Roasted Garlic Achaar, a 2018 FABI winner, is a condiment made with garlic roasted, lemon, oil, a mix of Indian spices, red chili powder and unrefined cane sugar. It has a spicy, lemony, savory, sweet flavor. Use it just like a roasted garlic spread or chili sauce.
Traditionally it’s eaten with rice, curry, dal and yogurt, but you can use it as a base for pizza or pasta sauces, aoilis, soups or marinades and it’s fantastic in garlic bread or top it on most anything – burgers, eggs, sandwiches, tacos, chicken, ramen, etc.
Ingredients: roasted garlic, lemon, non-GMO canola oil, salt, red chili powder, spices (black mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, turmeric), unrefined sugar cane.
We make delicious condiments and sauces inspired by Indian culinary traditions. Our first line of products that we launched in 2014 focuses on an Indian pantry staple called achaar, sometimes referred to as Indian pickle. Achaar (pronounced ah-char; ‘pickled’ in Hindi) is a flavor-packed condiment made from vegetables & fruits, aromatic spices and chili peppers – think of it as India?s equivalent to Sriracha but with a more complex flavor and without all the sugar. Add a little bit to whatever you?re eating to give it a spicy, sour, sweet and savory kick! Traditionally, achaar is eaten with rice, dal, curry or yogurt, but our recipe is super versatile and also pairs well on sandwiches, burgers, eggs, mixed into bowls, soups or noodles, with cheese & crackers, etc. and you can also use it to finish dishes – add a few spoons to punch up your pasta sauce, lentils or shakshuka.
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