Im soooooooooo glad someone has tried it -I love tickabilly -but only home made (my mum makes the best ever ) -I saw this recipe in the mag when I got it yesterday and got all excited...
I will give it a try -but not until I move home... can't have anymore stuff to pack
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I've always liked piccalilli but never made it myself - this is WAY WAY WAY better than the shop stuff! And it's all FREEEEEEE!!!!!
how many jars do you need please
I would love to do things like this but my problem is I would just keep eating it because it's there.
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i havent tried this one but i have tried others i have made syn free in the past and also i have tried pickled veg - very nice some recipes you only have to leave to pickle for 24 hours - i just googled recipes and made a few ammendments (eg left the oil out) the result is very nice i love vinegar :-) xx
on a nother note i made gooseberry curd for my partner (so jealous!) i am not even going to try working out the syns with all that butter and sugar and cooked fruit but i have got a syn free lemon curd to try out so i will let u know my verdict x
Im really keen to try this... but bizarrely I dont know if i will like picalilly as I havent ever tried it!!! What does it laste of?!
The ideal of mustard being in (blurgh!) puts me off!!
Sounds yummy!!! Ive been making the onion chutney and so far a jar is only lastig a week in the fridge before hubby has finished it lol
I always put tap hot water in the jar first let it warm up then put some recently boiled water in to get it hotter and sterilise but I also let my chutney cool for a while before putting it in so it goes in warm
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Im not really sure as I didn't follow the recipe quantities to the letter, I roughly doubled it (but only *very* roughly, I didnt really weight it much) and didn't put any courgette in as I dont like it. It filled 3 jars which held about 900g with a wee bit left over. I just put five jars in the oven to sterilise to be sure I had plenty ready to use when it was done. Just be prepared, better have too many than not enough, plus if you crack any you've got spares.
Originally Posted by metrognome
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Diet: Slimming world
Start Date: 16 june 2011
Start Weight: 18st5lb
Current Weight: 17st0lb
Goal Weight: 12st0lb
Goal Date: dec 2011
Start BMI: 51.9
Current BMI: 48.1
Goal BMI: 33.9
Total Weight Loss: 1st5lb
Weight to Lose: 5st0lb
% Lost 7.39%
I love the recipie might try this out myself lovely with cheese or cold meats x
I joined SW in August and missed piccalilli recipe in the earlier mag.
Can someone post it here please?
I looked in the website and couldn't find it. Is this usual?
i would love this recipe too
doesanyone have the recipe please?
Targets - Starting Date April 22, 2013 0.5st loss - 29 April, 2013 1st loss - 1.5st loss - 2st loss - 2.5st loss - 3st loss
Bumping this tread as I'd love the recipe please!
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