Amla pickle can last for several months to a year if stored in a clean, airtight container in a cool, dry place. However, it is best to consume it within 6 months. The high acidic content and the preservatives used in the pickling process will help preserve the pickle for a longer time. But as time goes on, the taste and the quality of the pickle may degrade. It is always good to check the color, smell, and taste of the pickle before consuming it, if it has a sour or off smell it’s better to discard it.
What is amla pickle?
How long does amla pickle last?
Amla pickle can last for several months to a year if stored in a clean, airtight container in a cool, dry place. However, it’s best to consume it within 6 months.
Amla Pickle Ingredients:
- Fresh amla (Indian gooseberries)
- Red chili powder
- Turmeric powder
- Mustard seeds
- Fenugreek seeds
- Oil (vegetable or mustard)
- Vinegar or lemon juice (optional)
- Sugar or jaggery (optional)
- Spices such as fennel seeds, cumin seeds, and coriander powder