Monday, November 12, 2012

Grill out with San-j


Summer may be over, but that doesn't have to stop you from barbecueing, so why not add a little bit of unique flair to your next barbecue with San-j exotic cooking sauces!  They are available in yummy flavors such as Szechuan sauce and Orange sauce - just to name a couple.  

Oh, and did I mention they are gluten-free and certified kosher!  That's right, they are made using some of the finest all -natural ingredients available.  Their all natural Asian inspired sauces will transform your next back yard grill out from regular tasting barbecue to mouth watering barbecue.   Marinate your meats using the sauces and your taste buds will definitely reap the benefits!  

I received three products from the San-j cooking Gluten Free Asian Cooking Sauces line.  
  1. Asian Barbecue Sauce - It's sweet and smokey, it's everything you need to make it a flavorful barbecue sauce!
  2.  Sweet & Tangy - It's a Polynesian glaze and dipping sauce.  I think it would go perfectly on some shrimp over rice...mmmm!
  3. Teriyake - Perfect to use for stir fry and marinades.  Use it on beef, chicken, or fish for a mild sweet flavor.  

In addition to their line of Gluten Free Cooking Sauces San-j also offers a selection of many other flavorful sauces and marinades as well including Organic Shoyu.  It's is an organic soy sauce made with soybeans and wheat.  I received a bottle of it and it is now my chicken chow miens best friend!  

LEARN MORE: To learn more be sure to visit San-j online. 

*Disclaimer - I received the items mentioned above, free of charge, for review purposes.  In no way did this alter my opinion of their products.  All of my opinions expressed in this post are one hundred percent honest and true.*

6 comments:

Are We There Yet! said...

We grill out all winter long, even when it is snowing. I need to check these out and see if there is anything I could use.

My Journey With Candida said...

Sounds like you will be grillen and chillen. I see they have some brown rice crackers that I would love to try.

freddie said...

I'm diffently interested in trying their Teriyake and Orange Sauce. They sound wonderful. I bet the Orange sound would be wonderful on chicken.

Jenn said...

Looks good!

Janet W. said...

Would love to try the Sweet & Tangy ! Sounds delicious!

rj7777 said...

My husband is the BBQ master and he would love to try these sauces. I will look closer into these for them. They sound great and I love a change of flavor. Thanks for the great review. Rita Spratlen rjspratlen@gmail.com