Geeta’s Sauces – with an Indian Twist *

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Who doesn’t love a bit of a dunk and a drizzle when it comes to sauces? This new range of Geeta’s sauces couldn’t be more appropriate for the impending heatwave, which naturally brings barbecues galore and alfresco dining.

Coming in 4 new flavours, there is bound to be one that tickles your fancy. From fruity with the Zesty Mumbai Mango and Lime and the Fruity Premium Mango. To the more spicy flavours of the Zingy Keralan Red Pepper and Mustard, and Spicy Madras Tomato and Chilli. Each bottle retails at £1.99 and can currently be found on Ocado and selected independent retailers nationwide. 

Geeta's Sauces

These sauces are versatile and can be used to marinate, stir-fry, dip or drizzle with pretty much anything you like. Veggies, white fish, tofu, prawns, beef, halloumi, chicken, salad, you get the idea. 

I was lucky enough to be gifted two bottles of Geeta’s Sauces and frankly couldn’t wait to get stuck in. Mango is one of my favourites ever so expectations were high here. 

Geeta's Sauces Mango Sauce Bao Buns

Pairing with chicken, this mango sauce had a real kick of spice to it which wasn’t expected. Not only was this fruity, thick, sticky and gnarly when cooked, it was utterly delicious. If you follow on Insta you may have seen the insta stories of the attempt to make these bao buns, and I have to say what a great success! 

Geeta's Sauces Zingy Keralan Red Pepper and Mustard

Next up was the Zingy Keralan Red Pepper & Mustard. The lovely Eat Explore Etc messaged saying this was great and paired it with a sausage nana bread sandwich with coriander, fried egg and spring onion How epic does that sound! Sadly I didn’t have that to hand. 

Nonetheless wacking this over veggies and barbecuing was genius. A lip smacking hum of heat and chargrilled goodness from the barbecue, you simply know you’re onto a winner.  Sweeter than the mango, this sauce took well with the veggies despite minimal marinating time. Simple, but scrummy it too worked well as a bit of dippage for the sausage. 

Overall I am impressed with these new Geeta’s Sauces. Loved both, and given their versatility they are a good option to have in your cupboard to pizzaz any dish. 

Which would you choose, and what would you pair it with?

Nibbles ‘n’ Scribbles x

*Gifted 

 

1 Comment

  1. 24th June 2019 / 7:20 pm

    I think you know my answer 😉 but I love the sound of all these sauces. I’d have never thought of putting it in a bao bun like that, such a great idea!

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