Lololikka Achar Recipe | Love lovi Pickle Recipe

admin, October 9, 2014

Lololikka or Scram Berries are abundant in summers. Lololikka is know for its slight sweet and more of its sour taste. I am sure every school child who walks to the school has their own treasure collection of neighborhood trees which bear fruits such as chambakka ( Rose apple ), Nellikka ( Goose berry),Puli, Mangos and many more. Lololikka is definitely one of them. The red plum which has a sour fleshy interior is eaten with salt and red chili powder.Here is a recipe of Lololikka Achar which can be used later in the rainy season. Other pickles worth try are Mango pickleLime Pickle SweetPappaya PickleMeat PickleRaw Mango PickleFenugreek Mango PickleBitter Gourd PickleBig Lemon Pickle,Avakaya Pickle and Asparagus Root Pickle. You can check the exclusive list of pickle recipes at 35 Indian Pickle Recipes to Cherish

Lololikka is otherwise know in english as rukam, runeala plum, coffee plum,  Indian plum, Indian cherry or scranberry and in Hindi as talispatri. It is also known as lubica or lovlolica,



Lololikka Achar Recipe | Love lovi Pickle Recipe
  • Lololikka - 1 kg
  • Chilly powder ½cup
  • Red Chillies 6-8 nos
  • Mustard Seeds 2 tsp
  • Fenugreek(Uluva) (roasted and powdered) - 1 tsp
  • Asafoetida(Kayam) - ½ tsp
  • Garlic ( Chopped 4 tsp
  • Curry Leaves 3 Sprigs
  • Vinegar - 4 tsp
  • Salt ½ Cup
  • Water 1.5cups
  • gingelly oil - ¾ cup
  • Turmeric powder -- A pinch
  • .
  1. Boil the Lololi-kka in water, till the colour changes and becomes tender.
  2. Keep it aside to cool and then cut into 4 - 5 pieces.
  3. Add salt and mix well.:- Do not discard the boiled water.
  4. Heat gingelly oil in a pan or a kadai or pan.
  5. Splutter mustard seeds.
  6. Saute garlic, chilly, curry leaves and spice powders.
  7. Mix in the cut Lololikka and saute for 2 mins.
  8. Add the boiled water and allow it to boil.
  9. Once it starts to boil, switch off the stove.
  10. Wait for the pickle mix to be of luke warm temperature.
  11. Add 2 tsp of vinegar.
  12. Rinse the clean and dry bottle for storing the pickle with vinegar.
This pickle can be used from the next day itself and can be stored for a month and more, if refrigerated

Add the powders on a low flame to avoid them getting burnt. :- Can add more chilly powder if you want it more spicy.

Do not boil lololikka too much as it may spoil.



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