Sounds very different and interesting right!!! Well this pickle is very close to my heart.
I was born and brought up in Chennai and did my schooling from a Christian school. Most of my friends were and till date are Christians and a few were Anglo-Indian. When I was in 11th standard, we were students of home-science subject. Every Tuesday we would have a practical class and once our teacher had decided on having specialties from various states to be put up in one thali. My Anglo -Indian friend made this Goan Brinjal pickle. We all were very surprised at the name since we had never thought or imagined that any such pickle exists.
I remember when she started frying the brinjal, the whole lab was filled with such an aroma, that we all stopped what we were doing and ended at her station. It was mesmerizing to see her use minimal spices unlike our other pickles. The pickle was ready within some time, though when matured for a week or more it gives the best flavour. After the presentation and the marks session none of us could stop ourselves from finishing the whole pickle.
Tasty and full of health benefits, this spicy and tangy pickle is something which no one can refuse. Our pickle is a blend of brinjal, garlic, curry leaves and ginger which will not only sparkle your taste buds, but will also give immense health benefits.
Brinjal known as the king of vegetables, has many health benefits. Botanically, brinjal is a fruit and not a vegetable. It grows just like tomatoes on a vine. This vegetable hosts a lot of health benefits.
Fibre and antioxidants are two of the nutrients that make brinjal a food that can keep cancer at bay Brinjals are great for weight loss as they are low in calories. Being rich in fibre, it promotes the feeling of satiety, which would make one feel full and prevent overeating
Rich in potassium, vitamin B-6 and phytonutrients, this vegetable reduces the risk of heart disease, prevents brain damage, and boosts memory
Helps in iron production
Helps in digestion
Reduces the chance of cardiovascular diseases and strokes
Has a good amount of vitamin C
Contains a good amount of water content, keeping the skin hydrated and resulting in glowing skin
Skin of brinjals have a lot of anthocyanins, which act as anti ageing agents
Helps keep hair stronger
Brinjal, fenugreek seeds, mustard seeds, cumin seeds, salt, sugar, garlic, ginger, curry leaves, turmeric, vinegar, red chilies, and oil
No added colours and preservatives
Per 100 gms
Energy – 560
Protein – 2.77
Sugar – 6.86
Fat – 52.82
Best before 6 months from the date of manufacture.
Keep refrigerated for longer shelf life.
We have a processing time of 7 to 14 days on all our products, however, it may take 3-4 weeks for final delivery depending on your location and pin code.