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  • SAUCES

    Our sauces range is made from traditional recipes we have kept and collected over the years
    from family and friends. Old fashioned recipes, full of flavour that have become firm family
    favourites. We wanted to honour the people behind the recipe – our ‘Friends of the Regiment’.

    Mrs Mallis Tomato Sauce

    Mrs Mallis’ Tomato Sauce

    Mrs Florence Mallis was a great aunt of ours and spent time as a missionary’s wife in India. She was a wonderful, if sometimes untidy, cook in the kitchen. The end result of her annual Tomato Sauce making was a delight, but the kitchen tended to look like a bomb had hit it! Her sauce is now made to the same recipe by us in Australia from local and imported ingredients.

     
    Captain Gormans Worcestershire Sauce

    Captain Gorman’s Worcestershire Sauce

    Captain Gorman’s family wanted to ensure he still had some of the comforts of home even whilst serving abroad. When word filtered back that the regiment’s Worcestershire Sauce supply had run out, his cousin, Miss Ursula Mulcair sent the traditional Gorman family recipe to him to pass onto the cook. This sauce is now made to the same recipe by us in Australia from local and imported ingredients.

     
    The Sepoys Kasundi Sauce

    The Sepoy’s Kasundi Sauce

    The Sepoys were native Indian soldiers, allied to a European power, usually the United Kingdom. Specifically they were infantry privates in the British Indian Army. This Kasundi-style Sauce is now made by us in Australia from local and imported ingredients to an old recipe from a trusted and loyal Sepoy.

     
    Lakshmis Sweet Chilli Sauce

    Lakshmi’s Sweet Chilli Sauce

    When I was growing up in country Victoria, Indian food was not very common. Lakshmi was a fine Indian woman and old friend of the family who helped my mother, and introduced us to the wonderful (but exotic at the time) world of Indian cooking. Her Sweet Chilli Sauce recipe is now made by us in Australia from local and imported ingredients.

     
    Ursula Mulcairs Spicy Tomato Sauce

    Ursula Mulcair’s Spicy Tomato Sauce

    As a child growing up we loved visiting my great aunt Ursula Mulcair. She was Captain Eugene Gorman’s sister, a trained nurse, she lived on a farm, had a pet cockatoo, and was a great cook! You knew you wouldn’t leave Ursula’s hungry. And when it was tomato season she would cook up a batch of her spicy tomato sauce and as kids we loved it on sausages or her homemade pies. I think it’s the pepper that gives it the extra kick. We’re as true to her recipe as we can be fifty years down the track.