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Edna’s Pickles is a Canadian business started in Year 2004 in Mississauga, Ontario, that makes a line of Gourmet Indian chutneys and relishes. We also sell a recipe books that is a collection of tried and tested recipes self published by Edna Fernandes. Edna has always loved making pickles in various flavours, creating new blends and trying out new techniques. With interest in the culinary art, she was encouraged to promote her home-made Indian pickles, curries and sweets at community events.
Edna’s Pickles are an unique blend of Indian spices that lend a perfect taste and texture to our line of relishes of Mango, Eggplant, Gherkins, Carrots, lime, Cabbage, Beets etc. flavours.
In Year 2004 she first showcased her pickles at the One of a Kind Spring Show in Toronto. Since the response was overwhelming she continued to exhibit at various Art & Craft Shows in Ontario.
Over the years she has continued to attract and establish a satisfied clientele. Her aim is to pursue to create ideal quality homemade products, addictive enough to have people coming back for more.
Indian pickle is like a relish or chutney. It is a combination of fruits or vegetables with a special blend of spices, sugar and vinegar. In India, there are many varieties of pickle and each family makes their own version. Flavour, texture and ingredients can vary from pickle to pickle.
Indian relishes and chutneys are traditionally served with rice and are used to add flavour to a meal. A spicy pickle accents a mild curry and a sweet pickle complements a spicy curry. Today, pickles can accompany everything - rice, noodles, barbecued fish, grilled chicken and meats, roast beef and cold-cut sandwiches to enhance the taste. They can also be used as a dip with tortilla chips or bread, samosas, on hamburgers, hot dogs and even with goat cheese.