Instant Chilli Pickle | Rajasthani Mirch Ke Tipore Recipe With Video

Instant Chilli Pickle - Rajasthani Mirch Ke Tipore Recipe

Hi Friends! My today’s recipe is for all chilli lovers…. guess what I am gonna to share with you? Its instant chilli pickle recipe popularly known as mirch ke tipore (हरी मिर्च के टिपोरे रेसिपी) which belongs to Rajasthani cuisine and often served as part of Rajasthani Thali.

The recipe requires less time and minimal efforts and prepared with fresh green chillis and some whole and powdered spices.

It is a mixture of fresh flavors, which can stand tall against any vegetable preparation. In comparison to usual pickle recipes, this chilli pickle uses much lesser amount of oil and salt and can be consumed immediately.

This instant chilli pickle is also good to use as a travel food. Apart from rajasthani food it tastes superb with puri, paratha, dalrice, khichdi and porriage. It can be stored easily for 3-4 days under refrigeration.

So let’s take a quick look to the ingredients required for this instant chilli pickle recipe and enhance the flavor of your meal!

Instant Chilli Pickle | Rajasthani Mirch Ke Tipore Recipe With Video
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Servings Prep Time
250 Grams 5 - 7 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
5-7 Minutes 15 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
250 Grams 5 - 7 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
5-7 Minutes 15 Minutes
Instant Chilli Pickle | Rajasthani Mirch Ke Tipore Recipe With Video
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
250 Grams 5 - 7 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
5-7 Minutes 15 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
250 Grams 5 - 7 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
5-7 Minutes 15 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: Grams
Instructions
Instant Chilli Pickle Recipe : Video
Instant Chilli Pickle : Step by Step
  1. Heat oil in a Kadahi or wok, and crackle asafetida, fennel seeds, cumin seeds and black mustard seeds.
    Crackled asafetida, fennel seeds, cumin seeds and black mustard seeds in heat oil
  2. Add diced green chili pepper and all the spices in it and mix thoroughly.
    Adding of green chillies and powdered spices
  3. Add a very small amount of water in it and let it cook on low flame for 5 minutes with covered lid.
  4. Hot and spicy mirchtipora is ready. You can serve it hot or at room temperature with Dal-Bati or Roti, Paratha etc.
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