Dabda Keri Aachar
₹140.00 – ₹550.00
“Dabda Keri Aachar” is a traditional Indian pickle made with raw mangoes, commonly found in the state of Gujarat. The term “Dabda” means “pressed,” and “Keri” means “mango,” while “Aachar” refers to a type of Indian pickle.
To make this pickle, raw mangoes are cut into small pieces and mixed with a blend of spices and oil. The spice mix typically includes ingredients such as mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, cumin seeds, red chili powder, and turmeric powder. The mixture is then placed in a jar and left to mature for several days, during which time the flavors develop and intensify.
The unique aspect of Dabda Keri Aachar is that the mango pieces are pressed down with a heavy weight or stone while they are pickling, which gives the pickle a distinct texture and flavor. The weight helps to squeeze out some of the liquid from the mangoes, which is then absorbed by the spices and oil, resulting in a tangy, spicy, and slightly sour flavor.
Dabda Keri Aachar is a versatile condiment that can be enjoyed with a variety of Indian dishes, such as parathas, puris, and rice. It is also a popular accompaniment to snacks such as samosas and pakoras.
250 G, 500 G, 1KG