Monday, 28 October 2013

The Ordinary Vegan - Henderson's Relish

This week on TOV I am talking sauce! My favourite cooking sauce that is!

Henderson's Relish is a spicy sauce made in Sheffield and is similar in taste to Worcestershire Sauce but without the anchovies. It has been made in Sheffield for over 100 years and is Vegetarian Society Approved and listed in the Animal Free Shopper Guide produced by The Vegan Society. I use this sauce in most of my savoury dishes - soups, Shepherd's Pie, chillis, lasagne filling, vegan cheese on toast etc. It is a versatile sauce and can be used for flavouring many recipes. It is also gluten-free.

As far as I know it is mainly sold in Yorkshire, The Peak District and the surrounding areas in food shops, farm shops, supermarkets, markets and even gift shops. However, it doesn't seem to be widely available outside of that area. They do offer online ordering on their website and some other online retailers also deliver across the UK. There is a list of stockists here. It retails for around £1.85 a bottle and has a shelf life of around three years - but I promise you it won't stay around that long in your cupboard once you try it!

Let me know if you have tried Henderson's Relish, what dishes are your favourites to add it to? Leave a comment below. If you love cooking new vegan dishes, come back tomorrow for the Vegan Recipe of the Week.

Big Vegan Love,


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