1. Take toast or basically anything savory to the next level with garlic jelly.
2. Colman’s English Mustard is a perfect secret ingredient and alternative to American yellow mustard.
3. Mike’s Hot Honey can give a cup of tea an extra kick or spice up some chicken wings.
4. Cholula Chili Garlic Hot Sauce is a great alternative to regular Cholula.
Price: $15 (for a pack of three)
5. Rice Wine Vinegar is the perfect extra ingredient for stir-fry.
It’s also a perfect co-star to balance fish sauces, chili oils and sweet things like honey.
Price: $8.99 (for a set of two)
6. Try miso paste when you want to add a bunch of flavor particularly on veggies.
7. Try Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce, for a barbecue flavor with a bit of tang.
Price: $12.99 (for a set of two)
8. Chili infused olive oil has everything you’d expect from regular EVOO, but with a spicy kick.
9. Knorr chicken bullion will take your soups to the next level with intense flavor.
10. Use Lawry’s Garlic Salt when regular salt isn’t enough.
11. Pair Savora with any cold meat, fish or veggie.
This stuff dates all the way back to 1899!
12. Old Style Whole Grain Dijon Mustard gives a flavor boost to any homemade marinade, vinaigrette, or sauce. It’s just as good on a sandwich.
13. Worcestershire Sauce is the perfect addition to a bloody mary. It’s also great in Caesar salads and meat marinades for a savory kick.
14. Apple Jelly is perfect on flaky biscuits, but also try this in place of grape jelly with your PB&J.
15. Ikea’s Senap & Dill Mustard Sauce is a slightly sweet but savory condiment that’s very versatile.
Ikea suggests using with salmon, crab, shrimp, marinated meat, ham, or as a salad dressing.
16. Harissa is a North African hot red sauce paste served with bread, in stews and couscous. It has a garlicky spicy taste.
Harissa is a North African hot red sauce or paste
Price: $10.50 (for a pack of two)
17. Sesame Oil is great for frying or even as a oil in salad.
Japanese tempura is typically fried in sesame oil.
18. Aged Balsamic Vinegar is meant to be used drop by drop not all over the place.
Drop some aged balsamic on cut up strawberries or on sliced parmesan cheese. If you’re feeling crazy, try this stuff on vanilla ice cream.
19. Kewpie Mayo is much more savory than regular mayo.
Use it like you would regular mayo on sandwiches, seafood, or even to coat veggies.
20. Secret Aardvark Habanero Hot Sauce is described as a Caribbean meets Tex-Mex flavor.
The company suggests you use the Asian-inspired, whiskey-laced sauce to make marinades, pasta sauces, or as a stir fry sauce.
21. Hoisin Sauce is a jack of all trades sauce to spice up soups and stir frys.
Life hack: peanut butter + hoisin + a lil’ bit of water = amazing peanut sauce for noodles or spring rolls.
22. Mae Ploy Sweet Chili Sauce is the perfect dipping sauce for spring rolls, dim sum, nuggets, meats, basically anything.
It also goes great with BBQ’s, beef, lamb, or pork. Even better, use it as a spread in sandwiches, or to give a salad dressing a punch.
23. Old Bay seasoning is perfect with seafood, but also tastes amazing with anything else.