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HiLooks like Gooseberries.. if so, they are so wonderful in a spicy pickle :)Thanks for your comment on my mango pedas. & yes, my pets are awesome :)Cheers!Bala.
Gooseberry. Gooseberry Jam or pickle.
I can guess although I am not good at it. Might be Gooseberries, we call "Nellikai" in Kannada. You could pickle them! :)
ofcourse...gooseberries..are you going to pickle one..or jelly..juice..
OMG! You get gooseberries there? I love them. I don't find them here at all. I like to salt and munch on them all day
You are a gooseberry / amla. And you are going to be in a murabba. :-)
Have to say they ar enot like our gooseberry/nellika totally different they are.
gooseberry, here we make fruit tart/cakes with it,
Amla ? i love it simply dried and salted. Where did your neighbor get it ?
I also think its gooseberry....
Indo, I got some raw blueberries and they looked similar but not sure though from the pics.
Gooseberries. I make pickle with them.
Gooseberries, Nellikayi in kannada. Pickles, Morabba will be great.
looks gooseberrish.. but not quite. may be a mix of gooseberry and something else?
let me guess ....strawberries, no raspberries...no blackberries ?Ok, just kidding, my vote goes to gooseberries as well.Since I know you have stock of coconut, you plan to make gooseberry chutney or coconut gooseberry rice.:-)
definitely gooseberries....gonna make pickles!You have a lovely blog...came here first time.
They are gooseberries, you can make tasty chutney from it. It makes a part of the meal served on Thiruvathirai after Vaikunta Ekaadesi..
They look similar to gooseberries but,i feel they are not. These fruits are smaller and juicier version with many small seeds in them.We used to eat them as kids but unfortunately, right now I am not able to recollect the name....(
Amla or gooseberry! We call is "avla" in Marathi. Mouth-puckeringly good with some salt :) My mouth started watering in a Pavlovian response.I think you will make a sambar with it ;)
Gooseberry..are you going to make jam?
Looks like the gooseberries (Nellikaayi) I enjoyed as a child, from our own tree at Puttur, my native..... I waited for it to drop down & me pick on them.... I guess it is the same.... But not too sure because the veins here are much more clearer & it has a glossy texture..... So I have my doubts too;-)Ash....(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)
They sure look like gooseberries but I am not sure about the size though.I like to have them dried with a bit of salt, what they call Avla Supari! An instant pickle tastes good too...
aren't they gooseberries?if they are i would just salt them and pickle them!!
amla/gooseberries. pickle or dal? or jelly?
Me thinks... green currants? making jam, jelly, pickle?
Pixwell variety gooseberry ,more commonly known as the American gooseberry
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