Four new condiments


New Zealand brand F. Whitlock & Sons has unveiled a new range of premium condiments described by their developer, Cerebos Australia corporate chef Adam Moore, as “mainstream with a twist”.

“The new flavours are based on current and emerging taste trends,” says Moore, adding that much research and development has gone into the new products along with extensive market testing. “The market for chutneys and relishes is expanding in Australia. We’ve always seen them in sandwiches, but now chefs and café owners are starting to use them on gourmet burgers and wraps, in canapes for function catering, and even on pizzas.”

The condiments come in two-litre containers with a wide mouth allowing easy access to the last spoonful and easy-grip handle for greater pouring control.

Caramelised onion relish

—ideal for lamb burgers, or folded into cream cheese and sour cream on vegetarian wraps. Also great for adding to gravy.

Peach mango & apricot chutney

—good on burgers, sandwiches or as a dipping sauce for spicy chicken wings. Use as a marinade for calamari rings prior to crumbing, or to sweeten curries.

Beetroot & balsamic relish

—serve on top of rump steak or use to glaze ham or turkey. Add to sandwiches or even serve on cheese platters.

Tomato & smoky chipotle relish

—fabulous with pulled chicken sliders or beef skewers. Fold into macaroni and cheese or add to tomato or BBQ sauce served with meat pies.

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