Ingredients: Fresh Mango, roasted pineapple, dulse seaweed, rose petals, apple cider vinegar and Habanero Chillies.
This sauce takes it's name from the world famous yellow crane in Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast. The one that built the Titanic. It's big, it's robust and of course its yellow. Ireland is an island and our shores have an abundance of sea vegetables. Here we have combined a local favourite 'dulse' with mango and pineapple which is both salty and sweet with a Habanero kick. The Habs also throw their sweetness into the mix and there are some floral notes with the dried petals from my very own Rosa Rugosa rose bush. Bring egg dishes to life with a dollop of this or use it as an accompaniment for your cheeseboard.
Originating from the Amazon region, the Habanero has been in cultivation for at least 8,500 years and is one of the world's favourite culinary peppers for its fruity flavour and perfect heat level.
200,000 - 300,000 SHU