The Saucy Affair-Raw Sauces-Review

We were kindly sent 6 bottles of cooking sauces from The Saucy Affair, to try out, and review!

The Saucy Affair


Who are The Saucy Affair?

In February 2016, founder Tanya, who had not long left her long term career in the energy industry, created the Dressquerade company, which is now known as The Saucy Affair-Raw Sauces.

Her passion lay in great food and a healthy lifestyle, so, with a little chef’s instinct and improvisation, she created a range of sauces made from raw ingredients, to create effortless ways for people to get a healthy meal, when they may not have time to cook from scratch!


What were we sent?

We were kindly sent all six of The Saucy Affair’s ‘raw sauces’; Cucumber Blunder, Beetroot Cahoot, Teriyaki Malarkey, Smokey Cokey, Tarragon Shenanigan and Fiery Fiasco.
Each bottle comes with a serving suggestion, and are so simple to use!

There are a whole plethora of recipes for you to create, using your sauces (which can be found HERE), so it’s even more simple to cook a good healthy meal, when you have very little time!


The Taste

We have used three of the six sauces so far-Cucumber Blunder with some fish, Smokey Cokey with chicken, and Tarragon Shenanigan with pork!
They’re absolutely amazing-really easy to use-we literally just threw the sauce over our fish/meat and whacked it in the oven!
I’d definitely recommend these sauces to anyone, especially those that don’t have time to stand around making sauces or marinades from scratch!

Where can you get yours?

The Saucy Affair-Raw Sauces are going to be available this year-in April!  To find out more, and join the Saucy Revolution, head over to the website HERE.

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I was sent these products in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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