Kumquat (Orange), Sweet Pickle
Hazara Santre ka Meetha Achaar/Achar
Note from Mamta: This recipe comes from my sister-in-laws mum, who was a renowned cook in her time. Now in her nineties, she still dictates an occasional recipe to me when I meet her in Delhi. Kumquats, also known as Calamondin in the East, are, small, tart, edible oranges that grow in hot climate. The plants are evergreen and have shiny green leaves, nicely scented blossoms and are often sold as ornamental plants in the West. You can make it with fewer kumquats than in the recipe, as in the pictures, just reduce the other ingredients accordingly.
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