Chamoy Pickles Recipe

Chamoy Pickles Recipe

Are you excited to try something super tasty and new? Say hi to Chamoy Pickles! in this blog I will share with you a Chamoy Pickles recipe that is extremely delicious. If you love bold flavors, get ready for a treat.

What Are Chamoy Pickles?

Chamoy pickles are a mix of sweet, tangy, and a bit spicy. They’re extra special because they mix pickles with chamoy sauce. Chamoy is a Mexican sauce made from fruits, like apricots or plums, with spices and a little kick from chili peppers.

How Do Chamoy Pickles Taste?

Get ready for a taste explosion! The tangy pickles go great with the sweet and slightly spicy chamoy. It’s like a party in your mouth. The crunch of the pickle and the smoothness of chamoy make each bite awesome.

When Did I First Try Chamoy Pickles?

I first had these at a summer fair. The colorful chamoy-covered pickles caught my eye. I had to try them. With the first bite, I was hooked. Chamoy pickles are now one of my favorite snacks.

Ingredients To Make Chamoy Pickles

  • Apricots = 5 large 
  • Chile de Arbol = 10-12 
  • Dried cranberries = ¼ Cup 
  • lime freshly squeezed =1
  • Chile limon powder = ⅓ Cup 
  • Ancho chile pepper = 1 large 
  • Dried hibiscus flowers = 1 Cup 
  • Salt  to taste
  • Sugar to taste

How To Make Chamoy Pickles

Step by step instructions:

Step 1

Put apricots in warm water for 10 minutes.

Step 2

Boil 2 cups water with ancho chile and hibiscus. Simmer 8-10 minutes.

Step 3

Mix apricots, chile de Arbol, cranberries, lime juice.

Step 4

Soften hibiscus; pour into apricot mix.

Step 5

Add chile limon powder, salt, sugar. Simmer 5 minutes.

Step 6

Take off the heat, cool, then enjoy your pickles.

FAQs

Are they too spicy? 

Nope, just the right amount of spice.

Can I make them at home? 

Absolutely, I’ll share tips!

Where can I buy them? 

Mexican stores or online might have them.

Recipe Tips:

  • Making your own chamoy pickles is easy. 
  • Start with crunchy pickles. 
  • Drizzle on chamoy sauce, either homemade or store-bought. 
  • Let them soak up the flavors. 
  • Serve them cold for a refreshing treat.

Serving Tips:

  • Juicy Watermelon Slices: Sweet watermelon goes great with tangy chamoy.
  • Crunchy Tortilla Chips: Pair with chips for a flavor party.
  • Creamy Queso Dip: Creamy and tangy make a tasty combo.
  • Spicy Tacos: Add chamoy pickles for a zesty twist.
  • Grilled Corn: Drizzle on chamoy for awesome corn on the cob.

Storage Tips:

Store chamoy pickles in a closed container in the fridge. This keeps them crunchy and tasty for days.

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Conclusion

Chamoy pickles are a tasty combo that you’ll love. Sweet, tangy, and spicy flavors mix for a great adventure. Whether you love pickles or want to try something new, chamoy pickles are a must-try snack. Grab your pickles, add chamoy, and get ready for a burst of awesome flavors. Get ready for a taste fiesta with chamoy pickles!

Chamoy Pickles Recipe

Chamoy Pickles Recipe

in this blog I will share with you a Chamoy Pickles recipe that is extremely delicious.
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Course sauce
Cuisine American
Servings 10
Calories 92 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 5 large Apricots =  
  • 10-12  Chile de Arbol =
  • ¼ Cup Dried cranberries =  
  • 1 lime freshly squeezed
  • Cup  Chile limon powder =
  • 1 large Ancho chile pepper =  
  • 1 Cup  Dried hibiscus flowers =
  • Salt  to taste
  • Sugar to taste

Instructions
 

  • Put apricots in warm water for 10 minutes.
  • Boil 2 cups water with ancho chile and hibiscus. Simmer 8-10 minutes.
  • Mix apricots, chile de Arbol, cranberries, lime juice.
  • Soften hibiscus; pour into apricot mix.
  • Add chile limon powder, salt, sugar. Simmer 5 minutes.
  • Take off the heat, cool, then enjoy your pickles.

Notes

Recipe Tips:

  • Making your own chamoy pickles is easy. 
  • Start with crunchy pickles. 
  • Drizzle on chamoy sauce, either homemade or store-bought. 
  • Let them soak up the flavors. 
  • Serve them cold for a refreshing treat.
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