Cheeky Boy Sauces: a review of the all-natural condiments

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I just love sauce! So I was delighted when I was sent some amazing looking sauces to review from Cheeky Boy Sauces.

They sent me 3 different sauces:

  • HRH Sauce Harry Redders Hot Sauce
  • L!MEY Lime & Ginger
  • BERLIN49 German Hot Sauce

First, I just want to take a second to appreciate the packaging of these sauces; the design is super cute and the tall bottles look so smart. I received my sauces with a little leaflet with some info about what types of food each sauce goes well with, which I thought was such a good idea and a really thoughtful touch.

What I love about these sauces – aside from the fact that they use only fresh, all-natural ingredients – is the texture. They’re not just like any old conventional sauce; they have a real home-made texture and feel to them, which is complemented by their bold, real-food flavours.

For 2 delicious recipes using Cheeky Boy Sauces, check out my post: Pulled-pork 3 ways: healthy recipes, tasty AF!

‘HRH Sauce’ Harry Redders Hot Sauce

The info leaflet said that this sauce is great with the following:

  • Pork dishes
  • Sliced ham sandwiches
  • Chicken wraps
  • Dip for spring rolls & dim sum
  • Dip for nachos or crackling
  • Fried rice dishes
  • Fried noodles
  • Ribs
  • Chicken wings
  • Grilled pork belly
  • Lamb couscous
  • Sauce for pizza bases

I tried this sauce in a chicken wrap and it did not disappoint. I added a little bit of light mayo as well and it blended so nicely to make a creamy, spicy sauce, which tasted delicious with my grilled chicken and baby spinach wrap. This sauce has a nice level of spice to it in my opinion – next time I am eating nachos (personal trainers are allowed ‘treat yo-self’ meals as well you know!) I am definitely going to add a bit of this to the toppings… with some sour cream and guac… mmm… okay, okay, focus.

‘L!MEY’ Lime & Ginger

The info leaflet said that this sauce is great with the following:

  • Cheeses
  • Shell fish
  • White meats
  • Cheese board
  • Grilled chicken
  • Grilled fish
  • Scottish oysters
  • Smoked mackerel
  • Winter salad dressing
  • Crab claws
  • Sussex smoked salmon
  • Turkey sandwich
  • Grilled prawns
  • Lobster rolls
  • Tacos
  • Bloody Mary mix
  • Sushi

I tried this sauce on its own with some grilled chicken. I’m not the biggest fan of lime flavoured savoury foods in general but I still appreciated the texture. If I had to eat something with savoury lime I’d choose this one, as the real, natural flavours really shine through. I don’t eat fish or seafood (yet – my taste buds are growing up slowly) but I would imagine that this sauce goes really well with those dishes. It has a very strong lime flavour that cuts through the food and is super zingy!

‘BERLIN49’ German Hot Sauce

The info leaflet said that this sauce is great with the following:

  • Dark meats
  • Sausages & Bratwurst
  • Burgers
  • Ribs
  • Brisket
  • Dip for chips
  • Spice up bolognese sauce
  • Goulash soup
  • Bacon or beef sandwich
  • Pulled pork shoulder
  • Meat balls sauce
  • Coronation chicken base
  • Bloody Mary mix

I tried this sauce with on some pulled pork that I made in the slow cooker and it was divine! This one is definitely my favourite. I think this is because it has a sweetness to it and is a much deeper, richer flavour than the other two, which is just what I like. It has a slightly smoother consistency and tastes amazing. If you like a sweeter flavour, then this one is for you!

All in all, I found these sauces to be unlike any other sauces I have ever tried, and well worth having at home if you want something a bit different to spice up your meal.

Thanks for reading you lovely people. Have you tried these sauces? If so, what did you think? Leave a comment below and let us know!


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