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Murabba, also spelled marraba or murrabo, is a sweet and sour savory pickle, which is like a preserve that gets its name from the Middle Eastern Asian country, Arabia. This Arabic derivative is also popular in ... More »
Aloo Ka Murabba
1)Pare the potatoes and prick them all over with a fork.
2)In a saucepan, add water, potatoes and squeeze lime and boil it.
3)Turn off the heat, let them cool and then drain water.
4)Pour sugar syrup in a pan and add lemon juice to... - 39.5947
Mooli Ka Murabba
1)Take a fresh long white radish peel its skin and cut off top and bottom ends.
2)Chop large pieces and prick with a fork all over.
3)In a pan, boil water and place it in the pan. After two boils remove it and drain.
4)In another pan,... - 37.97
Break open fruit.
Lightly oil your hands and remove all seeds and stringy part of fruit.
Spoon out the fruit from the shell, cut into two-inch pieces and pierce with a fork.
Make a sugar syrup with half-litre water, lime juice and sugar to a one-thread... - 37.672
Kesar Elaichi Mango Murabba
Murraba or murrabo is a savoury pickle or achar originating in the Gujarat region of India. It is traditionally sweet, prepared with raw mangoes, sugar, and spices, and resembles a fruit preserve, such as apricot conserve or orange marmalade, more than the... - 35.6522
1. Scrape, wash and cut the ginger into slivers. Add enough water to cover the pieces, and cook until soft. Strain the water, and set aside the pieces. Strain the lemon juice, and set aside.
2. Add sugar to the ginger water, and allow to dissolve. Add some... - 34.3784
1. Prick the mango pieces with a sharp needle.
2. Dissolve the lime in water, and soak pieces in this for 8 hours or overnight.
3. Strain the lime water, and discard; then wash pieces in fresh water 2-3 times. Tie the pieces in a thin muslin cloth, and dip in... - 33.3378
1. Wash the gooseberries and drain the water. Prick each one with a sharp needle and set aside.
2. Dissolve lime in plenty of water, immerse berries in it and set aside for 2-3 hours.
3. Drain all the lime (chunnam) water, wash the berries two to three times... - 30.2415
1. Scrape the carrots, wash thoroughly, and wipe with a clean cloth. Cut into rounds or 1" length pieces. Prick the pieces with a sharp needle.
2. Put the pieces into a ceramic bowl, sprinkle sugar and leave overnight.
3. Next day, add the citric acid and... - 27.7146
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