How to Make Sirka at Home in Hindi / Urdu
Gannay Ka Rus Ka Sirka Kaise Banate Hain Achar Main Istemal KArne Ke Liye
sirka banana bohat asan ha per is ma safaee ka bohat ahtiyat karni chahey , ma na saib , angoor, anar ka sirka khod banaya ha or banaraha hon, is ma karna ya hota ha kay agar aap gunay ka rass lain to us ko aik asay jar ma rakhain jis say suraj ki roshni na guzar sakay, 10 letr juice ma kareeban 2 cup sugar dal day or jar ka mo saf kapray say dhank kar band kar dain , 30 din bad is ko chan lay or phir usi jar ma dal kar kapra band kar sayadar jaga ma rakh day ab mazeed 30 din intizar karayin or sirka tayar ha is ko kis botal ma dalay aik chamach namak dalay or is dafa is ko tyte dhakan say band kar daain. Courtesy of KFoods
How to make Sugarcane Sirka (Vinegar) at Home
In Punjab, sugarcane Sirka was made at home during summer months. Sirka is a Hindi term for vinegar.
Home Sirka making has almost disappeared in India. The commercial vinegars lack the flavor and texture of homemade sugarcane Sirka.
Homemade Sirka is very dark brown (almost black), thick texture (like a very thin gravy), sharp yet very smooth flavor.
The exterior of sugarcanes has a white powdery substance. This is wild yeast. No starting culture is used.
1. Fresh sugarcane juice: 2 Gallons
2. Iron nails: 4
3. Flour: 2 Tablespoons
4. Water: 1½ teaspoon
1. Select a Matka with a 4 gallon capacity. Matka is a spherical vessel with a 6″ round opening at the top,
2. Pour sugarcane juice and drop the nails in the Matka. These nails are about the size of 10 penny nails in USA.
3. Place a 6″ round clay plate as a lid to cover the opening of the Matka.
4. Mix flour and water to make a paste. Use this paste to seal the lid. The seal does not have to be air tight. The purpose of seal is to prevent the insects from crawling in to Matka.
5. Leave the Matka un-disturbed for 4 months, outside in the open.
6. Remove the seal. On the top you should have an almost black color thick fluid. On the bottom, you have a rubbery layer, sedimentation, and partially dissolved nails. The thick black fluid is Sirka. Slowly pour out the Sirka. Courtesy of IndiaCurry