Manfood Beer Barbecue Sauce 300g


If you’re looking for something to make an impact at your next barbecue, you need Manfood beer barbecue sauce. A base of beer adds malty depth to the tangy, sweet and spicy sauce.

The intense flavour of Manfood beer barbecue sauce is better suited to marinating and glazing than dipping. Marinade chicken wings and drumsticks, or brush over racks of ribs on the barbecue to make a sticky, charred glaze. Stir the sauce into a chilli con carne for a barbecue twist, or use to spice up baked beans.

Manfood was started by friends Jon Honeyball and Andre Dang. When Jon complained about the lack of properly crisp and chunky pickles, Andre took up the challenge of creating the perfect pickle. The first success became Manfood’s chunky piccalilli. Andre soon turned his hand to classics like bread & butter pickles and mango chutney. The result is a range of pickles, chutneys, sauces and jellies that are big on flavour and texture. Simply grab a Manfood jar and enjoy with most things you’ll find in your fridge.

Ingredients: beer (barley, malt, hops, water) (34%), passata, tomato paste, brown sugar, molasses, English mustard (water, mustard flour, salt, turmeric, pimiento), cider vinegar, orange juice, salt, Worcestershire sauce (malt vinegar (barley), spirit vinegar, molasses, sugar, salt, anchovies (fish), tamarind extract, onions, garlic, spice, flavourings), garlic, onion powder, paprika, mustard powder, cornflour, black pepper, cayenne pepper, ginger powder, orange zest. Allergens are listed in bold. Manufactured in an environment where peanuts, mustard and crustacean are present.


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