David Vanille's opinion: A delicious blend that allows you to escape into the magnificent Caribbean archipelago. All your grills and salads will be sublimated thanks to this Creole speciality. A preparation that holds many surprises in store for you. An pa lè ou fen pou me me manjé si difé! An nou ay !
Food pairing: Grilled fish and shellfish, barbecue meats, smoked chicken, salads and raw vegetables.
Packaging: 25 gr
Composition: Onion, garlic, parsley, hot pepper.
Dosage: 1 to 3g per recipe.
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It is with a sweet nostalgia that you remember your last vacation in the West Indies. Its white sandy beaches, its turquoise waters, the salt spray that reached your deckchair while you were enjoying a delicious ti punch..
What a treat you felt this lunch when you discovered these local culinary specialities! This grilled fish served with rice and a delicious Creole Dog Sauce... Memorable!
You remember being surprised both by the name of this sauce and by its flavour. The locals had explained to you that this accompaniment had been named after the knife of the eponymous brand that allows you to finely cut the herbs and spices that make it up.
The Creole Dog Sauce is native to the West Indies and has the appearance of a mixture of green condiments, it could make you think of a kind of spicy vinaigrette. But it's far beyond that. It is one of the basic ingredients of Caribbean cuisine.
I have chosen to offer you a Ready to Use Spice Mix - Creole Dog Sauce to take you on a Creole trip with a jarful of a spoon.
This one is made up of the 4 essential ingredients to be able to find these unique flavours: garlic, onion, parsley, hot pepper. Each of them has been carefully selected to create a blend of incomparable flavours.
Note that in the West Indies, two different versions of this blend can be offered: without tomato (original recipe) and with tomato (which is a rather pleasant variant for this sauce that is found in many local dishes). It is up to you to choose whether or not to enhance your preparation for Creole Dog Sauce.
Anyway, if this sauce is a discovery for you, I invite you to taste it quickly!
The Creole Dog Sauce is the essential accompaniment to a long list of dishes. The Creole Dog Sauce Mix can be your ideal partner to accompany or marinate any grilled piece, but it will also allow you to try many other culinary dishes.
In order to delight all your guests around a barbecue, you only need to bind one teaspoon of this mixture with two tablespoons of vegetable oil (rapeseed, sunflower or olive). This will allow you to present this assembly as a sauce to accompany your barbecue grills or as a marinade. In the same form, Creole Dog Sauce can also be used as a delicious dressing for all your salads and raw vegetables.
If you want to prepare a dish of meat in the oven (roasted chicken, for example), you can prepare a delicious sauce by binding a teaspoon of the same mixture with a skin of hot water and the pepper of your choice. The combination with meat juices will reveal completely new flavours.
The original recipe consists of the ingredients I propose in this mixture. Nevertheless, it is not uncommon to find recipes for Dog Sauce made from tomatoes. Indeed, this association is quite pleasant to the palate. In the same vein, you can also add capers, or even cébettes to exhale all the flavours in this mixture.
This Creole Dog Sauce Mix is not only very practical to use but also relatively economical to prepare. Also, if you have prepared this excess sauce, you can perfectly freeze it by putting it in an ice cube tray. All you have to do is take your preparation out of the freezer in case of an improvised grill.
The Creole Dog Sauce Mix will allow you to perfectly match all your grilling pieces.
Beyond the traditional Boucané Chicken that can be enjoyed in the Caribbean way, you can make a delicious Creole Dog Sauce from this mixture to accompany all your barbecue or oven roasts.
Enjoy a piece of meat (beef steak, poultry skewers, chicken drumsticks, ribs, ribs,...), fish (fresh tuna steak, mackerel,...) or your shellfish such as lobster or a succulent lobster.
This Creole Dog Sauce Mix is ideal for making a vinaigrette that you can use in all your salads, raw vegetables, and even as a sandwich sauce.
I will reveal one last trick that will allow you to surprise your guests: this Creole Dog Sauce that you will have prepared thanks to this mixture can perfectly be used as a dip in which you can soak all kinds of chips, tortilla, during your summer aperitifs.
All that remains for me to do is to wish you an excellent trip to the West Indies!