An Asian flavoured Quick Pickle
Quick pickles are the go when time is rushed and there are no pickles ready at hand. They can be made in a matter of minutes but do take an hour or three to pickle and develop their flavours. They are wonderful mixed in the morning and eaten for lunch or in the evening.
This pickle is unusual as it combines kombu, that salty seaweed from Japan, with crispy carrots. It is pickled in a mixture of sake and rice vinegar, sweetened with mirin and salted with soy sauce. It is allowed to pickle for a few hours before being ready to serve.
Are you after similar recipes? Try Celery Quick Pickle, Onion Quick Pickle, and Cucumber and Radish Quick Pickle Salad.
Have a look at our other Pickles, and our Chutneys too. You might like to browse our Asian recipes, and explore our Mid Spring recipes.
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I am always looking for celery recipes to fill that void that a lack of celery dishes creates. An unassertive vegetable – it always plays second fiddle to other vegetables rather than feature in its own right – it deserves much more prominence.
This is a quick pickle is a perfect accompaniment to meals (I like to have a pickle with each meal, it balances the other flavours), and a perfect ingredient in other salads or even sandwiches. It keeps well in the fridge, so make a double batch. I like to add chilli and spring onions to the mix.
Are you looking for similar recipes? Try Celery Yoghurt Salad, Spicy Celery Salad, and Simple Celery Salads.
Try also Carrot and Kombu Quick Pickle and Onion Strings Pickled Salad.
You might see our other Celery Dishes. Or browse all of our Salad recipes here. And explore our easy Mid Spring recipes.
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Hot, tangy, sweet, salty. The perfect quick pickle.
Such a simple dish, but an amazing accompaniment to South Indian food. This is ubiquitous in South Indian cafes and restaurants, and at home. It takes about 2 minutes to make, and will keep in the fridge. Don’t just save it for Indian food, use it in any way you desire. In salads, sandwiches, wraps, for example.
Are you looking for Onion Salad recipes? Try Onion Strings Pickled Salad, Caramelised Onion Salad with Bitter Greens and Pine Nuts, and Cucumber and Red Onion Salad with Mustard, and Battered Onion Rings.
Are you after Indian recipes? Try Kohlrabi Subzi, Aamti Bhaat, and Rice and Cauliflower Pilaf.
You might like to explore other Onion Salads, or Onion recipes or simply browse our Salads. All of our Indian recipes are here. Please feel free to browse all of our Early Spring recipes as well.
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A perfect and simple tangy salad to make in a hurry. Serve with hot or cold dishes.
With this continuing very hot weather, the only thought is about salads. Here is a simple one with Cucumbers, Red Onion and Red Radish. It is delightful.
Browse our Salad recipes here and here. You might particularly like Pawpaw Salsa, Grown up Potato Salad, and a Kachumber – Indian Salad. Find all of the Cucumber Salads here and here. Or explore all of the Bittman Salads. Browse the Radish recipes here and here.
Looking for something different to do with cucumbers? Why not try Kachumber Salad, Simple but Best Cucumber Salad, or a Cucumber Curry?
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