Dadi Ma ka- Gajar Muli ka achaar


400 gms

If you are a fan of the wonder vegetable Carrot, white radish or if you like a crunchy pickle filled with health benefits, or you are just a pickle lover or a spice lover then our Gajar- Muli ka Achaar is a sure thing for you to taste and feast on.

Seasonal pickle with all fresh & crisp organic veggies. Get the nutrients of winter organic veggies through our less oily pickle, which is great with every meal.

Delicious | Scrumptious | Yummy

Season’s first batch of Gajar-Muli ka Achaar is ready to roll with your Paranthas!

USP (Unique Selling Proposition):

  • Preservative-Free: We take pride in offering a preservative-free achaar, providing you with a pure and natural taste experience.
  • Handcrafted Tradition: Made with passion and expertise, our achaar follows a time-honored recipe, preserving the essence of traditional homemade flavors.
  • Distinctive Blend: The harmonious combination of carrots and radishes creates a unique blend of textures and tastes, setting our achaar apart as a versatile and delightful condiment.

Storage Instructions:

Store Dadi Ma ka Gajar Muli Ka Achaar in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. For optimal freshness, refrigerate after opening. Ensure the lid is tightly closed to preserve the pickles’ flavors and textures.

Usage (How to Use):

  • Side Dish: Serve a spoonful alongside your favorite meals to add a zesty and flavorful touch.
  • Condiment: Enhance the taste of sandwiches, wraps, or salads by incorporating Dadi Ma ka Gajar Muli Ka Achaar.
  • Cooking Ingredient: Experiment with this achaar as an ingredient in various recipes, infusing your dishes with its tangy and aromatic profile.


Carrots, radishes, mustard oil, salt, turmeric, red chili powder, fenugreek seeds, mustard seeds, asafoetida, and a proprietary blend of aromatic spices.

Shelf Life:

Dadi Ma ka Gajar Muli Ka Achaar has a shelf life of 1 month, when stored according to the provided instructions. Enjoy the authentic flavors of this homemade delicacy over an extended period, savoring the taste of tradition.

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  • Rich in Nutrients: Packed with vitamins and antioxidants from fresh carrots and radishes, this achaar contributes to your daily nutritional intake.
  • Digestive Wellness: The traditional fermentation process used in crafting this achaar promotes the growth of beneficial probiotics, supporting digestive health.
  • Digestive Wellness: The traditional fermentation process used in crafting this achaar promotes the growth of beneficial probiotics, supporting digestive health.


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How long does it take for pickled carrots to be ready?

The time it takes for pickled carrots to be ready can vary depending on the recipe and method used. Generally, pickled carrots need to ferment for at least a few days to develop their desired flavors. It can take anywhere from 3 to 10 days or more for the carrots to fully pickle, depending on factors such as the desired level of sourness and temperature.

How long can pickled carrots last?

When properly stored in airtight containers in the refrigerator, pickled carrots can last for several weeks to a few months. The exact duration of their shelf life can depend on various factors such as the ingredients used, the fermentation process, and storage conditions. It is important to ensure that the pickled carrots are always submerged in the pickling liquid to maintain their quality and extend their shelf life.

What do pickled carrots taste like?

Pickled carrots have a tangy, slightly acidic flavor with a hint of sweetness. The pickling process infuses the carrots with the flavors of the spices, vinegar, or other pickling agents used in the recipe. The taste can vary depending on the specific ingredients and spices used, as well as the duration of the fermentation process. Overall, pickled carrots offer a unique and delicious combination of flavors that can complement a variety of dishes.

Is carrot pickle good for health?

Carrot pickle, like other pickled vegetables, can be enjoyed as part of a balanced diet. Carrots are rich in nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin K, and dietary fiber. However, it’s important to note that pickled vegetables are often high in sodium due to the pickling process. Therefore, it’s advisable to consume pickled carrots in moderation, especially for individuals who need to limit their sodium intake. Additionally, homemade pickles using natural ingredients and less salt can be a healthier option compared to commercially prepared ones.


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