The Best Condiments For the Summer Grill | Our 6 Picks
It's late July...high season summer. My favorite time of year. The fans are on, the windows are open, the nights are warm, the beer is cold, the pool is clear, the garden is growing and the grill is on...
We've spent many a nights on our front porch grilling with the added deliciousness of some Wozz! condiments and we've picked our favorite 6 sauces for the summer grill. Not all of them are to be used as a marinade, a couple more like a condiment, but they are absolutely delicious condiments to dollop on all things grilled, be it, meat, seafood or veggies. So here are our picks for the Wozz! Summer Grilling Sauce Collection.
First and foremost, Our Triple Ale Onion Spread, because it's THE burger condiment. It is truly the best condiment for your burger. Sweet caramelized onions and garlic are slowly cooked down and infused with 3 artisan ales that leaves the palate with just a little hoppy kick. It's was born for burgers. Yankee Magazine just featured it on "The Ultimate Vermont Burger Slider". All you need is a juicy burger, some melted cheddar and then a big ole dollop of our Triple Ale Onion Spread.
Next, let's talk about our Spicy Tomato Kasundi Ketchup. It's ketchup but it's a step above and aside your regular ketchup. It's savory with a hint of sweet and infused with a medley of Indian spices and a bit of chili heat. It's spicy but it's the right spicy, it leaves just a little tingle on the tongue, not knock your face off heat. It's about full on flavor with this one. Try it on a burger, hot dogs, sausage, grilled potatoes, steak, grilled chicken...you get the point...it's pretty versatile. It's ketchup, globally inspired. and you can use this before or after grilling.
If you love lamb, you must try our North African Chermoula Dressing & Marinade. It did just win the NYC sofi GOLD last month so I am not exxagerating about how the flavor of this will knock your socks off. It's lemony, spiced and bold and the acidity cuts through the fattiness of lamb which makes it just the perfect pairing. It's bursting citrus notes also make it ideal for seafood. Traditionally Chermoula is a spice blend in a paste form that originates from Morocco and is used on fish. We switched up the traditional chermoula concept of a paste and made this truly outstanding dressing. One of my favorite ways to use this is to mix it with a bit of greek yogurt and serve it with grilled lamb and grill toasted naan bread.
Spicy Summer Mango Chutney. Doesn't the name just say it all. Summer, Mango....it's the perfect chutney for this time of year. Fresh mango gives it that straight from the tree mango sweetness that you can't replicate using green mango. It's amazing on these grilled pork chops and beautiful with grilled swordfish and atop chicken burgers.
Jamaican Jerk Pineapple Chutney screams summer...it screams hot days, ocean waves, fresh fish off the boat, rum cocktails....We grill up fresh chopped pineapple, add sweet jerk spice and fresh mint. This chutney is amazing on grilled shrimp, on tacos, on grilled blackened fish, on grilled turkey burgers and perfect for a backyard sausage sizzle.
If you are looking for an authentically made Asian style marinade that rocks the summer grill, then look no further than our Ginger Soy Infusion Dressing and Marinade. This Japanese style dressing is the real deal, the ingredients say it all, we use dashi stock, fresh ginger, organic tamari, saki wine, unhulled sesame seeds, this is Asian marinade perfection. It's one of our best sellers...and we've done everything from grilled chicken skewers to grilled shrimp to grilled eggplant with this one. Drizzle over salmon and swoon.
Well what more can I say...these are our top 6 picks for the summer grill and we have them all bundled up in a sale collection for you to try em out. We only have a couple months left before old man winter sneaks up on us so enjoy those summer nights, get the grill out, invite some friends over, turn up the radio and eat some good food!
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