'Brown sauce gone pure mad' - great as a BBQ accompaniment.
This hot savory sauce is akin to a thicker, raunchier cousin of a steak sauce. Robust umami and simmered real fruit & veg contrast and support the flavors of any seared food be it veg or meat. Great with burgers, steak & real spud chips await this with its malty vinegar and tamarind zest, its a great party guest on your food plate.
Also comes in a new 2022 variety called "Brown Sauce Gone Mad 2.0 with more vegetable and fruit added to improve the pour and feel. We don't like or use the xanthum gum-glue so we adjust using real veg and fruit thickening solutions to make sauce naturally more rich and pourish. That's my made up word for viscous.
For reasons of time we usually say its a bit like a steak sauce. But that is not even a taste of the real tale. Many culinary cultures have a version of this brown fruit n vegetable sauce. Japanese have a similar sauce called "Tonkatsu", a sauce for pork cutlets, Italy a Milanese for chicken, pork, or veal. The Germans call it schnitzel and the Paddy's and The Brits have some version of brown sauce - the opposite partner on tables but equal of Red sauce AKA ketchup. Called HP sauce and famous for good tasty reasons.
Irish Brown then is a take on the theme with more tang, fruit and spiciness. Hattwoods Irish Hot Brown Steak Sauce Gone Mad is sultry mix of Caribbean peppers, a complexity of fruits, tomatoes, tamarind & seasonings; slow-simmered for a one-of-a-kind table sauce, full of rich, deep umami flavors.
It is akin to a zestier steak sauce & a magnificent marinade.
Brilliant on burgers & fries. Makes a spiced dip for roast veg,
It is classy on chops & great with fish ‘n’ chips.
Serving suggestion - caramelized onions, blue cheese, moist turkey burger and Irish hot Brown Sauce. Serve with real potato fries.
Was initially and formerly known as The Mad Hatter. The inspired sauce result if a metaphorical Brit sauce had a hot Caribbean holiday fling & this is the saucy baby. Tamarind base, killer app on meat - burgers, fish and chips, steak, chops etc.
A hard working New York based Kerryman (Shopping for a sauce to wow his Cuban Girlfriend) said in a wide brogue " 'tis like a Brown sauce gone pure mad!"
Brown Sauce is the Irish and British ketchup - often to be found side by side on every table and called red sauce and brown sauce. Easy.
Hattwood sauces generally contain less than 1 % in combined added sugars and salt.
- Low Added Salt: 0.15%
- Low Added Raw Sugar: 0.5%
Made with malt vinegar - so very tasty but 'may' contain traces of gluten.
Ingredients: Tomatoes, Water, Hot Peppers,
Onions, Apples, Mild Peppers,
Carrots, Garlic, Fruit,
Raw Sugars, Tamarind, Fruit Juice,
Oil, Salt, Herbs & Spices.