Steers - Hot Peri Peri Sauce

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Maker:

Steers
South Africa

Pepper(s):

Peri Peri

Ingredients:

Water, Sugar, Tomato Paste, Onion, Stabalizer (modified Starch, Xanthan Gum), Salt, Acidifyer, Reconstituted Worchester Sauce (caramel Colour, Sulpher Dioxide), Spices (pepper, Chili) (wheat Gluten) (irradiated), MSG (flavour Enhanser), Preservatives: Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate

Description:

Official: "Our hot peri-peri sauce unleashes a burning desire for more flavourful food. This sauce will make even the blandest chip ignite in your mouth. And its hot flavour is sure to get tongues wagging.
Steers suggests: skewer cubed chicken, pepper, onion and baste liberally while pan frying or braising. You cant help but serve this one hot."

User Reviews

The opinions expressed in these reviews are soley those of their author.

  • B3.3

    Reviewed by on September 28th, 2016

    • Taste: 4
    • Aroma: 3.4
    • Looks: 3
    • Heat: 2
    • Label: 2.3

    Label:

    Looks very generic and simple. Bottle size is pretty big, but really isnt enough. Pour size is good for me.

    Looks:

    Pecan brown, think texture and slightly gooey. Consistency is that of watered down tomato paste. Also similar to other peri peri sauces.

    Aroma:

    Peri peri sauce smell. Everything on the ingredients list, especially the tomato paste is clearly present in the sauces smell. It also wouldnt suprise you that it tastes the way it smells.

    Taste:

    The taste, compared to other peri peri sauces, is quite average. I could taste the generic peri blend i was expecting; bbq tang, little bit smoked, the tomato paste is present and the garlic is in there. It works exactly how a peri peri sauce should work and its done a great job.

    Heat:

    The heat isnt as hot as other sto0re chillis, but it is hot enough for amateurs. My younger siblings could handle it, im sure you guys can.

    Overall:

    Its a humble sauce that gets the job done. Provides a great taste that works with everything and doesnt fail to flavour food. Its heat could improve to become a real hot sauce in my book.


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