Dave’s award-winning Steak Sauce brings out the best flavors of your steak with its bold and satisfying blend of orange juice, tamarind, and spices. This sauce also makes a great BBQ sauce and marinade for steaks, ribs, and grilled chicken.
This rich blend of green mango, tamarind, fresh fruits, and aromatic spices is the perfect complement to any meal. This product is extremely good on meat dishes, seafood, or as the secret ingredient in your favorite recipes.
PETA Steak Sauce (10 FL.OZ. / 283 g): From the Chile Pepper Republic comes another sauce for People for the Eating of Tasty Animals. Where's the beef ...and the veal, pork, and chicken too? And don't forget the whale, dolphin, baby seal, and panda. Loving all God's creatures next to my potatoes. Ingredients: Tomato Puree, Vinegar, Raisins, Dextrose, Salt, Modified Food Starch, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Caraml Color, Spices, Orange Concentrate, Potassium Sorbate, Sodium Benzoate, Onion, and Garlic. Brand: PETA Sauces Manufacturer: Chile Pepper Republic Awards: none
With hints of Garlic, Onions, Black Pepper and the delicate sweetness of Fig, this bold and zesty taste sensation has all the rich and complex flavor you've come to expect from Ring of Fire. It's sure to give your beef, pork, poultry and fish creations the critical acclaim you've been waiting for. It really is the difference between well done and done well.
Tamarindo Bay brings forth visions of warm surf and world-class billfishing to many. But here, Tamarindo Bay Steak Sauce reinvents the concept of a red meat, roast, game and poultry sauce. Created with fruit, spice and a dash of pepper, and with a nod to the traditional English/Jamaican pepper sauces, this thick tropical sauce offers the perfect accompaniment to all grilled, baked and broiled meats and poultry, cheeses, gravies, stews and tofu dishes too.
The driving flavor here is the Tamarind ("Tamarindo" in Spanish), a date-like fruit you've met in Worcestershire Sauce, blended in a base of banana, pineapple, cayenne pepper, molasses, onion, garlic and spices. Tamarindo Bay is similar to the popular Jamaican "Pic-a-Pepper Sauce" but fruitier, sweeter and a bit hotter. We love to marinate chops in this sauce, cut with 50% white wine or beer and a healthy dose of garlic. Go ahead, take the drop.