New Product: Mama Kicks Sauces & Marinades

We’re always on the look out for unique and delicious products to bring into the shop, and we’re thrilled to have discovered Mama Kicks sauces and marinades

Mama Kicks Sauces and Marinades

Their four sauce and marinade flavors – Jerk, Chimichurri, Berbere, and Gochujang – will bring flavors from around the world into your kitchen in a perfectly sized jar!

Our love for Mama Kicks doesn’t stop at their sauces. They’re a women-owned business with a dual mission – keeping tradition alive with flavorful recipes, handed down from generation to generation while supporting women entrepreneurs around the world in achieving independence and equity in business through the donation of a percentage of their profits.

Read on to learn more about each flavorful sauce and marinade, including how we like to use them.

Jerk Marinade

Mama Kicks Jerk Marinade

Jamaican flavors combine with the heat of Scotch Bonnet peppers from a certified organic family farm to make this iconic marinade with a kick.

Marinade chicken or pork by combining the sauce and meat in a container, then refrigerating for at least a few hours (ideally overnight). Remove meat from the container and cook on the grill. For extra favor, drizzle with additional sauce from the jar as you serve it.

This sauce also makes a killer dip for veggies, crackers, and pitas. Combine ¼ cup of the Jerk Marinade with an 8 oz. container of sour cream and stir in ¼ to ½ cup of finely chopped cornichons (the little pickles you typically find on a charcuterie board). Chill and enjoy.

Ingredients: Onion, Spring Onion, Lime Juice, Olive Oil, Soy Sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt), Garlic, Scotch Bonnet Peppers, Salt, Brown Sugar (sugar, molasses), and other Spices. Vegan and non-GMO.

Chimichurri Sauce

Mama Kicks Chimichurri Sauce

This sauce is an authentic Argentinian condiment typically used to top grilled meats, but equally as tasty for adding a flavorful zip to grilled veggies. It’s full of bright herby flavors with a bit of tanginess that comes from red wine vinegar.

Brush or drizzle Chimichurri sauce over beef, chicken, pork, seafood or veggies prior to cooking on the grill. Add a bit more of the sauce after grilling for maximum flavor.

Try as a condiment on a grilled chicken sandwich topped with fresh coleslaw or to add unique flavor to a caprese salad.

Ingredients: Olive Oil, Red Wine Vinegar, Garlic, Parsley, Cilantro, Salt, and other Spices. Vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.

Berbere Sauce

Mama Kicks Berbere Sauce

Ethiopian berbere sauce is a warm, yet sweet blend of herbs and spices used to infuse a tomato-based sauce. This one is perfect for dipping toasted bread and meatballs, or for tossing with roasted veggies.

This one is particularly well suited to use as a condiment – try replacing your ketchup with it. You can also use this sauce to season chicken and pork for grilling.

Ingredients: Tomatoes, Yellow Onions, Spices, Red Wine Vinegar, Brown Sugar (sugar, molasses), Tomato Paste, Olive Oil, Garlic, Salt, and Lemon Juice (water, lemon). Vegan, gluten-free, and non-GMO.

Gochujang Sauce

Mama Kicks Gochujang Sauce

A popular Korean chili paste with savory, sweet, and spicy flavors. Mama Kicks used Gochugaru chiles and other ingredients to create a versatile sauce perfect for marinating or stirring into stews, stir fries, salads, dips, and more to give them a punch of flavorful heat.

Try adding a bit of this sauce to your quick ramen for a more flavorful lunch. Use as a marinade for grilled chicken, then combine with fresh greens and a citrusy vinaigrette for a great lunchtime salad.

Ingredients: Rice Vinegar, Soy Sauce (water, soy beans, wheat, salt), Maple Syrup, Gochugaru Peppers, Sesame Oil, Miso (water, soy beans, rices, salt, alcohol), and Garlic. Non-GMO.

Find Mama Kicks sauces and marinades in the shop or online store. Pick up a bottle or two and give them a try. We’d love for you to share with us how you used them in the comments below.

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