So it’s been a little while since my last post and I’ve been itching to write with no inspiration but then as if by magic what popped through the door but a lovely parcel from Mr Singh’s Sauces!
I first had a try of this company in my subscription box to The Vegan Kind a couple of months ago with their Chilli, Lemon and Cracked Salt flavour crisps which I absolutely LOVED. Now I am not usually one for too much spice because I’m admittedly a massive pansy, but I do like a nice chilli flavour and these crisps really hit the spot, and if you’re like me with your heat tolerance, paired with a big tub of hummus you have got a winning combo!
Mr Singh’s are a family run business from East London and one of the friendliest companies I’ve ever had the pleasure to speak to, so I was more than happy when they offered to send me some of their sauces to try out.
I got so excited when I saw the BBQ Chilli flavour because I am a fiend for barbecue flavoured anything. I knew I had to pop out to grab some jackfruit for the ultimate test (they’re now selling cans for £1.20 in sainsbury’s fyi!), and wow I am so glad this is how I tried it out! The chilli flavour in the sauce gave just enough heat that you can taste it without overpowering the flavour, and the sweetness from the jackfruit balanced out the spice so well. Pop it into a wrap with salad or over some rice and veggies and you’ve got a deeeelish meal.
Drain a can of jackfruit while your frying pan heats up.
Add jackfruit to the pan and cook on high until it’s goes almost crispy and you can start to shred it with a fork.
Add as little or as much of your sauce of choice as you’d like! I used a fair bit because I like it saucy.
Continue to cook on a medium heat so that the sauce doesn’t burn the pan, until it thickens and all the jackfruit is coated.
And serve! Super easy and really tasty.
Next up to try was the Hot Punjabi Chilli sauce, which I drizzled over some sesame broccoli and noodles. If you are a fan of Sriracha then this is the one for you. Perfectly spicy with a slight sweetness from the molasses coming through. Just try not to go overboard with the drizzling or your mouth may be on fire!
Now for someone who can hardly handle spice, I really, really like Mr Singh’s product’s because although there is heat, the flavours that power over that are incredible and so tasty.
Have you tried anything from Mr Singh’s? If not then you definitely need to! You can order directly through their website Mr Singh’s Sauce, or find a list of their stockists on there too.