It might not be unsuitable to say that achaar or pickle is the proper accompaniment to all meals. The tantalising flavours of pickles make it a wonderful mixture with varied meals. Nevertheless, as soon as the pickle will get over, a variety of us surprise what to do with the leftover oil and masala. Whereas many individuals have a tendency to make use of it to make paranthas or chaat objects, one other technique to refurbish it shortly is to make small onion achaar.
Movie star nutritionist Rujuta Diwekar shared intimately concerning the ‘zero meals wastage‘ tradition that India has.
“Indian traditions have practiced ‘zero food wastage’ long before it got cool to do so. Achaar is a must in every Indian household and the oil and the masala, you must have noticed, is always left behind even after the pickled pieces are over. Now that is one hell of a solution or a medium that allows for lacto-fermentation, and makes your pickles the storehouse of nutrients that they are. But then you can’t just eat the oil and masala left behind, can you? Enter the wisdom of Indian grandmoms and all is well in the world,” she talked about.
What are you able to do?
Diwekar shared that as per her mom’s cousin mother-in-law, one can put small white onions within the leftover pickle masala and brew them within the solar for a number of days.
This makes for a tasty new onion pickle that may be had together with your common meals!
What do you do together with your leftover oil and masala?