COOK DAILY’S HIGH GRADE SAUCE
Hey guys you know I like to share my finds, likes and favourites so it was about time that I told you about one of my favourite products even if the bottle I’ve brought is almost finished! When King of Cookdaily fame announced on IG that he had brought out a bottled version of the infamous Highgrade sauce a take on the sauce served in one of the most popular dishes at Cookdaily the High Grade Bowl. I had to hot foot it down to Boxpark double quick. Obviously I had a High Grade bowl whilst I was there…it be rude not to. The demand for it was so high that the large bottles sold out and have only recently come back into stock (500ml squeeze bottle £4.50 & 250ml glass bottle £3.50). I’ll keep you posted, however, it will be available to buy online soon (hopefully internationally too for all of y’all missing out on the good good).
What’s it all about & where did it start….? Stir fried veggies with hemp oil in a smokey sweet and sour smokey barbecue sauce topped with green herbs and hemp seed crumble served over 50/50 rice. Yes it taste even nicer then it already sounds! If you’ve not tried it yet go and try it then thank me later!
Homemade cauliflower buffalo wings with Sriracha, Levi Roots BBQ sauce and of course High Grade sauce. I’m telling you it’s a winning combination.
Fat chip shop chips, avocado, gherkins, onion vinegar and lashings of HG sauce. Everything automatically becomes healthy if you add avocado.
Tofu flavoured in the same way as the cauliflower wings. Find out how to make the tofu recipe here. Add sauces to your preference as the recipe video was made before I got hold of the sauce.
Simple dinner of just fried onions, freshly ground cumin, fennel, garlic and a little garam masala. Chucked in the aubergine and cooked it until soft and then just poured on loads of HG sauce. Served with Thai sticky rice and whatever salad bits that were in the fridge. Some random bits found in the bottom of my freezer and then dunked in HG sauce.
So in a nutshell hurry up and buy the sauce it’s great by itself whilst still being versatile and tasty enough that it can go with/in everything! Have you tried it? Let me know what you think.