Red Chilli Pickle / Lal Mirch Ka Achar


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Red Chilli Pickle or lal mirch ka achar is spicy and sizzling pickle to taste. It is a very common pickle among Indian Households. It can be served with Indian food like Roti or Paratha or Rice. This pickle is the best way to include spice in your meal.

The main ingredient used in this spicy pickle is wet Red Chilli which is mixed with masala made up of Fennel seeds, Mustard Seeds, Red Chilli powder, Coriander powder, Cumin Seed, Turmeric powder, Fenugreek seeds, Dry Mango Powder, Salt. The flavours of these masala ingredients mixed well with salt soaked Red Chillies and the spicy Red Chilli Pickle is ready.

Lets see the recipe for red chilli pickle...

Preparation Time: 20 minutes

Cooking Time: 15 minutes

Quantity: 2 Cups

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Taste: Chilly Spicy

Ingredients

Wet Masala

  • Red Chillies(लाल मिर्च) 

Dry Masala

  • Fennel seeds (सौंप )
  • Mustard Seeds (राई )
  • Red Chilli powder (मिरची पावडर)
  • Coriander powder (धनिया पावडर)
  • Cumin Seed (जीरा )
  • Turmeric powder (हल्दी पावडर )
  • Fenugreek seeds (मेथी बीज )
  • Dry Mango Powder(आमचूर पावडर)
  • Salt (मीठ)
  • Edible oil
ingredients

Method Of Lal Mirch Ka Achar / Red Chilli Pickle

step 1

Take 1 cup Red Chillies. Remove its stem. Wash it and dry it with cloth. There should not be moisture in the chillies.

step 2

First, give a small cut to each Red Chilli

step 3

Second, take all cut Red Chillies in a bowl.

step 4

Next, add ⅓ cup Salt and mix it with Chillies.

step 5

Then, keep it aside as Salt will be absorbed by cut Chillies.

step 6

Afterward, take a pan. Heat it.

step 7

Now, add 2 teaspoon Fenugreek seeds, 1 teaspoon Fennel seeds, 3 teaspoon Cumin seeds and roast it.

step 8

Take mixer jar.

step 9

Add ⅓ cup Mustard Seeds and roasted Fenugreek seeds, Fennel seeds and Cumin seeds. Blend it coarsely. Keep this aside.

step 10

Again, take a pan and heat it.

step 11

Pour 1 cup oil in it. When oil is heated, switch off the gas and let the oil cool down.

step 12

Then, take a bowl where Red Chillies with salt are kept. You can see Salt is absorbed by the Chillies and Chillies looked watery.

step 13

Add blended masala, ⅓ cup Coriander powder, 2 teaspoon Red Chilli Powder, 1 teaspoon Turmeric Powder, 2 teaspoon dry Mango Powder. Mix it properly.

step 14

Finally, add heated and cooled oil and mix it. 

step 15

Store this pickle in a clean ceramic or glass jar.

step 16

Shake this Lal Mirch ka Achar once in a day for a week.

step 17

Lal Mirch ka Achar is ready to serve.

Special Note

  • If you want more oily pickle then you can increase the quantity of oil
  • If you like Mustard Oil then you can add Mustard Oil. If we use Mustard Oil then there is no need to heat the oil. This can be no heating recipe for red chilli pickle.
  • If the chillies are crunchy then it needs more days for this pickle to mature. The chillies should be softened after 1 week.
Red Chilli Pickle

Variations of Lal Mirch ka Achar / Red Chilli Pickle

  • However, some use vinegar to increase the shelf life

How to preserve Red Chilli Pickle / Red Chilli Pickle?

This hot and spicy lal mirch ka achar can be stored for a year. It can be stored in a clean glass or ceramic jar for a year in the refrigerator.

How to Serve Lal Mirch ka Achar / Red Chilli Pickle?

This Lal Mirch ka Achar can be served as per our choices.
  • In general, it is served with Bhakri may be of Jowar/Bajra/Rice
  • Comparatively this red chilli pickle can transform the average food into hot and spicy one 
  • Likewise, you can serve this pickle with Indian wholesome meal as a side dish

Benefits of Red Chillies

  • Red chilli helps to burn calories
  • It also boost immunity
  • As well as it also helps to Maintain blood pressure
  • Chillies helps to balance blood sugar levels. 
  • Similarly it helps to prevents heart problems
  • In the same way it is Rich source of Vitamin C

Disadvantages of Lal Mirch Ka Achar / Red Chilli Pickle

If consumed in excess, red chilli can cause internal inflammation, which can lead to ulcer or even stomach disorder.

Different recipes of Chillies

There are two kinds of chillies, specifically red and green. Thus, there are various assortments of green chillies relying on its districts, type and taste. Anyway red chilli is the dried variant of green chilli. Every now and then, chillies are an unavoidable ingredient from our cooking society. Indian individuals are flavour sweethearts and Indian food is hot one contrasted with different pieces of the World.

Different recipes of chillies are…

My experience with lal mirch ka achar / Red Chilli Pickle recipe 

My family love the hot red chillies. We always try to include red chillies in our food either in the form of chutney or pickle. Moreover, this pickle is spicy, hot and delicious to eat. Specifically, this red chilli pickle recipe is easy to prepare. This is a simple chilli pickle recipe. Red Chilli Pickle is always there at home due to its longer shelf life.

Finally, try it and share it with your near and dear ones.

FAQ

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Conclusion


This red chilli pickle or lal mirch ka achar is a perfect pickle for spice lovers. It is a simple chilli pickle recipe. It can be used to add spice in our meal. Try this recipe. Share it with your friends.
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