Wonky veg not wonky taste
One of the good things to come out of the COVID pandemic is the growth of small, independents. One of these is Wonky Pickles by Chartered PR consultant Laura Sutherland. We’ve known Laura for a few years now and were happy to try her pickles and pass the word on.
The story behind Wonky Pickles
Wonky Pickles was founded in November 2020 by Laura Sutherland. With extra time on her hands, due to the COVID pandemic, Laura made her usual Christmas gifts as well as some more to sell and keep her occupied. Thankfully, everyone can now get to taste Laura’s wonky pickles. Made with wonky produce, everywhere knows every wonky ones are tastier anyway, so there’s less waste and more tasty food.
Perfectly Posh Pickle
Can’t stop the beat
All Wonky pickles and chutneys are suitable for vegetarians and gluten free.
We think that the Wonky Piccalilli was one of Laura’s original recipes. A crunchy and tangy piccalilli which is packed full of flavour.
Perfect mouth sized pieces of cauliflower and green beans as well as red peppers for a splash of colour against the mustard and turmeric base.
This is probably as close as to our home made piccalilli you can get. None of that mushy, watery stuff that’s normally on the supermarket shelf.
Ingredients: Green beans, cauliflower, courgette, red pepper, pickled onion, gherkin, mustard powder and seeds, coriander, garlic, ginger, turmeric, chilli, cider and malt vinegar, sugar, arrowroot, sea salt and water.
Laura also has special Wonky Pickles on offer with trial jars as well as sets for dates such as Fathers Day.
The set below launches on Sat 22nd May, The Wonky Trio, 3 jars for £15. Includes Sticky Beak, Quick Pick and Tangy Tom
Where to buy
Buy online via Wonky Pickles
or in person at Partick Farmers Market
or at these stockists:-
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