Our Sillylilli is based on Grandad Charlie's traditional Piccalilli recipe. Each jar is packed full of crunchy vegetables with an easy balance of sweet/sour that allows the spice and vegetable to shine with a fiery chilli glow for those that like it hot hot hot! Versatile condiment that compliments any dish.


Chilli rating: 

Hot - (but with true depth of flavour)


Calder’s Kitchen top tip:

Calder’s Kitchen Top Tip: If you enjoy curried beans on toast as a weekend snack, warm yourbeanson the hob as usual, add two tablespoons of Sillylilli (no need for additional curry powder), stir well and serve on buttered toast. Life changing!!



(Allergens in bold): Vegetables in varying proportions 58%(cauliflowers, courgettes, cucumbers, onions, carrots, Scotch Bonnet chillies), malt vinegar (barley), sugar, cornflour, mustard powder, mixed spices (mustard), turmeric, Habanero chilli powder

Calder's Kitchen Sillylilli - 310g

  • Calder's Kitchen was formed by husband and wife team Andrew and Anne-Marie Calder in 2015

    Andrew and Anne-Marie started making Piccalilli in the family kitchen after discovering Andrew's late Granddad, Charlie's favourite family recipe and deciding to 'give it a go'.

    They take pride in their values which are providing quality, fresh and unique flavours, hard work and making customers smile.

    After initially giving their first batch to family and friends to try and receiving great feedback, the family started to sell hampers at Christmas to raise money for a school in Tanzania, East Africa.

    Andrew and Anne-Marie have now developed two variations on the traditional recipe, Chillililli which has a delicious medium strength sweet chilli glow and later, the slightly naughty spicy Sillylilli (Andrew's favourite which he now eats with, well pretty much everything!).

  • The store stocks a number of piccalilli and we make no apologies for doing so. Artisan piccalilli seems unique in the fact that each variety, whilst recognisably Piccalilli, have a complexity of their own. Andrew and Anne-Marie have been really clever in producing a piccalilli for every occasion...and no, none of them are bright yellow!