Tasty, Healthy & Savoury, Garlic and Imli or Tamarind Achaar from Andhra Pradesh & Telangana called Gongura Pickle, brought to you by Postcard.

Andhra Gongura Pickle

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The Gongura pickle is made from the Gongura leaves, also known as Roselle in English and Ambaadi in Marathi. It's celebrated across the region for its availability, nutritional benefits, its characteristic tart taste and its cultural significance. Made with Roselle leaves, garlic, tamarind, chilli powder and other spices, this pickle is an authentic Andhra experience. Enjoy it with hot rice and ghee, as a sandwich spread, a side dish for your pakoras or chips or even as a topping for your Monaco biscuits! But be warned - it's Hot!

 

Ingredients

Gongura (Roselle leaves), Garlic, Tamarind, Salt, Chilli Powder, Asafoetida, Turmeric, Fenugreek Powder, Coriander Seeds, Curry Leaves, Groundnut Oil, Mixed Spices

Shelf Life

4 Months

Nutritional Information

Energy (KCal) 258.00
Carbohydrate (g) 12.00
Total Fats (g) 22.00
Protein (g) 3.00
Sugar (g) 0.00

Shipping Mode


Owing to the current logistics situation, your order will be shipped through the surface mode only. It will be delivered in 1) Metro cities: 5-7 business days & 2) Non-metro cities: 7-9 business days. Your order is normally processed within 1 working day of having received the order. In case we foresee a delay beyond the indicated delivery timeline, we will keep you informed. Please note that the orders are not dispatched on Saturday, Sunday, and on public holidays. Note: Please note that these timelines are not applicable and may increase during the festive rush and during Covid restrictions. Alsothese timelines may increase further for COD orders, which are individually confirmed with customers before the dispatch of each order and are not dispatched until confirmed from the customer side.

Shipping Charge


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Disclaimer


We recommend that you do not solely rely on the information presented here and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming this product. Also please note that while we have tried to accurately display the colors and size of products, the actual colors you see will depend on your electronic screen's settings and may not be accurate.

In case of any concerns, please write to us at hello@thepostcard.in and we will do our best to address your concern. Please note that we will only be able to address concerns that can be factually or visually verified mutually by our team and the customer. We regret that we will not be able to materially address any concern that may pertain to a sensory nature of taste and smell as those are individual experiences but will certainly value and incorporate all such feedback for future improvement.

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Based on 962 reviews
71%
(679)
27%
(259)
2%
(24)
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D.S.
😍

Excellent taste 😍

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Gudi Keshav (via WhatsApp - verified by Zoko.io)
4 stars...

4 stars...

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G Mini (via WhatsApp - verified by Zoko.io)
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Gongura: A super leaf with many names

Gongura is a plant, also known as Andhra Matha (Mother Andhra) in Telugu or Roselle, grown for its edible leaves in India and Fiji. These leaves are used to impart a tart flavour in a dish. Out of the two varieties that Gongura comes in, the red stemmed variety is sour than the green stemmed variety. Gongura Pacchadi is an Andhra cuisine and Gongura has many culinary uses, but the most popular is its pickled version. It is also grown in Odisha, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh & Bangladesh. In Odisha it is known as Gorkura or Khata Palangaw. In Kerala it is called Mathippuli, Meenpuli or Pulivenda. In Karnataka it is popularly known as Pundi Palle or Punde Soppu. Pitwaa in Hindi, Kotrum in Jharkhand, Mestapat in Bengali, Amaari in Chhattisgarhi, Anthur in Mizoram, Sougri in Manipur, Sankokda in Punjabi, Aamelli in Chakma, Mwitha in Bodo, Kenaf in English, & Chin Baung in Chinese. Gongura evidently goes by a ton of different names.

Gongura Pachadi, Gongura ka Achaar or Sorrel leaves pickle is an Andhra Delicacy famous for its tangy & spicy taste. The combination of hot steamy rice, homemade ghee, and some Pachhadi tastes like heaven. Made from freshly ground spices like red chillies, coriander, fenugreek, cumin and garlic, tamarind, and Roselle leaves, it is an integral part of everyday meal. Stocking the pickle is really handy for your busy day or no mood day. The best thing is that it is a cake walk to prepare, takes minutes, and stays good easily for months. Stuck in a hostel with only a loaf of bread at your disposal? Gongura Pickle adds all sorts of flavours to your meal and is actually very healthy.

Gongura pickle is a must in every Andhra home, mandatory during all ceremonies, family reunions & festivals. Apart from being delicious, Sorrel leaves are an excellent source of folate and a very good source of vitamin B6, both of which are needed to maintain low homocysteine levels. According to the studies, the leaves are also a great way to keep your bones strong. The mineral-rich plant has calcium, magnesium, and phosphorus, which are important for maintaining strong and healthy bones. The high content of vitamin C, popularly known as ascorbic acid, plays a major role in boosting the immune system and in increasing the number of white blood cells in the body. In addition, the leaves are also famously used in dishes like Gongura mutton, and the healthy Gongura Pappu (Sorrel Leaves Dal). With its unique taste full of tangy flavours, Gongura is irreplaceable in Indian Houses.