Thursday, 14 April 2011
Sweet Sinful Sauces
Sinful Sauces are fast gaining in popularity thanks to their “7 deadly sins” collection of hot sauces. Not only is the design of the brand very appealing but the time and effort put in by the owners of Sinful Sauces, a husband and wife team, really shows in the quality of the hot sauces.
There is a taste for everyone in the 7 deadly sins collection but our focus for now is on the sweet hot sauces such as “Envy”. The mildest of the lot, this is not your average hot sauce as Kiwi is used as a main ingredient along with a hint of lime for sharpness and green jalapenos to provide the heat. The result is a hot sauce that is incredibly alluring in colour and wonderfully refreshing in flavour.
Sinful Sauces “Passion” hot sauce is a tad hotter as orange habaneros have been used although in such a delicate way that the balance of pineapple and passionfruit is not affected. We have tried this hot sauce in smoothies and milkshares and it is just out of this world. It also works really well poured over a good piece of sponge cake.
A lot of chilli suppliers either use apricot or mango in their produce but Sinful Sauces Addiction hot sauce has got both combined along with a hint of cider vinegar so the mix is not overly sweet. Here again orange habaneros bring in some heat which means the hot sauce is entering the realm of medium hot sauces.
Last but certainly not least in the sweet hot sauces of 7 deadly sins collection is “Sublime”. Sinful Sauces have got this hot sauce just right, using clementines as the main ingredient counterbalanced with honey, lemon, lime and a touch of cider vinegar. We are really glad they used the Scotch Bonnet chilli pepper to create the heat as its particular flavour goes really well with fruity aromas whilst bringing in some heat!
We have had these hot sauces from Sinful Sauces for a couple of weeks now and just cannot decide on a favourite they are that unique so we cannot wait to see which ones becomes the most sinful!Read This Also :