You can add many different spices to add flavour to pickled gooseberries; ginger, cinnamon, cloves, mustard seeds and peppercorns all work really well. You could also add lemon zest for extra sharpness or chilli if you like a little heat.
The most traditional serving of pickled gooseberries is with mackerel but pickled gooseberries would also be a fantastic accompaniment to a cheeseboard, the acidity cutting through rich cheeses such as a strong cheddar or soft, lemony goat’s cheese. Gooseberries also pair well with rich meats such as pork and game birds.
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