Monday, 5 August 2013

The Ordinary Vegan - Reggae Reggae Jerk/BBQ Sauce

Every Monday on Vegan Vox Blog is the weekly feature - The Ordinary Vegan. Seemingly ordinary products sold in most shops and supermarkets that also happen to be vegan. Makes it easier when we're shopping!

This week it's the turn of the ubiquitous Reggae Reggae Jerk/BBQ Sauce by Levi Roots. Strangely, I suppose, for a sauce that is designed to go with meat, it is totally vegan friendly - yippee!

The sauce is a spicy Caribbean BBQ sauce which can be added to soups, stir-fry and stew, you can marinade tofu in the sauce before cooking or use it as a dipping sauce. It is great at a vegan BBQ.

There is a mild version available which is also vegan if you don't like too much spice.

I love mine with CoFresh Veggie Burgers in a home-made bread roll with Toffuti Mozzarella Style Slice and chips! Read my review on Cofresh's vegan range here.

There are Reggae Reggae cooking sauces also in the range which are also vegan and are great with some 'Chickn' pieces, onions and peppers served with rice and beans. For more recipes come back every Tuesday on Vegan Vox Blog for my Vegan Recipe of the Week.

Big Vegan Love,


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