Translation of piccalilli in Spanish:


Pronunciation /ˈpɪkəˌlɪli//ˌpɪkəˈlɪli/


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    condimento a base de encurtidos picados y especias
    • This sweet piccalilli is delicious with cheese, cold meats and especially pork pies.
    • Good piccalilli is something you can't buy factory-made – it's never really successful. So, why not make your own?
    • The menu takes in items as diverse as tiger prawn kebab with piccalilli, wild boar sausages, and duck and pickled cucumber on focaccia.
    • Traditionally, all the vegetables in a piccalilli are salted, but I find the flavours are punchy enough, so I skip this stage.
    • I haven't even made my usual jars of piccalilli or sweetcorn relish to have with the Christmas ham.
    • A pressed slab of ham hock and foie gras were correct enough and their accompanying home-made piccalilli was bravely sour.
    • To the many satisfied customers who buy her prized homemade piccalilli it does not matter where the ingredients have come from.
    • This was served with some kicking homemade piccalilli.
    • From this month you can buy direct their organic all-year-round storecupboard supplies along with seasonal delights like gooseberry confiture, tomato and basil jelly and summer garden piccalilli.
    • Serve the lamb in toasted pitta breads with the piccalilli and salad leaves.
    • The quiet guitarist stooped in the gutter to pick up a bag of frozen chicken wings, a pack of custard creams and a small jar of piccalilli.
    • He was accused of submitting claims for ‘inappropriate’ items, including metal fruit baskets, plastic holders for bathroom utensils, and even jars of piccalilli.
    • When I was working in London we started to make our own piccalilli – which is, in fact, very simple to do – and used it in sandwiches.
    • I enjoyed a very coarse ‘country terrine’ barded with a slice of something as thick as a steak, and served with mild home-made piccalilli.
    • The original Piccalilli recipe dates back to English cookery in the mid 18th Century.