Pickled green chillies are enjoyed as a condiment for noodles or rice. It can also be added to pizza or sandwiches. These chillies are sourish with a very slight tinge of spiciness.
Preparation 15 mins
Cooking 10 mins
|150 g||chilli peppers (green)|
|150 g||chilli peppers (fresh)|
Nutrition per Serving
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In Malaysia, pickled chillies are usually served together with wonton noodles as a condiment. Of course, there is no stopping you from having it with other dishes like pizzas or sandwiches. They are sourish with a very slight tinge of spiciness.
What type of chillies to use?
For this recipe, I used green Cayenne chillies which are less spicy compared to the red ones. Green Cayenne chillies are ‘grassier’ in taste and it's the best choice to use when preparing pickled chillies. However, it may be substituted with red or even yellow chillies, according to preference.
Avoid pickled chillies from getting moldy
These green chillies are pickled in a vinegar solution. Use a kitchen towel to soak up any excess water from the soaked chillies before pickling them. This is important to prevent them from getting spoiled during the pickling process.
Should ingredients be increased to pickle more chillies?
The amount of vinegar solution recommended is only sufficient for the amount of chillies as mentioned in the recipe. If more chillies are pickled, then the amount of vinegar solution has to be increased accordingly.
How to serve or eat pickled chillies?
Pickled chillies are either served plain or with soy sauce. Either way, the sweetness and sourness from the chillies will perk up the appetite. A popular recipe using pickled chillies as a condiment is wonton noodles. Like mentioned earlier, it can be eaten with pizzas too.
How to store pickled chillies
Pickled chillies can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 1.5 months or more if stored in a clean sterilized bottle. Use clean and dry utensils to take the chillies slices from the bottle. This will help in extending the shelf life of the pickled chillies.
Pickled chilli as a project with kids
When I was in primary school, pickled chillies was a science project. So, you can make this as an activity with your children. It will not be spicy for them as the spiciness is toned down by the vinegar.
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Steps to Prepare
Step 1 of 3
- 400 ml water
- 150 g chilli peppers (green)
Blanch chillies in a bowl of hot water for 20 seconds.
Step 2 of 3
- 150 g chilli peppers (fresh)
- 1 cup vinegar
- 1 tsp salt
- 1⁄2 tsp sugar
Remove chilli slices and place them into another bowl. Add vinegar, salt and sugar. Then, store them in a sterilized bottle.
Step 3 of 3
Keep pickled chillies in the refrigerator. Enjoy it with or without soy sauce.
Published: October 19, 2013