Tuesday, September 27, 2016

What to do with Pepper Relish

Here are some ideas on how to use Pepper Relish in your dishes.
1.Ross (friend & fellow vendor) Places chicken breast on a cooking sheet, spoons relish over top and bakes till done. Quick and easy!
2. Mix with cream cheese for a quick dip.
3. I like to add a spoonful to beans at the table. Navy, dried beans, butter beans etc.


Sixteen Ways To Eat Relish
1. Have it on a sandwich – add it to chicken salad
2. Serve it alongside a cheese, and or preserved, cured meat platter
3. Mix it into ground beef or pork and use for meatloaf or sausage roll filling
4. Serve it on the side of a meat pie or and empanada
5. Eat it with any kind of cooked pork dish (e.g. chops, tenderloin, ham, etc.)
6. Serve it with grilled sausages
7. Serve it with roasted chicken or turkey
8. Serve it with pate
9. Warm goat cheese or brie, pour relish over it and serve
10. Mix it with Greek yogurt to make a dip
11. Puree it and glaze meat, roasted sweet potatoes, butternut squash, etc.
12. Puree it and use as a dipping sauce for egg rolls, samosa, any fried food!
13. Puree it and add it to salad dressing
14. Serve it with a grilled cheese sandwich
15. Serve it on the side of Indian dishes like curry
16. Serve it on a burger, especially a cheese or veggie burger
http://www.jackiegordon.com/index.php/blog/sixteen_ways_to_eat_chutney_and_relish


For too long relish has been the quiet, neglected condiment on the hot dog cart. Well, no more. Those tangy little bits of pickled vegetables can add serious zing, colour and texture to your cooking. So keep a jar handy in the fridge and start using relish in these 5 delicious ways.

Tartar sauce
This traditional sauce served with fish and chips is simply mayonnaise mixed with cucumber sweet relish. Whether you make your own mayo or buy it from the store, stir some in a small bowl with a spoonful of relish and you've got the real deal.

Picnic salads
Give potato salads and macaroni salads a punch of tangy flavour with a heaping spoonful or two of relish. A spicy tomato relish or classic cucumber relish adds a punch of colour to an otherwise pale salad.

Sandwich mixtures
Tuna and egg salad sandwiches are a lunchtime classic. A spoonful of relish in the mixture zings things up a bit and adds satisfying texture. This is the perfect job for dill pickle relish.

Meatloaf
Relish adds some zesty flavour to your meatloaf and keeps it from drying out in the oven. Try mixing some tomato, onion or cucumber relish into your recipe the next time you make this classic family dinner.

Fish accompaniment
Whether it's baked or grilled, white fish or salmon, relish is beautiful and tasty heaped on top of steaming hot fish. One of my favourites is fish en papillote (fish in parchment) ripped open after steaming in its own juices and served with a mound of zesty corn relish on top.

http://www.familyfeedbag.com/2014/03/5-tasty-ways-to-use-relish.html