There’s no sausage, burger or veggie kebab that isn’t made better by a splash of sauce

No burger, sizzling sausage or veggie patty deserves to be naked. Go forth and flip and fry those barbecue foods – and then swaddle them in these DIY sauces. 


Sweet chilli sauce

If there was ever a time for a sweet and spicy sauce, it’s the summer. We’re thinking this spicy little number was made with seafood in mind. 

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Chimichurri

No steak has ever been able to resist the sweet parsley-clad allure of the chimichurri sauce. They get on splendidly. 

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Red wine barbecue sauce

This is a nice and thick sauce to act as a sweet and spicy blanket to those beef burgers or chicken skewers. It's like barbecue sauce went off to university and came back all grown up.

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BBQ sauce

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Spinach basil pesto

The talents of pesto are (almost) endless. Take your lead from Popeye and pep-up your vegetable kebabs and new potatoes in five minutes with a drizzle of the green stuff. 

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Harissa

Give those chicken or veggie skewers a kick with a dollop of this fiery North African-style sauce. You can use the leftovers on some scrambled eggs the next morning. Trust us. 

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Avocado sauce

My name is *inset here* and I am an avocado addict. Sound like you? Well whack a couple of sweet potatoes on the barbie and let it meet its avocado match. 

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Sriracha

For anyone who has been living under a chilli-shaped rock for the past couple of years, sriracha is a Thai condiment. A sort of garlicky, vinegary, spicy, funky ketchup if you will. It’s time to profess your addict status. 

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Mustard barbecue sauce

Meet your new grilled meat friend. This sunshine sauce has a serious kick and is beautiful when used on chicken, ribs or pulled pork. Boom.

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Mustard BBQ sauce

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Mango ketchup

No one can have a barbecue without having a couple of dollops of ketchup on standby. True fact. Make your own and add a bit of sweetness (hello there mango) and spice for a totally tropical taste. 

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