These various gluten-free / wheat-free dipping sauces from Wild Thymes are among my favorite GF kitchen pantry "must have" items. I get them at our local Whole Foods market, and use the sauces in a wide variety of dishes. Speaking of, as I went to take a picture of the bottles, I noticed it's time for another trip to the store, as I had just used the last of the Indian Vindaloo Curry variety!
I definitely recommend these products. We use the Garlic Thai Roasted Garlic sauce on ribs, chicken, and other things. And, the Moroccan Spicy Pepper and/or Indian Curry sauce are a regular item for me when I'm in a hurry for a healthy snack or quick meal. They add tang and taste to all sorts of dishes, and every variety I have tried is consistently wonderful and delicious!
Simple "Recipe" using these Sauces
Here's what I like as a nice quick-fix snack, lunch, side-dish:
- Cut up a whole Spanish onion and a couple cloves of garlic
- Fry those up in a pan for a few minutes, caramelizing the onion nicely
- Remove fried veggies to a plate, add a small (6 ounce) can of gluten-free tomato paste (I use Walmart's own brand which is clearly marked "Gluten Free" on the label)
- Add a few tablespoons of these spicy Wild Thymes sauces - generally the Moroccan and/or Indian type
I like how the Wild Thymes products exhibit superb flavor and are clearly labeled Gluten-Free, and also how their ingredients are the sames as what you would use to make your own gluten-free sauces (if time permitted), as they stick to the basics and natural items. For example, the Vindaloo has Tomato, Onion, Cider Vinegar, Olive/Canola Oil, Garlic, Ginger, Lime, Spices, salt and sugar. They keep the sodium and sugar low in general (the Thai Chili / Garlic one has a bit more sugar - as it is a sweeter variety sauce).
I hope you enjoy these products as much as I do!