Posted on: August 07 2019
It’s no exaggeration to say that our Sweet Mustard Ketchup never fails to stun and delight every time we get it out for Trackle-fans to taste. A sweet piquancy, a good strong kick and a regal shade of yellow – this stuff is like bottled sunshine. We make it with a combination of wholegrain and smooth mustards and a measure of spices for perfect balance.
When at shows across the country, people often ask “how would I eat it?” - here are some of our favourite ways to consume this culinary marvel:
1) Mixed with honey and used as a simple marinade. We have a great recipe for Barbecued Sticky Chicken Thighs but it’s also superb used to marinade a host of other eats – why not try it...
Posted on: May 28 2019
It's not only our ingredients that we source with love and care...we also want to do our bit for the environment.
When you order Tracklements directly from us, not only will you get the best quality, most scrumptious products but you can also rest assured that our packaging is green too:
"I would just like to say that my whole family were very impressed by your green packaging - we love the product too, but the biodegradable packing nuts were gone in 60 seconds and used to water the lawn, the bubble wrap bags went straight on the compost and the box went into the recycling, which meant only 2 minutes work to dispose of all the packaging and no worries about it taking up a...
Posted on: March 01 2019
This UK’s first wholegrain mustard is grainy and sweet with warm chilli flavour; adding pizazz to roast beef, gammon or mature cheddar, it’s a fantastic addition to meaty sandwiches and does something truly transcendent to cheese on toast!
1. A midweek meal or Sunday supper; mix Original Wiltshire Mustard with mascarpone and cheddar, stuff chicken breast and wrap in mouth-watering bacon rashers. https://www.tracklements.co.uk/pantry/recipes/mustard-stuffed-chicken-with-original-mustard
2. Glaze, dollop or dip; why not add Original Wiltshire Mustard to succulent sausages to create a sweet and sticky dish with fabulous flavour.
3. Swirl a spoonful...