Tomato & Garlic Achaar (2 Jars)
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Tomato & Garlic Achaar (2 Jars)

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Tomato achaar is a traditional Indian relish made with fresh tomatoes, tamarind, a mix of Indian spices, red chili powder, unrefined cane sugar and sesame oil. It hits all the flavor notes -- spicy, sour, savory and sweet kick. The roasted garlic version is made with roasted garlic, lemon, oil, a mix of healthful Indian spices, red chili powder, and unrefined cane sugar.

Think of it as India's version of Sriracha or harissa and made from local fruits and vegetables. Traditionally eaten with rice and dal, we like to add it to soups and noodles, or mix it with mayo for a spicy dipping sauce.

Choose from 2 jars of tomato achaar, 2 jars of roasted garlic achaar, or a pack of 1 of each type.

  • Made in: Brooklyn, NY
  • Made of: Tomato achaar: fresh tomatoes, sesame oil, canola oil, garlic, salt, red chili powder, tamarind, black mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, turmeric, asafetida, and unrefined cane sugar; Roasted garlic achaar: roasted garlic, lemon, non-GMO canola oil, salt, red chili powder, spices (black mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, turmeric), and unrefined cane sugar.
  • Size: 6 ounces (2 jars included)

Sourced from: Brooklyn Delhi

Shelf stable; refrigerate after opening.

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