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Need your help….My mother got some ‘Nellikka Puli’ and she would like to find out a method to cook this other than pickling and brining…….I don’t know the botanical name or other regional names of the same. From my recollection, it looks like green pearls clustered in a tamarind tree and it resembles a small gooseberry/Nellikka to an extent and I guess that’s why it is referred as ‘Nellikka Puli’. Sorry for the picture quality as it was taken with a mobile camera. Click on the picture to get an enlarged view.
Please take a moment and drop a line if you could throw some light into its botanical as well as regional names and a method to cook this other than pickling and brining. Your tips and help is much appreciated.