Bim’s Kitchen – Hot Tangy BBQ Sauce

by Hot Juan on June 16, 2011 · 0 comments

in Bar-B-Que, Product Reviews

Bim's Kitchen - Hot Tangy BBQ Sauce

Bim's Kitchen - Hot Tangy BBQ Sauce

Bim’s Kitchen is a relatively new company to us, we have reviewed their African Chillinut Sauce just a few weeks ago, and that was excellent, a unique flavour, today we are going to try the Hot Tangy BBQ Sauce.

This BBQ sauce comes in a 420g jar, it is dark brown in colour, on cracking open the lid there is a strong aromatic BBQ sauce smell from the Soy sauce and Molassess, but with something I cannot identify.

The sauce is nice and thick and not overly packed with sugar, which for me is a big bonus, I am getting to the point where I will pass on the sugar packed BBQ sauces as I know they will be just sweet and sticky and cheap.

This however is tasty, and while not really hot it definably lives up to tangy description, these is however a flavour in these I cannot identify, it does however taste WOW. There is something in the sauce that has a slight bitty texture to it, but I suspect this a one of the peppers or seeds not being ground to a complete powder (that is no a complaint).

What ever Bim has added to get that extra flavour is a winner for me, this BBQ like the  African Chillinut sauce is again unique and very very moreish.

Ingredients: Soy Sauce, Tomatoes, Vinegar, Brown Sugar, Honey, Molasses, Onions, Garlic, Sunflower Oil, Mixed Herbs, Salt, Alligator Pepper, Cubeb, Ginger, Paprika, Birdseye Chilli, Celery Seeds, Cumin, Natural Hickory Smoke.

Jar kindly provided by www.bimskitchen.com

I can see I am going to have to get some Alligator pepper and Cubeb to try so I can see what and how they have added that flavour to the sauce, it is defiantly a flavour I have not tried before, and it is good….

On Bim’s web site they have an interesting recipe for BBQ chicken wings:- “Place wings in a large saucepan, cover wings fully with cold water. Add some fresh (or dried) thyme, parsley, bay leaf, black pepper, onion and salt. Bring to the boil and then simmer for 2-3 minutes. Remove wings and allow to cool down before liberally covering with BBQ sauce. Leave for at least 45 minutes (overnight if you’ve really got time) then grill in oven or BBQ, basting occasionally with a bit more sauce if you want.

As you can see the recipe involves boiling the wings in water and simmering them with some herbs, I have not tried this before, but I will certainly be giving it a go very soon.

This BBQ sauce costs just £3.50, putting in the great value for money category, so hunt this stuff down and give it a try, and let me know what you think gives it that boost of flavour, on the web site www.bimskitchen.com you can order this or find your local stockiest.

Flavour
(8.5/10)
Heat
(2/10)
Packaging
(6/10)
Value
(8.5/10)
Overall
(8/10)

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