Wednesday, July 08, 2009

10 Vegan Pickles from the British Raj

Pickles of the British Raj

This one is for Vaishali's It's a Vegan world : British event.

The British steeped Indian fruits and vegetables in vinegar along with mild Indian spices to create a range of fusion pickles.  They do not use mustard powder / chili powder used in almost all Indian pickles and so are very mild by Indian standards. The following pickles are listed in this cookbook.


1.:  Red Cabbage Pickle  .

2.:  Red Cauliflower Pickle

3.:  Bombay Onion Pickle 

4.:  Dry Mango Pickle  

5.:  Sweet Mango Pickle 

6.:  Mint Flavoured Vinegar 

7.:  Chili Vinegar 

8.:  Dates pickle

9.: Carrot- Garlic Pickle 

10.: Whole Mango Pickle


Nithya Praveen said...

Perfect for the usual u made it sound so easy to make!

Vaishali said...

I am loving this! I had no idea about these pickles of the British Raj, and they are just perfect for the event. Thanks, Ramki!

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