Amla Murabbas are delightful amla balls that are sweet, tangy, and spicy. These Murabbas are a much-loved pickle alternative that are cooked in a sugar syrup flavoured with cardamom, saffron, black pepper, and black salt. Make these sweet-tangy Amla Murabba and keep your body warm in winters. You can keep it in containers for several weeks and enjoy the delicious flavours with your loved ones. Here is an easy recipe for this tasty delight.

How To Make Amla Murabba?

  • Firstly, fill a deep pan with enough water and heat it. Once the water starts to bubble, add the fermented amla to the warm water. Boil it.
  • Then, remove the pan from flame and cover it with a lid for a few minutes. After that, use a sieve to drain the water into a separate bowl. Keep the water stored.
  • To make the sugar syrup: Combine a small amount of water with sugar in a medium pan and boil amla with sugar.
  • Once the sugar syrup has thickened and the amla looks thoroughly cooked, reduce the flame and let it cool.
  • Once the amla-sugar syrup is thick as honey, add cardamom, saffron, black pepper, black salt and alum to it. Mix all the ingredients well.
  • Allow it to cool before serving as a side dish and store it in a clean airtight jar.

Amla Murabba Recipe Card

Savour the taste of sweet and tangy Amla Murabba with this easy recipe.

Total Time :
25 min
Preparation Time :
10 min
Cooking Time :
15 min
Servings :
6
Cooking Level :
Medium
Course:
Others
Calories:
500
Cuisine:
Indian
Author:
Lakshita Singh

Ingredients

  • 500 gm amla
  • 5 green cardamom
  • 1/4 teaspoon black pepper
  • 750 gm sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon saffron
  • 1/2 teaspoon black salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon alum

Instructions

Step 1
Fill a deep pan with enough water and heat it over a medium flame. When the water starts to bubble, add the fermented amla to the warm water. Bring the mixture to a boil.
Step 2
Remove the pan from flame and cover it with a lid for a few minutes to cover the amla. Using a sieve, drain the water into a separate bowl and keep the water stored.
Step 3
To make the sugar syrup, combine a small amount of water with the sugar in a medium pan. Cook the boiling amla over the sugar over medium heat.
Step 4
Once the sugar syrup has thickened to the consistency of honey and the amla looks thoroughly cooked, reduce the flame and set it away to cool.
Step 5
Once the amla-sugar syrup is as thick as honey, add cardamom, saffron, black pepper, black salt and alum to it. Mix all the ingredients well.
Step 6

murabba

Allow it to cool before serving as a side dish and store it in a clean airtight jar.