The Crazy Kitchen: Levi Roots Reggae Reggae Sauces - review

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Monday, 28 May 2012

Levi Roots Reggae Reggae Sauces - review

Myself and my husband like spicy food but the children less so. If I make a curry or a chilli it's usually mild and then we add chilli flakes or Jalapenos to our own which suits all of us. Levi Roots now has a new Reggae Reggae sauce which is milder than their usual sauces so when they offered to send me some I accepted as I knew it would suit everyone.


Levi Roots was first seen on Dragon's Den in 2007 when he was looking for a £50,000 investment from the Dragons to develop his sauces. He secured that investment & has gone on to produce a whole range of table and cooking sauces, along with other products such as ready meals, pasties and wraps.


I decided to use the Reggae sauces, both mild and X-hot as a marinade on some pork loin steaks to go on the barbecue. I did the mild for the children and the X-hot for the adults. I just placed the steaks into a resealable plastic bag and poured the marinade in, mixed it around a bit, sealed the bag and popped them in the fridge for a few hours before barbecuing.


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The steaks were lovely and tasty and although Hanna said they were spicy (she sometimes says bolognaise is spicy!) they didn't have her reaching for the yoghurt or a drink. The X-hot had a bit of a kick straight out of the bottle which was toned down after cooking.


I also made a dressing/dip from both sauces mixing it with equal parts of mayonnaise and Greek yoghurt. It was great as a salad dressing as well as a veggie dip.


We were also sent the Reggae Reggae tomato ketchup which I used in BLT's for brunch. Unfortunately I broke the first rule of blogging here and handed the BLT's out before I had taken a photo!

You can find Levi Roots Reggae Reggae sauce on Facebook here.

We were sent the Reggae Reggae sauces for the purpose of this review

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