Sauces, syrups, preserves

A range of chef quality products tested over the last 18 years in food service supply to restaurants, hotels, caterers, airlines, cruise ships and resorts. These products can be used as stand alone sauces, syrups and chutneys or as bases for an infinite number of flavour permutations.

Add our sauces to sour cream or cream cheese to make dips. Add vinegar to our syrups to reduce the sweetness then add herbs, ginger, wasabi, soy or chilli. Add chopped onion and corn kernels to our chutney and reinvent it as a salsa. The combinations are endless….

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  • The rich greens of coastal rainforests and the colors of the Barrier Reef inspired me to create this wild citrus and chili delight. The chili is not just a ring-burner but an ingredient to open up your tastebuds and allow the aromatic fresh citrus flavors to work.

    $6.95
  • Our high country is famous for its fresh air and pristine environment and it’s from here I find the rare herbs and spices that give this sauce a flavour like no other.

    $6.95
  • Now in a 250g or 8.8oz glass jar for your convenience. Bush tomato chutney is one of our most popular products with chefs in restaurants and catering on the airlines using it as it comes or making a version of my recipe for what I call ‘Bushetta’.

    $9.35
  • Davidson plums are super sour and brilliant crimson on colour. We balance the sourness with just enough sweetness to reveal the true character of this dramatic fruit. The organic acids which make the juice so tart are still very much present making this syrup ideal as a garnish and finishing sauce for ice cream, baked desserts, chocolate in its many forms and fruit salads. However, this syrup can also suit many savoury applications. Add some wasabi or ginger, garlic or freshly cut and mashed herbs such as coriander (cilantro) or basil and even a little red wine vinegar and the uses expand.

    $5.00
  • Fruit balsamic is our authentic Australian equivalent to reduced, aged balsamic vinegar (only I think it far more complex and interesting). It has a base of wild rosella for the fruitiness which is enhanced and amplified with some aniseed myrtle. We then add those Maillard products for the addictive roasted, toasty notes using Wattleseed extract and soy and inject a little sweetness with mirin (Japanese rice wine) and palm sugar. Lastly, some pungency and aromatics are all essential and alpine pepper and paperbark smoke fulfill this role. So how do you use it? Drizzle some on a plate and place cold meats and cheeses or a chicken and mescalin salad or some smoked seafood. Use as a pasta drizzle as a highlight or over some roasted chicken or twice-cooked duck. Use it over eggs, add to mayonnaise, try it on fish or add a dash to meat sauces. Ingredients: mirin, white vinegar, rosella, palm sugar, soy sauce, smoke oil, wattleseed extract, alpine pepper, aniseed.

    $6.95
  • The deep purple colour of Illawarra plum sauce comes from anthocyanins which are antioxidants and therefore highly beneficial to your health so not only do Illawarra plum products taste great but they are good for you too.

    $5.00
  • Lemon Aspen Syrup is exciting as it can best be compared to a brand new citrus and we all know how popular and versatile ordinary lemon can be.

    $5.00
  • Our Mountain pepper BBQ sauce is the same recipe as the product we launched in the USA called Kakadu Wildfire Pepper sauce. We have merely packaged it in soft, food grade spouted pouches to reduce the freight cost and risk of breakages for on-line orders.

    $5.00
  • Rainforest lime splash has an intense wild lime flavour with a hint of wanjasan soy. It is bright yellow in colour (wild limes are yellow, not green) and makes a delightful sauce or glaze when grilling or pan-frying any red or white meat.

    $5.00
  • Steak sauce with the delicate taste of paperbark smoke – just like a hint of an Australian campfire. Picture a mob of ringers (wranglers) camped on the sandy bank of a dry riverbed in the Outback and grilling a steak after a hard day’s ride. What would they give for a bottle of this fine sauce to go with their tough meat? (Only kidding) This is another of my sauces which works as a marinade for red or white meats (can’t you have a steak of chicken?) as well as vegetables. It is also great as a finishing sauce where all you need to do is splash it on. My Stockman’s Smokey steak sauce can also be used like my other sauces as an ingredient itself. Add some to mayo, use as a dressing, add complementary flavors eg sesame seed oil, Mintbush marinade (if you are cooking lamb) or serve it with green peppercorns or as a sauce for grilled mushrooms.

    $6.95
  • Sweet Lemon aspen chilli sauce (150g)” description=”The lemon aspen gives this sweet chilli sauce its unique and delicious citrus and subtle menthol twist. It has quite a tingle as the chilli is not shy either.

    $5.00