- Peach4 Poundssliced peeled
- Raisins1 Cups
- Garlic2 Cloves
- Onion1/2 Cupschopped
- Ginger5 Ouncespreserved
- Chili Powder1 1/2 Tablespoons
- Mustard Seeds1 Tablespoons
- Curry Powder1 Teaspoons
- Brown Sugar4 Cupspacked
- Apple Cider Vinegar4 Cups
- Pickling Spice1/4 Cups
1) Peel off the peaches and cut them into slices.
2) Chop the onion into fine pieces.
3) Place the peach slices in a large pot along with chopped onion, garlic, and chili powder.
4) Then add raisins, ginger, brown sugar, mustard seeds, cider vinegar, and curry powder in the pot.
5) Now wrap the pickling spice in a cheesecloth bag and then place the bag in the pot.
6) Allow the mixture to boil and cook it over medium heat for about 90 minutes so that the sauce is quite thick according to taste. Do stir the sauce well while you cook it to make sure that it doesn’t scorch the bottom of the pot.
7) Remove the cheesecloth bag from the pot and transfer the mixture to sterilized jars.
8) Clean the rims of the jars with a clean cloth (moist). Seal the jars with rings and lids.
9) Now place all the jars in a simmering water bath for about 10 minutes (or according to the time period prescribed by your area’s local extension). Do make sure that the water completely covers the jars.
10) Serve the spicy peach dip with any of your favorite main dishes.
Indians have been good at making some very delicious food over the centuries; but they are even better when it comes to spicy dips and sauces. Spicy peach dip is one such example of a marvelous spicy fruit dip. Raisins, garlic, onion, and chili powder, give it the just perfect taste you are always looking for. Serve the dip with any of your favorite main dishes such as chicken curry or with any of your favorite crackers such as graham crackers.