Friday, August 24, 2012

Pickled green chillie


green chillie *
1/2 cup vinegar
1 cup water
2 tbsp sugar (can add more to taste)
1/2 tsp salt (or more to taste up to 1/2 tbsp)

*enough to pack the jar about 30 to 40 (1/2 lb).
Wash the green chillie and pack into a clean jar.
Heat vinegar, water, sugar and salt and bring to a boil.  Remove from heat and put the liquid into the packed clean jar of chillie.  
When it is cool, seal and leave in a cool place or fridge.  

It stays well for more than 6 months in a tightly closed container.  It doesn't have to be refrigerated, but if you want you can.
Although, the pickled chillie can be eaten by the next day it tastes better over time as the chillie will become less spicy.  Use a clean utensil to take the pickled chillie.  It is delicious to serve with rice, flatbread and shawarma.  
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50 comments:

  1. Wow nice one dear,thanks for sharing.

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  2. hey dats easy dear...sounds tasty as ell

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  3. Nice preservation. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Hi Akheela, I love this pickled green chillie, we eat this with fried noodles or noodles soup. Yours look good.

    Have a nice day, regards.

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  5. Extremely tempted...Drooling here..can feel it..Thanks.

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  6. Extremely tempted...Drooling here..can feel it..Thanks.

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  7. I would love these. David has taken a great interest in pickling/preserving lately, so I'm passing this along to him!

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  8. nice preservation with vinegar. Looks yummy. I made in some different way.

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  9. Hot chillies, just love with noodles.

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  10. I love them I love them I love them! have a wonderful weekend Akeela!

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  11. oh boy these sound like a great way to try my first time canning nice one!

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  12. I never thought pickling peppers could be so easy. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  13. Tempting and mouthwatering pickle

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  14. Oh this would be a treat for my husband and a bomb to me :D

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  15. I am not a fan of chilli pickle but the sugar ingredient in your recipe seems different..so I will be trying this recipe now! thanks for sharing dear :)

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  16. Lovely. I do an instant-table version with lime juice; it goes well with chole.

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  17. Sindhi chilli pickle is also similar..

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  18. Hi there, Its always fun to see ur delish recipes. And this pickle is just looking amazing. I am so tempted to make it on my isle some day pretty soon. Enjoy your weekend. I have been here after a while but enjoyed scrolling through your rest of the wonderful recipes and loved murrukul. Have a wonderful week ahead. Thanks for sharing awesome recipes.
    Best Regards, Sonia !!!

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  19. Love pickled chili, thanks for the easy recipe!

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  20. I love pickled chillies. They are super yummy eaten with noodles. :) I've nominated you to receive an award..check it out in my blog. I think you deserve it as you have many wonderful recipes.

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  21. My husband's fave! Nice of you to share this!

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  22. Sounds easy. love to have with curd rice !!

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  23. wow...marvellous...I'd looove to give it a try..:)
    Tasty Appetite

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  24. With Hatch Chiles in season, I'm going to do this!
    Saw it on Tastespotting :)
    LL

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  25. Must try!!!
    Oh if only there were more hours in the day!

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  26. I love pickled chilis, especially with shawerma sandwich....!

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  27. omg totally doing this. I love pickled green chillies, sliced, esp with chinese dishes like seafood hor fun!

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  28. A wonderful way to use Green chillies.. Thanks for sharing !

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  29. those look Mmm Mmm delicious!!!

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  30. My husband loves spicy food, and I think he'll love this pickled green chillies! :)

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  31. Hi! Just scrolled through your blog and loved it! We eat a lot of these pickles too! Thanks for showing us how to do it:D

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  32. Have never made a chilli pickle...sounds great.

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  33. These little guys would make lovely drink garnishes or sandwich accompaniments. Pickled spicy peppers are the perfect balance of spicy and vinegary. I quite like the clear, country-style jars too!

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  34. Never tried such almost instant chilli pickle, sounds so good will be great with sandwiches

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  35. Never tried such almost instant chilli pickle, sounds so good will be great with sandwiches

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  36. ohh....i love the look of those chillies...absolute heat and flavor combo....have to try this :)
    Cheers!
    Mj

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  37. those delicious pickles are a fav in our household too.

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  38. Interesting how they become less spicy with time. Thanks for the nice tutorial~

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