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Sainsbury's Honey & Mustard Dressing

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Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Sauces

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      08.12.2009 14:04
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      Yum!

      Rather often in my home we eat some sort of salad usually with some sort of fish. Me though...well I'm not a rabbit and I get so bored of eating salad particularly in December so to try pep things up I purchase different types of sauces and things to try tempt me into it a bit more!

      I spotted this in my local Sainsbury's store costing £1.15 a bottle and decided it sounded like something I'd want to eat!

      The Packaging:

      270g see through glass bottle with a black screw on/off lid to the top of it and a brown coloured label around the main of it. On the front of the bottle I am told it is Sainsbury's Honey & Mustard Dressing and that it is suitable for Vegetarians and there is an at a glance nutritional chart on there along with a photograph of the dressing. Other information on the bottle includes ingredients and allergy advice being given (Contains: Mustard), I'm given a full nutritional rundown chart, the size is stated (as I've listed already) and contact details for Sainsbury's are given. Nice enough informative bottle this is!

      The Dressing Itself:

      Well it's very runny and like a light brown in colour with a honey smell to it. Within the dressing there are flecks of seeds and things which are whole grain mustard and black pepper and all round this is an incredibly tasty, tangy, sweet and sour sauce not only to be used on salads but great poured on chicken and other meats (or meat substitutes of course).

      I love the balance within this of sweet honey which is a distinctive flavouring blended with the mustard which gives it a rich and slightly garlic/onion taste and I love the sharpness this gives too!

      Verdict:

      Pep up otherwise dull meals with this and with ease. Yes it's runny and sticky but it tastes great, it is suitable for Vegetarians and Coeliacs alike plus it's great for people who are watching their weight as it is a light dressing! I like this and will buy it time and time again as I keep finding new things to do with it!

      Nutritional Information Per 20g Serving:

      Calories: 18
      Fat: 0.2g
      Saturated Fat: Trace
      Salt: 0.3g
      Total Sugars: 3.0g

      Only available in Sainsburys stores.

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