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a·char

 (ə-chär′, ŭch′är′)
n.
A condiment of South Asian origin typically made of fruits or vegetables pickled in oil, lemon juice or vinegar, salt, and spices.

[Hindi acār and Urdu ačār both from Persian āčār, pickle.]

achar

(əˈtʃɑː)
n
a spicy pickle made from mango
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Tenders are invited for CONSTRUCTION OF DRAIN AND FIXING OF RED STONE FROM ASHISH PAYAL BANDAR TO BATRA ACHAAR STORE AT LALWANI ROAD WARD 20 ZONE 4
Traditional cuisine was served on the occasion, which included sel roti (rice flour donuts) and achaar (spicy pickles).
Some had suggestions: "If Khichdi is being accorded the status of National Food, then Ghee, Dahi, Papad and Achaar should immediately be declared National Friends.
500++), a local favourite featuring succulent meat with fragrant rice served with eggplant, achaar, dakoos and sabra sauce for a full Arabic flavour, and, as my son Stan, 13, tucked into a FURN burger of slow-cooked shredded beef brisket (BD5.
The works--most of which, though for sale, were designed to partly decay--ranged from abstract photographic prints on aluminum panels, smashed in by hammers, dragged through dirt, and coated with semi-stable preservatives (Collapsed Roof, 2016); to eerie-looking plastic jars full of neon-lit specimens of crumpled artworks and organic objects, covered with interactive electrical components that beeped if you came close to them (Archival Prints Ka Achaar, 2015-16).
The summer menu hasn't done away with the restaurant's signature dishes,such as the unbeatable meetha achaar Chilean spare ribs dusted with toasted kalonji (onion seeds),or the famous kulchas (I can make a meal out of the wild mushroom kulchas and Chandon Rose,my favourite sparkling wine
Caption: Brass Achaar, led by saxophonist Shirish Malhotra (extreme left), perform Western classical, jazz and blues at Dadar Station, Mumbai.
The other features of the Sindh pavilion include a book stall arranged by Sindh cultural department, Thari embroidery display, Sindhi bangles, traditional cuisine - Sindhi falooda, Shikarpuri achaar, Sindhi Biryani, Larkana Mava, and artists, musicians and folk dance groups from Sindh have came specially to add colours of the festival.
Aloo ka bhurta, achaar gosht, pulao, masoor ki daal, kachoomar.
For a gourmet treat savor the authentic vegetarian dishes Mirch khilma achaar, Paneer laung lathika , Gatthe ka saag and for the non vegetarians the menu will have Junglee kukkda hare lehsoon, Safed maas and many more rich and flavourful dishes.
The main course was a smorgasbord of Achaar ke Aloo (baby potatoes cooked in pickling spices; too acidic for our liking), Methi Murg, Papad aur Pyaaz ki Subzi, Tadka Dahi (a tasty departure from the mundane raita) and the Kerala style fried fish (interesting, but not authentic).
For vegetarians, the key offering is Achaar ke Aloo, which is cooked two days before it is served in order to give the pickled spices enough time to seep into the potatoes.