“ Brand: Baxter's / Condiments / Sauces „
Apple sauce and a pork chop is truly a match made in heaven, one can't be had without the other.
Baxter's sauce is definitely a sauce as opposed to wet chunks of apple, this is the way that I personally like my apple sauce, so that it is easier to douse my pork chop, and it seeps into the meat. There are some apple pieces in this sauce but if you prefer more then a more expensive sauce is for you, or perhaps a homemade one; http://simplyrecipes.com/recipes/applesauce has a good recipe.
The sauce goes down very smoothly and has a sweet taste that balances the natural bitterness of cooking apples, which makes for an exciting, zingy taste which doesn't overpower the meat, it rather enhances it.
The taste and saucy texture of this condiment complements the savoury flavour and chewy texture of the meat, making a more enjoyable sensation.
Baxter's sauce is suitable for vegetarian's and is also gluten free. The ingredients are apples (64%), water, sugar, modified cornflour, lemon juice, malic acid, antioxidant (Ascorbic Acid) and preservative (potassium sorbate).
The price for a jar of Baxter's apple sauce varies where you buy it. The cost usually ranges between about 95 pence to £1.30
This is a very tasty accompaniment, however I would say that I don't see much difference in taste, texture and quality than that of Sainsbury's or Tesco's own, which cost around 42p.
Ingredients: Apples (64%), Water, Sugar, Modified Cornflour, Lemon Juice, Malic Acid, Antioxidant (Ascorbic Acid), Preservative (Potassium Sorbate).