Mixed Pickle Pancharanga is a pickle made from a variety of vegetables mixed in the same pickling process. Mixed pickles are eaten much like other pickles: in small amounts to add flavour and to accent a meal.
In Indian cuisine, a mixed Indian pickle is more likely to contain fruits (for example, mangos and limes) as well as vegetables. Indian pickle is prepared using oil, unlike western pickles, and is more likely to use lemon juice or some other acid as a souring agent instead of vinegar.
There are regional variations in spicing and in the ingredients. People cherish this a lot of things in terms of meals as well as dry snacks and it’s easily found in most of the homes across India. Our Rajasthani Mixed Pickle is made from handpicked organic fruits and vegetables with utmost hygiene and the taste is preserved with the ancestral recipe to give your taste buds the satisfaction they have been missing.