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Amla Garlic Chutney

Amla which is also known as Indian Gooseberry. It’s a potent source of Vitamin C and also contains iron and calcium. This chutney is very easy to make and it goes well with paratha, pakoras or sandwiches. 81 more words


Gooseberry Pruning

I was on my own today at the allotment as K is busy building the stage for the village play which is next week. So I went prepared as last night on Gardener’s World, the great Monty Don told us to prune our gooseberries to get rid of some of the inner twigs so this is what I’ve done. 220 more words


Sea Gooseberry

Whilst walking along the beach I came across loads of these little things washed up on the beach – it turns out they are a type of jellyfish, known as the sea gooseberry.


Gooseberry compote 

4 cups water, 2-3 cups gooseberries, 4-8 tbsp sugar (depending on how sweet you want it) let it boil until the berries are all soft and mash them a little. 66 more words

Amla (Gooseberry) ki Sabzi

Amla’s are loaded with many health benefits. Helps with better eyesight, stronger bones, fighting infections and even respiratory disorders.

You can eat them raw, which means they are perfect for a fast and easy to prepare dish. 62 more words

Leaves on the Gooseberry

The Gooseberry plants have got leaves on once again, Spring is here.


Gooseberry Bling Bling!

So . . ., the only thing more fun than watching snow fall on a cold wintry snow-filled morning is playtime with some pretties! For those of you out there who collect Pyrex (or anything Vintage for that matter), nothing is more thrilling than putting them to good use! 49 more words