Discussion in 'Herbs, Spices, Dressings, Sauces and Dips' started by CraigC, Jul 16, 2018.
@oddduck - here is a recipe posted on the forum by @SatNavSaysStraightOn for Beetroot Pickled Eggs.
Man I'd love to try that pie. And I love piccalilli as well. We have a similar product here called chow chow. Great with a corned beef sammy.
The pie was a Melton Mowbray, one of a pack of 4 brought for me from M&S, Hong Kong. A few years ago now. The piccalilli was an Australian brand; cannot remember the name.
And then there's this, of course.....
Gherkins are my idea of heaven. I have found a brand called Cowboy Pickles and they are addictive!
I also love picked carrots and sauerkraut.
I'll be pickling red onions and okra today for a shrimp and tasso dinner on our menu list for the next week.
Thanks for pickled eggs via sat Nav. I've never heard of them. I just bought a jar of mango chutney as well. And date and tamarind chutney. We have s great Asian store not far from me.
Pickled eggs, along with pickled hot sausages and pickled pigs feet are still found in some bars/pubs. Especially in the South.
This is a new one on me!
And me, pics?
I love pickled pigs feet. My wife prefers them Polish style, packed in jelly.
Ok, so, I LOVE all things pickled. I guess I should make a list.
Herbs and pepper mignonette
Chow Chow, Amish style
Corned beef brisket
Beef eye round roast (New England style)
Eggs, either plain, with beet juice, or with mustard seed
Hmm, I'll think of more.
Indian pickles do the job around here, particularly lime and garlic. It's not uncommon for the kitchen cupboards to house several different makes of lime or garlic pickle. Presently, there are three rival lime pickles and at one stage, we had four jars of garlic pickle from different makers. I'm not averse to a bit of mixed, chilli or mango pickle, either. I'm not so keen on brinjal, although I wouldn't throw it out if someone gave me a jar.
I mix it with Mr Naga - which is the best chilli pickle ever. If you haven't tried it then you should. A little goes a long way.
Thanks Craig, just not my cuppa,lol.
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