Friday, April 19, 2013

Green Apple Relish

Green apple aka granny smith is one of my favourite apple,this apples might be very tart, bright in appearance and crisp while biting. Best for peoples who like tart apples rather than the sweet ones.These apples are certainly tasty and very juicy with many more medicinal values. An apple a day keeps the doctor away, quote reminds me always the juicy red apples but these tart green apples too have more health benefits like the red ones.

We get apples from September to March here, but between october and december its a peak season for granny smith.Mostly i'll prepare this apples as salads,soups or i'll have these apples simply with salt and chilly powder for snacks. After a long hesitation, finally i tried my hands in making an instant,mildly tangy and delicious green apple relish. You can have this relish with rice, idlies,dosas or else just as a spread with bread slices.This instant green apple relish stays prefect for two days in room temperature and for more than 10days in fridge. If you get abundantly green apples dont forget to make some,am sure you will definitely love this delicious relish.Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#27.


2nos Granny smith apples (peeled and grated)
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/2tsp Mango powder
1tbsp Lemon juice
1/2tsp Mustard seeds
1/4tsp Asafoetida powder
Salt
Oil

Squeeze out the juice from the grated apples and keep aside.

Heat enough oil, add the mustard seeds, let it splutters, add immediately the asafoetida powder, fry for few minutes.

Add immediately the grated apple and saute for few minutes.

Now add the red chilly powder, mango powder, salt and cook in simmer for few minutes until the oil gets separates.

Finally add the lemon juice and put off the stove.

Let the relish gets cool completely and store it in an air-tightened bottle.

Enjoy with your favourite food.

56 comments:

  1. Wow delicious apple relish Priya, I have had the sweet relish. This one is new to me. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Nice Idea, Looks so good... I heard about a Green Apple Chutney as well..

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  3. wow..sounds so delicious and interesting way to include apples...love it !

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  4. I too like tart apples for recipes.This relish looks yummy.

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  5. what a beautiful twist dear..looks yummy!!

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  6. What an amazing relish. Spicy and delicious.

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  7. Delicious chutney...best with dosa.

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  8. Relish looks so colorful and vibrant.
    Lovely preparation.
    Deepa

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  9. Lovely recipe Priya...bookmarking this one

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  10. Hi Priya, Green apple relish recipe reads great. With a slight hint of asafoedita, good balance of natural sweetness of apples, salt and lemon juice, it must be really appetising and flavourful. It looks delicious on bread slices!

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  11. Looks great. For how long can we store it in the fridge?

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  12. Looks very scrumptious and I can see that it will go very well with all rice varieties too.

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  13. lovely, I make it very similarly too. Love the tart green apples in chutneys and pickles.

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  14. Yumm.. When you mentioned about that green apple with salt and chili.. My mouth is watering.. It really tastes awesome. I have never prepare any relish using apples. This sounds interesting. :)

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  15. Wow Priya.. The apple relish looks delicious and yummy :-)

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  16. The relish looks supertempting and yum. Very well made priya

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  17. Wow! super dooper recipe akas...looks so so good...Bookmarking this...

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  18. A different recipe for me..Looks really relish ;)

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  19. That surely looks and sounds so delish Priya...what a lovely way to eat bread.:)

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  20. That's looks fab ...very nice recipe

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  21. This looks interesting and delicious!

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  22. yummy and healthy relish....

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  23. will try this sis.. i love green apple.. but mostly i use it for making juice..

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  24. looks divine..beautiful clicks.....

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  25. Nice recipe Priya.Haven't even think about this.Green apple is my fav too.

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  26. My sister makes this after navrathiri when she has a big basket of apples sitting on her counter.Looks delicious Priya.

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  27. What a delicious idea! I make mango pickle in similar way... never thought of using apples!!

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  28. Looks awesome. Love granny smith apples and will try this out.

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  29. This relish sounds great, different..lovely presentation Priya.

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  30. Thats an interesting recipe,more like pickle or chutney..wil giv a try

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  31. Apple pickle, never tasted it. Yours looks stunning. Absolutely yummy.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/04/rice-fritters-pakoras.html

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  32. C'est original et ça doit être délicieux.
    A bientôt

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  33. Looks yum, lovely clicks...very innovative indeed.

    http://www.kitchentantras.com

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  34. I would dunk chips and veggies in that relish :)

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  35. That sounds inviting,perfect with chips too..

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  36. spicy and delicious pickle... so yummy.. should have multiple taste.. tangy, spicy, little tart also..
    Sowmya
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  37. Love this apple relish. Looks awesome.

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  38. Sounds yummy.. Good one for roti and sandwich.

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  39. very interesting. more like a pickle

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  40. I make it as aside dish for rice. Never though about using it with bread. Nice idea.

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