2 Reviews

This really hit the spot at Christmas. Served with the traditional cold meats on Boxing day. So good two jars went back to the U.K. with my daughter. Now I only have to wait for her to bring more apples next time she flies in and I can make it all over again. What a change not having to boil the mixture, made it all so easy. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us.

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Brian Holley December 29, 2007

Thanks so much for posting this Blast fron the Past, French Tart! I asked for the recipe as a radio show jogged my memory. This pickle was a real hit! Delicious and sweet with loads of sultanas and a "kick" from the Madras curry powder. My children enjoy this the way I did as a child, on toasted cheese. Easy to make, it improves if you can store it unopened for about ten days-that is if you are prepared to wait that long! A real keeper. Thanks!

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Scots Lass/Cairo September 08, 2007
A British Classic - Pan Yan Pickle