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Patak's garlic pickle

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zygalski

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3,369 posts

50 months

Saturday 11th August 2012
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A warning... I think I'm addicted.
Every time I go to the fridge I have to have a spoonful of it. Bloody delicious!

motco

7,194 posts

151 months

Saturday 11th August 2012
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Have you tried their Chili Pickle? Brings a sweat to the brow every time.

zygalski

Original Poster:

3,369 posts

50 months

Saturday 11th August 2012
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I'm a bit of a wimp. I find the chilli pickle a bit too sour/hot.
Madras is ok for me. Vindaloo (or Jalfrezi in some places) is mental nuts

motco

7,194 posts

151 months

Saturday 11th August 2012
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zygalski said:
I'm a bit of a wimp. I find the chilli pickle a bit too sour/hot.
Madras is ok for me. Vindaloo (or Jalfrezi in some places) is mental nuts
I'm still enjoying the abdominal undulations and gaseous emissions after last night's Jalfrezi - wonderful!

wormburner

9,987 posts

158 months

Saturday 11th August 2012
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If you like that, look out some Matouk's Kuchela from your nearest West Indian aisle or shop. Pickled unripened mango.

Pretty spicy and utterly addictive.
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kiteless

7,677 posts

109 months

Saturday 11th August 2012
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Not spicy, but utterly tangy and very addictive:




Puggit

35,696 posts

153 months

Sunday 12th August 2012
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I also have a pickle fridge problem - lime for me!

Mobile Chicane

18,507 posts

117 months

Sunday 12th August 2012
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'Geeta's' lime and chilli chutney is just sublime.

There is no food it doesn't improve, though perhaps not tea and coffee.

Riley Blue

9,054 posts

131 months

Monday 13th August 2012
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motco said:
Have you tried their Chili Pickle? Brings a sweat to the brow every time.
My favourite Patek, becoming difficult to find as major supermarkets don't stock it anymore.

mrsshpub

678 posts

89 months

Monday 13th August 2012
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Riley Blue said:
motco said:
Have you tried their Chili Pickle? Brings a sweat to the brow every time.
My favourite Patek, becoming difficult to find as major supermarkets don't stock it anymore.
Just checked on mysupermarket.co.uk — Asda still stock it.

majordad

2,400 posts

102 months

Monday 13th August 2012
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My favourite is Pataks Brindjal Pickle, again getting hard to find, why so ?

Riley Blue

9,054 posts

131 months

Monday 13th August 2012
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mrsshpub said:
Riley Blue said:
motco said:
Have you tried their Chili Pickle? Brings a sweat to the brow every time.
My favourite Patek, becoming difficult to find as major supermarkets don't stock it anymore.
Just checked on mysupermarket.co.uk — Asda still stock it.
We don't have one of those - yet. But thanks, I'll look for it the next time I'm passing one.

wormburner

9,987 posts

158 months

Monday 13th August 2012
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majordad said:
My favourite is Pataks Brindjal Pickle, again getting hard to find, why so ?
Seconded, very nice.

Anyone tried Tamarind ketchup? Beautiful on a cheese sandwich.

Carlton Banks

3,319 posts

141 months

Tuesday 14th August 2012
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wormburner said:
majordad said:
My favourite is Pataks Brindjal Pickle, again getting hard to find, why so ?
Seconded, very nice.

Anyone tried Tamarind ketchup? Beautiful on a cheese sandwich.
I think it depends upon which part of the country you are. In London its ubiquitous.

wormburner

9,987 posts

158 months

Tuesday 14th August 2012
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Carlton Banks said:
wormburner said:
majordad said:
My favourite is Pataks Brindjal Pickle, again getting hard to find, why so ?
Seconded, very nice.

Anyone tried Tamarind ketchup? Beautiful on a cheese sandwich.
I think it depends upon which part of the country you are. In London its ubiquitous.
Brinjal or tamarind?

majordad

2,400 posts

102 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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I was in Chester last weekend and tried Tesco, Lidl, Asda, Morrisons and no sign of Brinjal Pickle, where is it all gone, is it off the market ?


jas xjr

9,181 posts

144 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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majordad said:
My favourite is Pataks Brindjal Pickle, again getting hard to find, why so ?
not a traditional pickle . we like it and it is still available in asian supermarkets. the reason it is hard to get hold of is that it is a slow seller

sgrimshaw

4,887 posts

155 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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majordad said:
My favourite is Pataks Brindjal Pickle, again getting hard to find, why so ?
Why not have a go at making some ....

http://www.curryfrenzy.com/curry/recipes/brinjal-p...

majordad

2,400 posts

102 months

Sunday 14th October 2012
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I will thanks, but does the Pataks not have Tamarind

majordad

2,400 posts

102 months

Thursday 12th November 2015
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I got Pataks Aubergine Pickle last week , it said in small letters brinjal but where is the Brinjal Pickle gone, do they still make it. The aubergine while close, and nice lacks the tamerinds.