Friday afternoon condiment war. Come on then!!!
Too many to choose from. Honourable mentions to Branston Pickle, Henderson's relish and Cholula hot sauce.
Damn tasty and from one of the most picturesque places on earth...
See if you can spot the worlds largest pyramid in the pic ^
Anyone do anything with Gentleman's a Relish? I love Anchovies but not sure what to do with it.
In no particular order
Heinz salad cream
Hendersons? Pfffh, it's ok but can't even compare to the king that is Worcestershire
@ on and on
Balsamic Glaze wins. I forgot about that one and it lasts for ever.
Consume within 2 years of opening...Epic!.
Gentleman's Relish - Worcester sauce's base is also anchovies, as of course is Thai Fish sauce so anything they work with I imagine.
Houns - comparing Henderson's to Worcestershire sauce is pointless. They are two completely different things.
Hendo's is still betterer
Tesco used to do a thing of legend; a ultra bargain basement 'you skanky bastard' labelled 'value' brown sauce. It was 28p and it was the finest thing to ever grace a sausage sarnie.
However, it was made by Premier Foods (the makers of the only other correct answer on this thread, Branston Pickle) and after the great factory fire of 2004, production stopped.
I no longer shop at Tescos, so am unaware if it ever made a comeback.
So that is the answer - 28p value brown sauce.
Hawkshead Sun dried tomato and garlic chutney is lovely - especially with cheese.
Rather like Reggae Reggae sauce and occasionally a bit of chili sauce.
Sweet Jesus!!! I can safely report that 'Christ on a Bike' chilli sauce is hotter than the surface of the sun
There is no one best condiment.
There are too many foods for clear winners. Although the Chillis Galore Inferno Naga/chipotle sauce in my fridge sees a lot of action in upgrading child friendly chili and curry dishes to adult strength.
Not so hot you cannot ingest on its own in small quantities but a robust chili flavour and heat. Yum yum.
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