Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Heinz [Seriously] Good Sauces review


Hands up if you've been basking in a heatwave for the past few days. We have ! As soon as the sun comes out here, Madhouse Daddy is on Sunday lunch duty as we move away from roast dinners to barbecues. There's something about infusing meat with a natural smokiness that takes it to another level, so we always cook enough for a few meals - sausages, chicken, ribs, pork chops, sometimes steak. There's usually plenty for two lunches and two evening meals, so to avoid boredom, we like to mix up the side dishes and accompanying sauces. 


Heinz recently sent us over some of their [Seriously] Good Sauces to review and they are absolutely perfect for pepping up the leftovers and giving the barbecued meats a fresh new taste.

There are four sauces in the range : 

Creamy Chive Sauce, zingy and creamy with potatoes - this is delicious dolloped on top of a baked potato, but we also love it smeared on bagels then topped with smoked salmon. It contains chives and crème fraîche, which also adds a lovely zingy taste to potato salads. I want to give this a try mixed in with mashed potato and a tin of tuna, coated in breadcrumbs and fried as fish cakes. I think the flavours would work together really well.

Creamy Pepper Sauce, creamy and warming with steak - a classic creamy pepper sauce that is the traditional accompaniment to beef, but also goes nicely with burgers, sausages and chicken.

Creamy Tomato & Garlic Sauce, rich and lively with chicken - this does go really well with chicken, but is also very versatile. It's lovely stirred through pasta with cherry tomatoes, olives and parmesan shavings. If you want to go all retro, it would be lovely in an old-fashioned prawn cocktail too, mixed with prawns and tomato wedges and served over salad.

Creamy Béarnaise, perfect with meats and fish - this is a French classic, containing shallots and tarragon, which is similar to a tartare sauce and goes with pretty much everything, from steak to fish and chicken. It's also great as a dip for veggie sticks or crudités if you want to stay on the French theme !


They all have a rich, creamy taste and we loved every one of them so we'll definitely be buying more of these, especially throughout barbecue season.

Heinz [Seriously] Good Sauces are available from Sainsbury’s and Morrisons with an RRP of £1.99

Disclosure : We received the products in order to write an honest review.

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