Simple Ginger Pickle


1/4 kg Grated Ginger
1/2 tsp turmeric powder
Salt to taste
1/2 cup tamarind syrup
3 tsp Red chilli powder
Few curry leaves
2 tbsp sugar
2 tsp Mustard seeds

Heat oil, add mustard seeds and when it splutters, add all the other ingredients.

Allow it to boil for five minutes.

Cool and store in an air-tight container.

This version of Ginger pickle is my contribution to the Think Spice : Ginger Event hosted by Sunita
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Asha said...

Great entry, I love the hot taste of ginger in pickle!:)

Rajitha said...

wow! that is one ginger intensive dish!! the color looks great


Hey thankx for this easy to make ginger pickle recipe...!!!

sagari said...

pickle loos soooo yummyy and easy recipe thanks for sharing

Happy cook said...

I love the ginger pickle.

Laavanya said...

i love ginger pickle.. thanks for this easy recipe :)

Tee said...

Neat! Looks delish!

sunita said...

That's a very nice and simple recipe...thanks a lot.

Seema said...

Nice pickles.. i never tried making this Thanks to MTR!!

Mansi Desai said...

nice way of showing how the simple things in life are so essential in adding taste!!

easycrafts said...

Thanks a lot all of you for posting your views.

Nags said...

i am not a fan of anything that has strong flavour of ginger. one exception wud be pickle :) nice recipe

rv said...

this dish is enough for me to have with just rice and pappad, it looks so tasty:)

Sudha said...

I love Ginger in my tea and as pickle.These surely looks mouth watering.Will try it over the weekend.thanks for posting it :)

Pickle Bob said...

Wow that looks fantastic. Ginger is a fantastic healing food for me and i love pickles. Any time i get a sore throat, i start chewing on ginger root and it cures it every time. This would be a easier way to enjoy ginger the next time i get a sore throat.

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