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zygalski

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2,115 posts

33 months

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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

5,913 posts

134 months

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

zygalski

Original Poster:

2,115 posts

33 months

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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

5,913 posts

134 months

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Saturday 11th August 2012 quote quote all
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

8,275 posts

141 months

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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

7,128 posts

92 months

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Not spicy, but utterly tangy and very addictive:




Puggit

33,601 posts

136 months

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

Mobile Chicane

18,004 posts

100 months

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Sunday 12th August 2012 quote quote all
'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

7,236 posts

114 months

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Monday 13th August 2012 quote quote all
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

442 posts

72 months

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Monday 13th August 2012 quote quote all
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

1,769 posts

85 months

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

Riley Blue

7,236 posts

114 months

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Monday 13th August 2012 quote quote all
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

8,275 posts

141 months

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Monday 13th August 2012 quote quote all
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

3,283 posts

124 months

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Tuesday 14th August 2012 quote quote all
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

8,275 posts

141 months

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Tuesday 14th August 2012 quote quote all
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

1,769 posts

85 months

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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

8,476 posts

127 months

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Sunday 14th October 2012 quote quote all
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

3,939 posts

138 months

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Sunday 14th October 2012 quote quote all
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

1,769 posts

85 months

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I will thanks, but does the Pataks not have Tamarind
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