TORTURED ORCHARD’S Great Seasoning Sauces!

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Here’s a new product I am really excited about;

Tortured Orchard All Natural Seasoning Sauces.
Check out their website at http://torturedorchard.com/.


I love their byline “A SPIRITED REBELLION OF FLAVORS”.  I’ll give you a quick rundown on what I am
going to be experimenting with.

GOLDEN SAUCE: a mustard based pepper sauce, great for proteins
and vegetables.  Another interesting
suggestion of Tortured Orchard for this one is a tofu stir-fry.  I think I’m going to try that.

LEMON GINGER TWIST: a sweet sauce to use as a marinade, or
for a new “twist” to pasta or couscous.
Also nice on fruit and ice cream!!
Now were talkin’!

GARLIC BALSAMIC DRIZZLE: also a great marinade, dipping
sauce or sandwich spread.  Tortured
Orchard suggests using it to coat chicken wings.  Another excuse for me to make wings!

SPICED PINEAPPLE ZINGER: a spiced fruit and veggie fusion, perfect
as a chutney or salsa.  Put it on your
bagel and cream cheese, try it with chips, or top your baked brie with this
one.

SWEET APPLE BLUSH: use this as a replacement for your
favorite jelly.  Try it on your breakfast
toast, pancakes or crepes.  Great as a
winter vegetable glaze, and here we go again…on ice cream!

Check back here soon as I will be putting up my recipes for
all these great Tortured Orchard products.

For more information on these sauces and to purchase, please
visit http://torturedorchard.com/.

Categories: The Pantry

Author: hrh_thechef

3 comments

  1. Marilyn Burton says:

    These sauces sound fantastic ! Do you know if they’re available in Australia yet ? Would love to get my hands on some!

  2. Lisa says:

    I couldn’t find the window to comment on your little guy showing us all the ‘proper way’ to eat a peanut butter cup, bu he definitely had it down pat! 😉 What a cutie pie!

    That said, these sauces look great! I would love to try the spiced pineapple zinger.

  3. Julie says:

    I’ll try to get the comments section fixed on that page. Thanks for letting me know.

    I’m going to try the “zinger” sauce and will post about it soon.

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