Painful Piccalilli

Vegan 190g Net Weight
Vegetarian Hot or Not?
Gluten Free





Painful Piccalilli – Mixed Vegetables in a Mustard Sauce with Carolina Reaper Chillies

Have you go the kahunas to try this incredibly spicy piccalilli? Our amazingly good piccalilli with a good helping of our own grown carolina reaper chillies.

Whether you’re a piccalilli fan or not we have been surprised by the number of non piccalilli eaters that have dared try it, not only have they tried it but bought a few jars at the same time! Credit where it’s due that says it all!

Painful or Not?

We have developed this to ensure that there is just enough sauce to pickle ratio, although enough sauce to prevent it from being too dry. By keeping the tangy acidity levels down it allows you to taste the chillies, not screw your face up with the sharpness. Although it features our milder chillies, you still get a tingle and sweeter flavour than you would with an ordinary pickle. If you think our Painful Piccalilli is far more expensive than the shop bought piccalilli equivalents. Please note how much veg you get cram packed into our jar, not ALL sauce like the big brands and do I need to remind you that this was lovingly had made in Leamington Spa! Once you’ve tried this you’ll consider the bigger brands to be the paupers of the piccalilli world!

Perfect for having on sandwiches and with cold meats all year round, as it’s not overly tangy it will work with a cheese ploughmans too.

Should you come up with any usage ideas that we’ve not thought we’d love to know, heck we might even feature it on the website if you want! If nothing else we’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions by the way of a review. Using this to guage whether you’d like our products milder or spicier.

Ideal with a Ploughmans lunch (meat or cheese), crusty baguettes and other meals that require a mustardy kick! Prices Spices Painful Piccalilli is quite literally sugar, spice and all things nice…

Originally an April fools joke on our website, we fulfilled the orders we got and it has now become as popular as our regular piccalilli!

Here’s Some Usage Ideas

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Vegetables (Cauliflower, Courgette, Gherkin, French Beans)(52%), White Wine Vinegar, Sugar, Carolina Reaper Chilli (10%), Mustard Powder (1%), Gluten Free Plain Flour (Rice, Potato, Tapioca, Maize Buckwheat), Ground Turmeric, Ground Ginger, Salt.
Allergy Advice: for allergens, see ingredients in Bold

Nutritional Information

NutritionPer 100g
of which: saturates0.5g
of which: sugars9.4g
Protein 1.5g

Additional information

Weight525 g
Dimensions10 × 7 × 7 cm

4 reviews for Painful Piccalilli

  1. David Neale (verified owner)

    I have seen volcanos cooler than this, but the brilliant balance between heat and flavour makes this an absolute delight to eat. Rich, delicious and with the kick of a mule. It is absolutely a ‘must try!’

  2. Raj Panchal (verified owner)

    Ordered 3 jars on 4 October. We still haven;t reached Xmas and I’m already buying more of this stuff! If that is a testament to how good this stuff is then I don;t know what is!!!!!

  3. Raj Panchal

    I echo the comments above (Olie Lawson). Tried and purchased this at the Waddesdon Chilli fest and it’s amazing stuff. It’s only been a month but have gone through my first jar, hence I am buying a few more on the line(!).

    I love piccalilli, and this is right up there with the best piccalilli brands, in which I now include Prices spices.

    Well done Mr Price!

  4. Olie Lawson

    Bought some of this at the Chichester Chilli Festival having had the gauntlet thrown down to me on the stall. I love this stuff, despite the name being slightly offputting. I wouldn’t call it painful, more “pokey”.

    It is seriously hot but the heat doesn’t mask the flavour; it is all there and this piccalilli goes very well with an extra mature cheddar. Caution though – you won’t need much, and the burn does persist for a little while. I’ll be buying more when I run out…

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