Review: Sartain’s Menu Sauce & Marinade



Smoky Hot Chipotle Peppers with Garlic & Tequila…Now doesn’t that sound amazing!  What is it you ask?  It’s Sartain’s Menu “The Sauce”.  Literally, that’s it’s name because it is THE Sauce!  It’s made with smokey hot chipotle peppers, sweet wild mountain honey, and fresh garlic and golden tequila.  The perfect blend of spice & sweet and fabulous on steaks, stir-fry, burritos, and more!  Besides their famous sauce, Sartain’s Menu also has a fantastic Aztec & Szechwan flavored marinade great on everything from pork and beef to fish and chicken!  Available at  Visit their website for great recipe ideas using Sartain’s Menu Sauce & Marinade!

About Sartain’s Menu:

“We are a company founded on one concept: good flavor should be easy, flavorful and exciting.  This is not another “hot pepper and vinegar” sauce.  Our collection of flavors from Mexico and Asia are melded into something complex, truly unique and oh-so delicious.

From Mexico: we take the smoky flavor and subtle heat of chipotle peppers, a golden tequila tang and a cleansing bite of fresh lime.

From Asia: we gather spices, the salty richness of soy sauce and silky fullness of sesame oil.

We then achieve a balance between sweetness and heat by adding honey, molasses and lots of garlic for a flavor unlike anything else.

So, go ahead – broil, BBQ, bake or sauté your favoritemeat or vegetable with the sauce.  Pour on the marinade for a fast gourmet feasting.  Use our recipes to start your new taste journeys – if on your way you discover a new favorite, please share them with us.”

Remember – ”DON’T FORGET THE SAUCE!!!”



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