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Chilli Mustard Relish
Thu 17-Feb-11
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Does anyone have a recipe of the above, I bought a jar from a farmshop in the UK over xmas and am running out (as i have it with nearly everything) I have had a quick google but they seem to be for an Indian type chutney.

Its got white cabbage,vinegar,onions,mango,garlic,chilli's and spices on the label.

Thu 17-Feb-11
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Is this one any good?

It is a recipe for wild boar served with a mustard relish " the relish does contain a red chilli ¦.. and perhaps add some of your own ingredients to the main recipe?

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Thu 17-Feb-11
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Val: You are brilliant, I saw Sarah's original post and thought I'll watch that because I want to make something similar when the work is finished at home and I guess you could replace the cauliflower with white cabbage and the garram masala is the spices anyway.

I'll let you know how it turns out, but give me month !!!

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Thu 17-Feb-11
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Chris, have one of these  kiss - not many people tell me I'm brilliant !!!!!! big_laugh   big_laugh   big_laugh

Hope it turns out well !!

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Not the type of relish  you cook and eat right away I'd have thought, more the picalilli type of thing that needs to store for a while.

Thu 17-Feb-11
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I'm not sure you're right, Sarah - I don't think he would make the recipe for the wild boar at the same time, would he? He doesn't suggest storing it at all.

However, maybe you have to keep searching - what's the name of the jar you have already, is it easily identifiable/well-known brand?  In your jar, are all the ingredients in small pieces? If so, you could probably cut up your choice of ingredients very small, too.

I'm not being very helpful, am I ?? sorry

Good Luck with your search! ok

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Crossed wires I think... I'm not after the wild boar recipe with the pickle...the pickle Im after is just pickle like if you made picallili or plum chutney etc, one that is bottled and stored.   Says the ingredients on the label but have found no recipe like it so far.   Might have to bodge it chef

Thanks thoughsmile

Fri 18-Feb-11
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That's okay - but I wasn't giving you the wild boar recipe   laugh   - it just happened to be on the page with the relish.

What I meant to say was that if the chef was cooking the whole thing as a meal, he wouldn't be expecting the relish to be left in the cupboard to mature, which is what I thought you were saying! confused

As you say, Sarah, crossed wires !  Easily done!!!!!!!

We'll have to carry on with the searching, ay? laugh

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Was worth it for the wild boar recipe- tried it with pork last night, problem is there should have been leftovers for tonight ... but there's none left smile

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Galicia said:

Does anyone have a recipe of the above, I bought a jar from a farmshop in the UK over xmas and am running out (as i have it with nearly everything) I have had a quick google but they seem to be for an Indian type chutney.

Its got white cabbage,vinegar,onions,mango,garlic,chilli's and spices on the label.


wave Hi there Galicia,

 

It sounds to me that your pot of relish is an adaptation of a Indian chutney as they like to add cabbage & mango¦..I would look into Southern Indian recipe sites for the info.

If you don't have the time here are a couple of relishes from a favourite UK allotment site of mine¦.maybe you could combine the two & ADD THE CABBAGE ETC.

http://www.allotment.org.uk/recipe/180/mustard-rel.....sh-recipe/

http://www.allotment.org.uk/recipe/181/chilli-pepp.....sh-recipe/

***SORRY I FORGOT TO ADD THE LINKS

Good luck ,

Hattie/Nadine

PS. I will keep a look out for a recipe  & pass it on if I find one.   smile

 

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Hi Sarah - I have found a recipe for Chilli Sauce - which is only a sauce because it is whizzed at the end of cooking!

It has chillies, onions, cooking apple, mustard and vinegar.

If you're interested, I'll post the recipe.

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Anything with chillies in thanks smile

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Chilli Sauce

175g fresh chillies - red, green and yellow, chopped as finely as possible

175g onion, chopped finely

125g cooking apple, peeled, cored and chopped

2 tspns ready-made mustard

1 tspn salt

150ml vinegar (your preference)

 

Put all ingredients into a pan, and heat gently, stirring until the mixture boils, continue simmering until soft and mushy, for about 40 mins or so, and the sauce has thickened.

If sauce is required, at this point, sieve or whizz, and pour into sterilized bottles or jars and seal.

Makes about 450ml sauce.

Shake bottle before use, as it may have separated during storing.

chef

 

 

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brightspark said:

Shake bottle before use, as it may have separated during storing.

chef

 

 


 Is this to go with he boar recipe or what......big_laughbig_laugh

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..... what .......

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