Piccalilli is a British appetite of chopped pickled vegetables and spices. British piccalilli contains assorted vegetables - consistently cauliflower and vegetable bottom - and seasonings of alacrity and turmeric. It is acclimated as an accessory to foods such as sausages, bacon, eggs, toast, cheese, and tomatoes.
In the Northeastern Affiliated States, bartering piccalillis are based on diced candied peppers, either red or green. This appearance is actual agnate to candied pepper relish, with the piccalilli actuality acclaimed by accepting a darker red or blooming blush and like British piccalilli, the chunks are beyond and it is tangier and beneath sweet. It is a accepted topping on such foods as hamburgers and hot dogs.
In the Midwestern Affiliated States, bartering piccalillis are based on cautiously chopped gherkins; ablaze blooming and on the candied side, they are generally acclimated as a additive for Chicago-style hot dogs. This appearance is sometimes alleged "neon relish."
In the Southern Affiliated States, piccalilli is beneath popular. In its place, chow-chow, a appetite with a abject of chopped blooming (unripe) tomatoes is offered. This appetite may additionally accommodate onions, alarm peppers, cabbage, blooming beans and added vegetables. While not absolutely agnate to added piccalillis, chow-chow is generally alleged as such and the agreement may be acclimated interchangeably.