Incorporating eclectic sauces and seasonings into your dishes is a great way to mix things up in the kitchen. These sauces will add unique flavors to ingredients you use every day. Even if you’re not an adventurous foodie, we bet you’ll really enjoy some of these!
We put this sauce on everything. Whether you’re making pulled pork sliders or want a sweet and savory stir fry, Huli-Huli is a great go to. You can buy a two pack for $11.98. The sauce combines ingredients like brown cane sugar, soy sauce, and ginger to create a great sweet and savory flavor. Whether you’re using it to marinate meat or using it in your homemade BBQ sauce, this is a great go to!
Anytime we make stir fry or ramen, you can bet that we are using this. The chili paste provides great flavor from chilies without giving your dishes overwhelming heat. If you like a little heat, this is a great one to have in your pantry. Try it on meat, soups, or just plain rice with soy sauce. You won’t be disappointed.
Mushrooms, sunflower oil, black summer truffle, salt, garlic, parsley, and spices. You really cannot go wrong with this Italian sauce. You can buy a jar for $7.99 . It’s recommended to be used over veggies, pastas, meats, or on crusty bread. Open your favorite bottle of wine and slice a baguette to enjoy with this.
“Mina Harissa Spicy is a spicy chili pepper sauce made with chilies, garlic and olive oil. This sauce is the perfect complement to any meal and it will transform your meal into a culinary journey.” It combines ingredients like Moroccan peppers, garlic, olive oil, vinegar, salt, and red bell pepper. Use this sauce over rice, pastas, in soups, as a marinade, or mixed with hummus. It’s versatile and the North-African flavors adds nice spice to dishes.
This South African sauce combines ingredients like Serrano chilies, the African Bird’s Eye chili, garlic, and lemon. The sauce is great when used as a marinade or as a condiment on veggies and meats. We love it on chicken and grilled vegetables.
The classic Jamaican sauce is great because of the “sweet, mellow flavor of cane vinegar”. It was created in 1921 and combines ingredients like tomatoes, onions, sugar, cane vinegar, mangoes, raisins, peppers, and spices. They age these ingredients in oak barrels. Apparently, topping a block of cream cheese with this sauce transforms it into an amazing dip… while we can’t vouch for that, we’ve heard it’s amazing. Try it as a marinade or sauce on whatever you’d like — great on meat and veggies too! It’s said to be the “Jamacian Ketchup”. It goes with everything.
Another North-African seasoning. This combines rich, earthy, herb flavors through ingredients like cilantro, coriander, saffron, garlic, and parsley. This sauce is great on seafood and roasted vegetables.
If you’re in the mood to try some North-Indian curry, give this one a shot. It’s made using tomato, yogurt, and garam masala spices like cinnamon, cumin, and clove. It’s recommended that you use this sauce when making traditional tikka masala or on shrimp, paneer, or vegetables.
Gochujang is a traditional fermented chili sauce that originates in Korea. Whether you’re using it as a marinade or dipping sauce, it will provide bold flavor to your meal. It provides flavor similar to sriracha, but is a bit sweeter. Try it on fried rice or stir fry veggies.
This German favorite adds great flavor to sausages and meats. It’s made from a combination of brown mustard seeds, vinegar, and spices. Next time you’re grilling and making some bratwursts, make sure to put some of this on top!