Forbidden City Steak Sauces | Junk Food Blog

17 November, 2005

Forbidden City Steak Sauces

Forbidden City Steak SaucesNew Silk Road Marketing LLC has added a new line of steak sauces under its "Forbidden City" brand...

  • Tamarind Pepper Steak Sauce - "an elegant fusion of tropical fruits and peppers. Grounded in the cool, tart sweetness of tamarind, it is laced with fire by the Guiyang Pepper - a delicacy grown only in the monsoon-swept highlands of the Yungui Plateau. The result is piquant and refreshing, with just a hint of mystery." - Ingredients: Fermented Hot Peppers, Garlic, Tomato Paste, Tamarind Juice, Evaporated Cane Juice, Sea Salt.

  • Smoky Five Nut Steak Sauce - "A signature taste of the Yangtze River Valley. All but unknown outside its homeland - until now - it is a unique blend of pine nuts, walnuts, peanuts, sunflower and sesame seeds. Sparkling like a box of jewels, it calls out from the shelf with its beauty, and then delivers an unforgettable, deeply roasted flavor." - Ingredients: Soybean Oil, Peanut Oil, Chili Peppers, Peanuts, Walnuts, Pine Nuts, Sunflower Seeds, Spices.

  • Wasabi Steak Sauce - "A bold, graceful companion to steak - so rich in character that it holds its own the heartiest T-bone, and yet so elegent that it flatters chateaubriand. Spiced with Eutrema japonica, the rhizome at the heart of the best wasabi, this sauce dazzles the palate, then subsides into a lovely mildness with an herbal finish." - Ingredients: Vinegar, Soy Sauce (Water, Soybeans, Wheat Flour, Sea Salt), Vegetable Oil, Wasabi, Ginger, Garlic, Evaporated Can Juice, Honey.


Anonymous said...

I have to say the Forbidden City website has a few good comments about cooking with these sauces. I tried all 3 and they were excellent including the tamarind pepper which I put into soups

Anonymous said...

I like all three, I have tried the tamarind pepper in soups and it is also fun on eggs, like scrambled!
Website has recipes.

Anonymous said...

We need to know where you can buy or order these sauces in Canada. Any ideas?


Anonymous said...

The Wasabi is a great flavored sauce that is not the tipical wasabi hot. Just full of flavor. You won't be disipointed.

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