Piccalilli is an English interpretation of Indian Pickles – a relish of pickled vegetables and spices. The word itself was first seen in The London Times in 1799.
I’m particularly attracted to it as my English father loved it. He started Lipton’s tea in Australia & was a tea taster who visited tea gardens in India & Ceylon and came across Indian pickles. Like his forebears he liked to add a little spice to his food.
I must say I do love a corned beef and piccalilli sandwich or some sourdough bread and cheese enlivened with the wonderful sweet and piquant flavour of piccalilli.
I have two families who asked for larger jars as the children started eating it straight from the jar!
Perfect with cold meats and cheese.
Traditionally goes with corned beef or ploughman’s lunch or beautiful on a cheese platter.
Cauliflower, onions, carrot, capsicum, cucumber, zucchini, tomatoes (may vary due to seasonal produce), vinegar, sugar, ginger, mustard seeds, mustard, turmeric, spelt flour, salt.
No artificial flavours or colours.
Jar size: 220g (weight: approx 400g filled)