I've been lucky enough to visit the Caribbean a couple of times in years past, and I have fond memories of sitting at a beachside table watching a spectacular sunset over the ocean while dining on fresh grilled fish that was seasoned with an irresistible blend of spices and peppers in a subtly sweet and slightly tart sauce with hints of tropical fruit. Despite my best efforts in the kitchen, I've never been able to duplicate that heavenly sauce -- but I've discovered someone who has, and I now have the pleasure of enjoying Caribbean-style grilled fish and seafood whenever I want without having to leave my home. What's my secret? Tortuga Spicy Seafood Grill Sauce, made in the West Indies using traditional ingredients like tamarinds and scotch bonnet flavors.
Winner of a 2006 Scovie Award, Tortuga Spicy Seafood Grill Sauce is bursting with authentic island flavor and just the right amount of tropical peppery heat. Treat yourself, family and friends to a gourmet Caribbean meal by marinading and grilling your favorite fish and shellfish with this tastebud-tantalizing sauce that's so easy to use. The label has a simple and delicious recipe for Caribbean tartar sauce that's a wonderful condiment for fried shrimp or fish, and especially conch fritters. Want to get fancy without too much work? Then make tasty tropical kabobs by threading shrimp, pearl onions, bell pepper chunks, cherry tomatoes and fresh pineapple chunks onto skewers, marinating in Tortuga Spicy Seafood Grill Sauce and then grilling or broiling until done, basting with more sauce. Serve over rice with a side of cooked plantains, and perhaps some mango or papaya slices, and you have a complete Caribbean dinner without having to travel to the islands! Until now, Tortuga Spicy Seafood Grill Sauce has been virtually impossible to find outside of the Caribbean, but now you can easily get it from the Carolina Sauce Company online store, where it's currently on sale!