Seponifiq Bread and Lettuce Sepo Sauce
If your condiment shelf is anything like mine, it’s loaded with every variety of spices or sauces imparting a particular flavor enhancement to complement the dish. So when a new one comes along, you want to ensure it is worthy of your shelf space. Well clear a spot for a “new jar in town” called Sepo Sauce.
Sepo Sauce is “bread and lettuce sauce” that tastes like a creamy garlic, Dijon sauce with a hint of horseradish. It is not spicy, but cool and creamy with lots of flavor!
Some of the suggested uses include:
- Salads, veggie trays and as a dip for pita or tortilla chips;
- Beef, pork and chicken as a finishing sauce
- Seafood & fish (a great substitute for tartar and/or cocktail sauces)
- Sandwich spread
- Onion rings, French fries, vegetable fries as a great dipping sauce
In addition to these recommended uses, I think it would be great as the sauce for coleslaw. I’ll have to try it!
Primarily, we’ve been using it as a burger sauce or as a sandwich spread. It really gives a kick to the ordinary turkey sandwich!
Sepo sauce has definitely earned a spot on our refrigerator condiment shelf!
Sepo sauce costs $4 a bottle, in line with specialty sauces of similar suit. Right now, it’s only available for purchase through the Seponifiq website.
Have you ever tried Sepo Sauce?
What’s your favorite condiment for sandwiches and burgers?
Disclaimer: While I was provided with a complimentary sample of Seponifiq Sepo sauce, the opinions and views expressed above are my own and describe my personal experience.