Punjabi mango pickle typically refers to a style of mango pickle that originates from the Punjabi region of India. Mango pickle, also known as "Aam ka Achar" in Hindi, is a popular condiment in Indian cuisine. It is made by preserving raw mangoes in a mixture of various spices, oil, and sometimes other ingredients. The spices used in mango pickle can include mustard seeds, fenugreek seeds, fennel seeds, asafoetida, turmeric, red chili powder, and more.
The Punjabi style of mango pickle is known for its bold flavors, a combination of tanginess from the mangoes and the complex blend of spices. Punjabi cuisine, in general, is characterized by rich and hearty flavors, and this reflects in their pickles as well.