In general, I don’t think I can live without spicy pickles. Pickles in summer. Pickles in winter. Honestly, no matter the weather, I always have a jar of pickle on my kitchen bench waiting to be devoured by a pickle addict (Ah, that’s me).
When it comes to pickle making, I don’t experiment very often. I’m usually happy with my classic favorites. But last week, the green apples in the fruit basket were actually begging for some attention. And that’s how this pickle idea came up. I’ve to tell you this – I was extremely pleased with the results. I even got rave reviews from my friends.
This green apple pickle features chopped granny smith apples preserved in a spicy chili-vinegar sauce. I’m pretty sure this it’s going to be your new favorite!
More Pickle Recipes
- Raw Mango and Carrot Pickle
- Celery Pickle
- Raw Mango Pickle (Kadumanga Achar)
- Kerala Lemon Pickle
- Lemon Curry
- Fish Pickle
More Apple Recipes
- Upside Down Apple Cake
- Homemade Apple Fritters
- Apple Momos (Dumplings) with Toffee Sauce
- Apple Kheer | Apple Payasam | Apple Pudding
- Caramel Apple Roses
- Grapes Apple Mint Raita