Hyderabadi Pickle
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Hyderabadi Pickle
As a fruit traditionally native and abundant in Mirpur Khas, Sindh, Pakistan, mangos are used in numerous Pakistani foods and recipes - the Hyderabadi mango pickle being a prime example.

The Hyderabadi pickle (Sindhi: ?‎, Urdu: ?‎) is a type of South Asian pickle originating from Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan. The pickle can come in various flavours, from a delicate mixed assortment of fruits (most notably mangos) and vegetables matured through natural processes, and carefully selected spices made and preserved in a traditional method.[1]

They are known for their blended tastes, with most of them hot and some are spicy. The product is sold and marketed by a number of food brands in Pakistan, the most notable being National Foods Limited and Mitchell's.

Hyderabadi mixed pickle

The main ingredients are Mango, carrot, lime, green chili, garlic and other spices.

Hyderabadi mango pickle

The main ingredient is sour mango mixed with spices.

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