Ingredients: Fresh Rocha pears, ginger, apple cider vinegar and Trinidad Scorpion Chillies
Inspired by the tropical ravine in the hot house in Botanic Gardens in Belfast this is simplicity itself. Just goes to show that you don't need a lot of ingredients when it comes to putting a sauce together. Due to the high fructose content in the pears this is perfect for marinades where the sauce carmelizes with the application of heat giving your dish a whole other flavour profile. On its own it is the reach-for condiment preferred by the restaurants that we supply as well as our biggest seller in specialist food shops. Great with pizza crusts, falafels or nachos and that's just for starters (or mains lol). The Scorpions really do have a sting in the tail which is why you chilli-heads keep coming back for more.
All the way from Trinidad & Tobago the Trinidad Scorpion is so-named because of the shape of it's tail not to mention the sting afterwards.