This recipe, although very British, is an adaptation of an Indian pickle.
If you love pickled vegetables, this is for you; although I didn’t make it as sweet as the original recipe. I adapted an old Mrs. Beeton recipe, but omitted the cabbage and green tomatoes, to make it more like the Hayward’s brand piccalilli I have bought in the past. This is great served alongside a sandwich, or as part of a traditional Ploughman’s lunch, which consists of cheese, bread and pickles or chutney, and happens to be a delicious, light lunch.
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and mix to a paste with some of the vinegar.
Put the remaining vinegar in a pot and bring to a boil.
Pour some vinegar into the paste, and return the the liquid back into the pot and boil for 3 minutes.
and pack into clean jars and seal at once.
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A very wet park entrance.