(Part 2) Best olives, pickles & relishes according to redditors

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We found 154 Reddit comments discussing the best olives, pickles & relishes. We ranked the 94 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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Top Reddit comments about Olives, Pickles & Relishes:

u/_salt86 · 8 pointsr/fresno

If anyone was as confused as i was

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https://www.amazon.com/Van-Holtens-Large-Spicy-Pickle/dp/B00WXG3MCM

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it's a spicy pickle. Not a pickle that you put in the microwave.

u/shootingbutt · 6 pointsr/kingcobrajfs

I had to pause to see what the label said on the maca-ronnie.
Its this https://www.amazon.com/Marconi-Medium-Giardiniera-16-Ounce/dp/B015SGET5C

u/magooisim · 5 pointsr/Cooking

I do not have a recipe. The one time I made it, it was pretty mediocre. Fortunately I'm in Chicago.

But for everyone else, this is my favorite commercial store bought brand: Marconi Hot

u/THEthatdude · 4 pointsr/Showerthoughts

In my honest, unbiased opinion, my favorite type of pickle is the Dill Pickle Spears (link to buy if your interested :3) for a couple of reasons. One, the pickle slices just taste weird alone to me. On a hamburger they are great however they are just very strange tasting, probably because of the extra surface are to the vinegar and juices. The whole pickles are great for eating alone, however are a little too crunchy to add onto sandwiches or hamburgers. That's why I prefer the spears, I used to eat them all the time as a kid and they are about the same consistency as the slices to put on hamburgers and such. So there you go. Eat a pickle.

u/AnomalyNexus · 4 pointsr/southafrica

Well most of the SA meals are primarily meat based frankly.

I also eat primarily vegetarian and one SA thing I've found very helpful is Mrs Balls Chutney. It's got various uses but I primarily use it to fix veg dishes that turned out a bit too bland. So if I made a veg stew and didn't include enough unami components then I'll throw a tabblespoon of chutney on top of it.

u/MaroonTrojan · 3 pointsr/pickling
u/retailguypdx · 3 pointsr/AskCulinary

So probably my most favorite ham sandwich ever... the "ham toastie" from my time in Scotland. Ham, sharp cheddar cheese, and Branston pickle (yes, it is an Amazon link, but if you buy it there, some infinitesimal amount of money will be donated to remove mines from war torn countries).

Anyway, ham + cheddar + Branston pickle = AMAZING!

u/morrock14 · 3 pointsr/spicy
u/FunForTheTeam · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Same here, so I cook allot of bland food.

LPT: A spoon full of spicy pickels

Ahmed Mango Pickle in Öl - 1kg https://www.amazon.de/dp/B01899BB56

u/pretender230 · 2 pointsr/bon_appetit

Here you go. I think it’s these.

u/MOOzikmktr · 2 pointsr/spicy
u/CammiOh · 1 pointr/unpopularopinion

https://www.amazon.com/Vlasic-Sweet-Midgets-Pickles-Total/dp/B06X3VY4DT Both are terrible. Midget or Little People. Pickle or Fisher Price toy?

u/daterbase · 1 pointr/spicy

I don't think you're gonna do much better than using hot sauce or fresh/pickled peppers on your hot dogs if you're going for heat. Obviously you can pair different types of sauces and peppers with other ingredients.

Giardiniera is another good option but if you don't live in Chicago you may have a hard time getting some.

This is a pretty primo selection of hot dog toppings right here. I've never had the Vienna Beef giardiniera, but all their other products are pretty legit.

u/Titan_Uranus__ · 1 pointr/mealprep
u/kartoos · 1 pointr/india

Similar, but a chutney

u/ZCM1084 · 1 pointr/spicy

Ok So I checked. Try out Indian Pickles. Indian Pickles unlike American are vegetables stored in Chili powder and vegetable or sesame oil. Growing up I would always have it with rice. Some pickles do have vinegar but most don't. Mango Pickles, Mix Veg Pickles, Tomato Pickles, Garlic Pickles. Here is one. My favourite one is mango ginger pickle, it does have an acid regulator but its not vinegar its E 330 (citric acid). The link is here. But I would advice buying it from a nearest Indian or Asian Market

u/Cloud_Disconnected · 0 pointsr/tipofmytongue

[CLAUSSEN PICKLE SLICES DELI STYLE HEARTY GARLIC FLAVOR 20 OZ PACK OF 3] (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01K370UTA/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_8tmUBbDXG8C9P)