How to make Amla Murabba

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Last Updated Jun 23, 2022


Sweet pickle or Murabba of Indian gooseberries

How to make Amla Murabba

Indian gooseberries /Amla is a storehouse of nutrition. Due to the abandoning of vitamin-c, it helps to boost one’s immunity, it also helps to lower the cholesterol. But one cannot take it as a raw, for its sour taste; you have to prepare it in such a way that it will give a better taste. And that is possible only by preparing Murabba. And for that only It is normally eaten in the form of  Murabba. The Indian gooseberries are steamed and then simmered in a thick syrup made with Sugar and added with cardamom and finished in a tangy and cardamom flavored syrup,  and this is How to make Amla Murabba.

The equipment requires

  1. A Momo maker steamer
  2. Wok
  3. fork
  4. Spatula
  5. Glass jar

Ingredients of How to make Amla Murabba

  1. Indian gooseberries-350gm
  2. Sugar-350 gm
  3. Cardamom-2

How to make Amla Murabba

Wash and prick all the amla with the help of a fork (try to prick as much as you can, so that the sugar syrup will go inside it)

Amla Murabba step1

Take a momo maker steamer, add 1-liter water, and put the entire Indian gooseberry in it to steam for 15 minutes.

Amla Murabba step2
Amla Murabba step3

Cover the lid and wait for 15 minutes

Amla Murabba step4

Now you can open the cover, and see the gooseberries are steamed properly and become very soft.

Amla Murabba step5

Now put all the hot amla in a wok

Amla Murabba step6

Spread sugar over them.

Amla Murabba step7

And cover the lid for 5 minutes to melt the sugar without flame.

Amla Murabba step8

Now open the cover and see the sugar is half melted, and mix it slowly.

Amla Murabba step9

Now cover the lid and put it in simmer for 2-3 minutes

Amla Murabba step10

Open the lid and stir continuously the sugar syrup, otherwise it will burn.

Amla Murabba step11

Add two crushed cardamoms and mix them with the syrup

Amla Murabba step11A

Now switch off the flame.

Amla Murabba step12

And check the consistency of the syrup, which is coming thread-like consistency.

Amla Murabba step13

Transfer them into a glass jar to preserve

Amla Murabba step14
Amla Murabba step15
How to make Amla Murabba

How to make Amla Murabba

Sweet pickle or Murabba of Indiangooseberries
Indian gooseberries/Amla is a storehouse of nutrition. Due to the abandoning of vitamin-c, ithelps to boost one’s immunity, it also helps to lower the cholesterol. But onecannot take it as a raw, for its sour taste; you have to prepare it in such a waythat it will give a better taste. And that is possible only by preparingMurabba. And for that only It is normally eaten in the form of  Murabba.The Indian gooseberries are steamed and then simmered in a thick syrup madewith Sugar and added with cardamom and finished in a tangy and cardamomflavored syrup,  and this is How to make Amla Murabba.
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 45 mins
Total Time 55 mins
Course Sweet Pickle
Cuisine Indian
Servings 4
Calories

Equipment

  •  A Momo maker steamer
  • Spatula
  • A kadai or a fry pan
  • Serving plate

Ingredients
  

  • 350 gm  Indiangooseberries
  • 350 gm sugar
  • 2 Cardamom

Instructions
 

  • Wash and prick all theamla with the help of a fork (try to prick as much as you can, so that thesugar syrup will go inside it)
  • Take a momo makersteamer, add 1-liter water, and put the entire Indian gooseberry in it to steamfor 15 minutes.
  • Cover the lid and waitfor 15 minutes
  • Open the cover, and seethe gooseberries are steamed properly and became very soft.
  • Now put all the hot amla in a wok
  • Spread sugar over them.
  • And cover the lid for 5minutes to melt the sugar without flame.
  • Open the cover and see the sugar is half melted, and mix it slowly.
  • Now cover the lid andput it in simmer for 2-3 minutes
  • Open the lid and stir continuously the sugar syrup, otherwise it will burn.
  • Add two crushed cardamoms and mix it with the syrup
  • Now switch off the flame
  • And check the consistency of the syrup, which is coming thread-like consistency.
  • Transfer them into aglass jar to preserve

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