There are some days you are so happy with what is on the lunch table, you do not take minutes to lick your plates clean. But let’s admit it, those days are rare, and on many days you have to settle for slightly less glamorous meal. It is on those days especially where we learn the importance of accompaniments. Chutney, papad, kachumbar salad – there are so many ways in which we like to spruce up our meal. Pickles (or achaar) is one such popular desi accompaniment that is a staple of sorts. You find all kinds of pickles all across the country. Spicy, sweet or tangy, pickles can uplift the meal experience in a jiffy.
Speaking of pickles, one of our all-time favourite pickles has to be the lemon pickle (also known as nimbu ka achaar). For the longest time, we have not really associated the word “instant” with pickles. The traditional process of making pickles is long and cumbersome, but with advancement in time and technology it has become possible to make pickles much quickly.
How To Make Lemon Pickle