Ashoka Gor Keri Pickle
Gor Keri pickle is a traditional Indian pickle made from raw mangoes that are cut into small pieces and then mixed with a blend of spices, salt, and oil. The pickle is left to ferment in a jar or container for several days to develop its signature tangy and spicy flavour.
The name "Gor Keri" is derived from the Gujarati words "Gor" which means jaggery and "Keri" which means raw mango. The addition of jaggery to the pickle gives it a slightly sweet flavour that balances the sourness of the raw mango.
Gor Keri pickle is a popular condiment in Gujarat and is often served with meals as a side dish or used as a flavouring agent in curries and other dishes. It is also commonly eaten with bread, roti, paratha, rice, or as a snack on its own.
Sugar, Mango (38%), Mustard, Salt, Chilli Powder, Sunflower Oil, Citric Acid, Fenugreek, Coriander Powder, Cumin Powder, Turmeric Powder, Asafoetida (Wheat)