipe...
In winter, you often become a victim of cold and cold. So it means that your immunity is low. To increase this, doctors often recommend including vitamin C in food. The source of Vitamin C is very high in Amla. Eating increases immunity. Eating amla not only increases immunity but is also very beneficial for hair and skin. Amla should be included in the diet to improve falling, weak and graying hair. Gooseberry pickles can be eaten easily. Whose taste is very wonderful. So let's know how to prepare gooseberry pickles.
Ingredients for making gooseberry pickle
Amla 500 grams, Mustard oil 200 grams, Hink one-fourth teaspoon, Fenugreek seeds two teaspoons, Ajwain one teaspoon, Salt four teaspoons, Turmeric powder two teaspoons, Red chili powder, Yellow mustard four teaspoons, Fennel powder two teaspoons.
How to make Amla Pickle
To make a gooseberry pickle, first, wash and dry the gooseberry and wipe off the water. Place the gooseberry in a deep vessel. Boil it by adding about one and a half cups of water. When they are cooked, turn off the gas. After removing the water from the gooseberry, separate all the slices and remove the seeds.
Heat oil in a pan. When the oil becomes very hot, turn off the gas. Add asafoetida and fenugreek seeds to it. Add celery along with it. After roasting for a few seconds, grind turmeric powder, red chili powder, and yellow mustard lightly and put them in it. Add salt along with it. Now put all the slices of gooseberry in this spice. Stir well with the help of a spoon. Amla pickle is ready. Let this pickle cool down.
When it cools down, store it in a glass jar. Keep stirring it up and down with the help of a spoon for about three to four days. So that all the spices mix well in every gooseberry. This pickle is ready to eat.