Batons of carrots and radish along with florets of cauliflower pickled in vinaigrette and topped with spicy masalas and an aromatic tempering.
Achars are an indispensible part of Indian cuisine. They are the accompaniments that glam up even the simplest of meals. While the hot summers in India are usually the pickling season, this vegetable pickle is best made in winters when veggies are at their best. Carrots, radish and cauliflower pickled in spiced vinaigrette for 24 hours and topped with a pungent mustard oil and spice tempering. The sad part is that you can’t store this pickle for more than 10 days, but the good part is they are so delicious they never last that long!
Prep Time : 1-2days
Cook time : 0-5 minutes
Serve : 4
Level Of Cooking : Easy
Taste : Spicy
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