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Touloulou Bondamanjak French Creole Chili Sauce 150ml

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Born in Martinique and perfected in Sydney, our kitchen create this tasty gem the old fashioned way, using the ripest local vegetables and the most refined blends of authentic spices.

Popular all over the Caribbean, the scotch bonnet pepper (known in the French Caribbean islands as 'Bondamanjak'), has a distinctly bold, slightly sweet flavour that gives the region's cuisine its unmistakable kick.

Bondamanjak Créole Chili Sauce makes all your dishes more exciting, it enhances everything:
Chicken, fish, pork...
Add to marinades and dips for a unique Caribbean flavour!
Give your Bloody Mary and other spicy cocktails some serious kick!

Our special tip: spice up your scrambled eggs with Bondamanjak, your breakfast will never be the same again!

Chef Micka is proud to share his family’s version of this beautiful hot sauce, so get a bottle today!

Ingredients: vinegar, bondmanjak pepper (20%), canola oil, tomato, carrots, spring onion, parsley, salt, onion, ginger, pepper, garlic, dried chilli (<1%), thyme, xanthan (415), bay leaf, clove.

Vegan-friendly, Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Nut-free but FLAVOUR FULL

Made in Australia with 98% Australian Ingredients.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
So good

The texture of the sauce is quite thick, it reminds me of a loose mayo. The flavour is sweet, has definite kick, has the spice mix to give it depth. Really goes well with chicken and fish. A lot of other sauces are little more than hot watery vinegar, this one has much more depth of flavour. In my top three choices.

Excellent sauce

This is possibly my favourite chilli sauce.
It goes very well with potato (baked, hot chips etc.), fish, and chicken, although I think it’s less suited to darker meats.

Guillaume Sandmayer

Buy this now - no chilli sauce connaisseur deserves to be without a bottle of this wonderful sauce. The profile signature is pure Caribbean - fruity palette, a touch of sourness before the Scotch Bonnet unleashes its fury. I was initially skeptical of the price at $15 but upon savouring it I can extend my strongest recommendation.