Mr. Singh's is a family success story, one that started in a garden shed and now has it's products in stores such as Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, and Ocado. It seems now that Mr. Singh's is going from strength to strength and is planning to release more sauces and products later in the year.
Chipotle chillis are smoked jalapenos, usually dried or preserved in sauce which add a wonderful warm and rich smokiness to foods. Sainsbury's have brought out a tomato ketchup that has the trendy ingredient added to it - Sainsbury's Smokey Chipotle Chilli Ketchup.
The sauce is a bright orange colour with flecks of red, a really attractive and natural looking sauce which has come from blending up the Habanero and Scotch Bonnet peppers.
First up is the Cottage Delight Mexican Hot & Sweet Jalapeño Sauce which is a almost translucent, lime colour sauce with flecks of green jalapeño throughout the sauce.
YesChilli Hot Sauce is pan roasted & sun dried dark pepper, and ginger based oil that is made in the UK. The ingredients in YesChilli Hot Sauce are just Sunflower oil, pepper, ginger, and soya extract, which sounds promising since I find that oils are best when just a few strong ingredients are added.
Spontaneous Combustion Chicken Wing Sauce is made by Southwest Specialty Food, Inc (the company sometimes goes under the Ass Kickin’ brand), and this sauce comes all the way from Arizona USA. I picked this up from my local Hot Headz online shop since I love trying different wing sauces, and really liked the packaging this sauce comes in.
Buffalo Wings. Man, I love Buffalo Wings. My friend got me this sauce from Texas, saying that it's very popular over there. I know that Frank's hot sauce is the most popular sauce for making Buffalo wings, but I wondered what the next big 'go-to sauce' is for wings, and apparently it is Louisiana Wing Sauce by Bruce Foods Corporation.
So, Smack My Ass & Call Me Sally is a novelty Habanero hot sauce which comes from Florida, US. As you can see, some poor lad has had his bare bottom smacked hard, and crying
A short review today since I doubt you'll able to buy this sauce anymore because Encona released this limited edition to coincide with the World Cup 2014 in Brazil (England fans have already forgotten this ever happened).
I like to keep an eye on what supermarkets are doing with their own brand sauces, and it's great when you come across an attempt that is actually quite good. Well Sainsbury's, this one is a blinder.