Hyderabadi pickle

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As a fruit traditionally native and abundant in Mirpur Khas, Sindh, Pakistan, mangos are used in numerous Pakistani foods and recipes - the Hyderabadi mango pickle being a prime example.

The Hyderabadi pickle (Sindhi: حيدرآبادي آچار‎, Urdu: حیدرآبادی اچار‎) is a type of South Asian pickle originating from Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. The pickle can come in various flavours, from a delicate mixed assortment of fruits (most notably mangos) and vegetables matured through natural processes, and carefully selected spices made and preserved in a traditional method.[1]

They are known for their blended tastes, with most of them hot and some are spicy. The product is sold and marketed by a number of food brands in Pakistan, the most notable being National Foods Limited and Mitchell's.

Hyderabadi mixed pickle[edit]

The main ingredients are Mango, carrot, lime, green chili, garlic and other spices.

Hyderabadi mango pickle[edit]

The main ingredient is sour mango mixed with spices.

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