Amla Murabba Recipe (Indian Gooseberry Murabba)
Amla Murabba is very delicious. Amla is very beneficial for health. It's rich in iron and vitamin c. Amla is available in the market during winters only and in this season itself we can make the amla murabba and store it.
If this Amla Murabba is consumed daily in summers it strengthens the brain. For the murabba, Amla should be ripe and should not have any stains.
Ingredients for Amla Murabba
- Amla (Indian Gooseberry) – 1 kg
- Sugar – 1.5 kg
- Cardamom – 8 to 10 (peel and grind)
- Kesar – half small spoon
- Black pepper – 1 small spoon
- Black Salt – 1 small spoon
- Fitcari – half spoon
How to make Indian Gooseberry Murabba
Soak the amla along with fitcari (alum) in water for 3 days. Take out the amlas and wash them. Poke the amlas with a fork.
Put 1 liter water in a utensil and heat it. After the water boils, add the amlas and turn off the burner. Keep the utensil covered for 10 minutes.
Take out the amlas and keep them in a filter so that the water seeps away.
Mix ½ liter water in sugar and make a sweet syrup. Put amlas in the sweet syrup and heat them. After the amlas becomes soft and the sweet syrup becomes thick turn off the burner. Now mix cardamom, black pepper, black salt and kesar in the amla syrup. Cool the Amla Murabba and store them, along with sweet syrup, in a glass container.