Did you know that the word "relish" is thought to have originated from the early French word "reles," which translates to "remainder" or "leftover." This could be due to relishes being used to store leftover or extra vegetables and fruits. Relish is a type of condiment. It's a vinegar-based preserve that contains finely chopped vegetables, fruit, or both, and is frequently served as a side dish. It is also commonly used as a spread on sandwiches or mixed into sauces, but it has a chunkier texture than your regular condiments like ketchup or mustard. They are perfect to add a big, bold boost of flavour to any dish it is served with.
Fresh Cucumbers, Sugar, Vinegar, Salt, Red Bell Peppers, Spices, Mustard Seed, Celery Seed, Sodium Benzoate (Preservative), Xanthan Gum, Tartrazine, Billiant Blue FCF, Polysorbate 80.