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Indian Raw Mango Pickle LIMITED EDITION, Certified Organic - 9 oz

Indian Raw Mango Pickle LIMITED EDITION, Certified Organic - 9 oz

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Our organic mango pickle is made with from luscious green mangoes, aromatic Indian spices and extra virgin olive oil, slowly marinated to create a mouth-watering, blissfully delicious pickle.

Pickles are vital to Indian cuisine. They serve as both a compliment to the flavors of the main course as well as a tasty digestive aid. Known as “aam ka achaari,” mango pickle is one of India’s most beloved condiments of all. It’s particularly delicious with assorted rice and daal dishes, curries, breads, roti, paratha, dahi/yogurt and other savory favorites. 

HEAT LEVEL: MEDIUM HOT

Our pickles are:

  • Small Batch
  • Locally Made
  • Certified Organic
  • Limited Edition


USDA Certified Organic Non-GMO

Ingredients

Organic Raw Mangoes, Salt, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Vinegar, Organic Fennel Seed, Organic Fenugreek Seed, Organic Turmeric Powder, Organic Mustard Seed, Organic Kashmiri Chili, Organic Cayenne Pepper, Organic Ginger Powder, Organic Coriander Seed, Organic Black Cumin Seed (Nigella sativa), Organic Asafoetida (Hing).

Nutritional info

Staff Tips

"Our favorite way to eat raw mango pickle is with roti or naan."
~Sandeep & Nalini

"The raw mango pickles are so different in taste - I’ve never really had anything like it, so I can’t compare it to anything. But I end up craving it at random times. It just hits the spot!"
~Courtney

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CONTINENTAL USA
Orders over $125 qualify for a flat rate of $9.99.
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HOW LONG IS TRANSIT TIME
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On average, 5-10 business days.
Canada: On average, 6-10 business days, but sometimes longer to get through customs.
International: We do not have an estimated time for other countries.


INTERNATIONAL ORDERS:
International orders outside the USA may attract additional customs, taxes and duties upon entry to your country; this is the responsibility of the customer. If the package is refused by your country's customs department and it it sent back to us, the shipping cost will be non-refundable. Please be aware, there may be delays.

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We want our customers to be satisfied with the quality of our products. If a product is damaged during shipping or you are unhappy with the product, simply let us know within 14 days after delivery, and we will try to resolve the situation to your satisfaction in a way that is fair to both parties. We are a small company and try to do our best for each situation. Please contact us if you have any questions prior to purchasing.

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Pickles are vital to Indian cuisine. They serve as both a compliment to the flavors and textures of the main course as well as a tasty digestive aid. In India, pickles are called “achaar” – they’re an ancient favorite, dating back about 4,000 years! In fact, it’s highly likely that the procedures and methods of pickling actually originated in India. After all, it’s an ideal way of preserving food for long journeys, cold winters in the North, and times of scarcity and famine.

There are countless varieties of pickles in India. Each, in its own way serves to enhance the tastes and textures of a main course, a snack, an appetizer or a dessert, while at the same time encouraging good digestion. Each pickle can be made with an assortment of fruits, vegetables, nuts, dairy products, herbs and spices, reflecting the 6 tastes as described by Ayurveda, India’s ancient healing system. The six tastes are sweet, sour, bitter, pungent, astringent and salty.

But of all of the pickles in India, it’s the Aam Ka Achaar – the Indian Mango Pickle – that takes the pickle-cake (so to speak)! By far, it’s the most popular and most beloved pickle of all. At Pure Indian foods, we make our Aam Ka Achaar from luscious green mangoes, aromatic, health-promoting Indian spices like turmeric, ginger, hing and black seed, and extra virgin olive oil, all certified organic and all slowly marinated to create a mouth-watering, blissfully delicious treat.




This mouth-watering pickle is especially delicious with assorted rice and dal dishes, curries, breads, roti, paratha, dahi/yogurt and other savory favorites. Here are some ways to enjoy this yummy mango pickle:

  • Serve alongside biryani rice dishes or plain basmati rice
  • Add to sandwiches
  • Top crackers or papadum with favorite cheese and Aam Ka Achaar
  • Enjoy with dal and a variety of curry dishes
  • Spoon over soups, stews, grain and legume dishes as a condiment
  • Try a spoonful with a leafy green salad
  • Eat with pakora, sev, samosa and other delicious, famous Indian snacks
  • Use as an accompaniment to roasted or grilled meats; it’s great with pork, roast chicken and grilled fish
  • Try it with grilled vegetables like eggplant and summer squash
  • Spoon over dahi or any favorite yogurt
  • Enjoy with Indian breads like roti, puri and paratha
  • It’s so good with idli and idli sambar
  • We love it with kitchari!
  • It’s amazing with ghee and spiced ghee – just spoon it over hot rice with a spoonful of ghee; be prepared to bliss-out!
  • Have it for breakfast with upma (another famous Indian dish made with semolina and/or urad or chana dal, spices, jaggery, curry leaves and nuts)

Remember, on occasion we must all give in to our impulses. So, go ahead. Get your spoon. Open the jar. Have at it! After all, we are only human.

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Hi! I'm Sandeep.

I travel to India, Asia, South America, and Europe to bring you back some of the most pristine, pure, organic clean ingredients in the world. All the products you'll find here at Pure Indian Foods are ones that me and my family use personally.

My family has been making ghee since 1889. Today, my wife, Nalini (aka "The Ghee Lady"), carries on this tradition. She still makes all the ghee and tightens every jar by hand.

We are passionate about bringing you traditional and nourishing foods. It's our labor of love and service to human-kind. Thank you for supporting our small family business.