Pickleez, spelled pikliz in Haitian Creole, is an extremely popular condiment in Haitian cuisine. In Haiti, pickleez is eaten with fritay or deep-fried foods. It is served in elaborate receptions or on the side of any plate.
Pickleez goes on any dish you want to add some sass to: sautéed vegetables, tuna salad, barbecued meat, pulled pork, pulled pork sandwiches, ribs, and whatever pleases your palate or any dish you want to add a kick to. You name it! Pickleez is spicy, but so flavorful!
Pickleez with a Little Bit of Sass is for the hot-pepper lover and the heat from the Scotch Bonnet (aka habanero) Pepper will be felt right where it's needed.
Made in Portland, OR by Creole Me Up. The founder, Elsy, was was raised in Jérémie, Haiti, where she used to crush the ingredients for the épis of the day in her family kitchen's wooden mortar and pestle. She founded Creole Me Up in 2017, with the goal of providing chemical and allergen-free plant-based products with rich flavors while staying true to her Haitian roots, culture, and background.