Sugar Taylor Sauce 101

If you’ve just discovered Sugar Taylor Sauce, this page will get you started using Sugar Taylor Sauce to add kick to all of your favorite dishes – and create a few more hits to fuel your inner chef. These ideas have been tried and approved in our own tests, by chefs – and are approved by adults and kids alike in most cases.

About Sugar Taylor Sauce

Sugar Taylor Sauce is a mustard-vinegar based sauce, sweetened with local Mississippi honey. It is sweet and spicy – with a bit of a kick at the end – but not so much that spice-averse people turn up their noses. It’s a cross between a honey mustard sauce and a sweet and sour sauce – but really neither of those descriptions do this sauce justice. Many of our chefs friends have said… “it’s a new sauce category.” We think you’ll agree. And that you’ll also love how useful our all-natural sauce really is in adding kick to all of your favorite recipes – and as the inspiration for many new recipes, too!

For more ideas, check out our always-growing Sugar Taylor Sauce Recipe Collection.

The Sugar Taylor Sauce bottle label says:

Eat it on your mashed potatoes! Use Sugar Taylor Sauce as a bbq, pizza or wing sauce. Try it as a grilling baste, dip, glaze, or salad dressing. A great topping for smoked meats, seafood, burgers & sliders, nachos, meatballs, mac & cheese, tacos & veggies.

Here are even more specific ideas perfect for novice & experienced gourmet cooks alike:

  • Pork Tenderloin
  • Grilled Shrimp
  • NOLA style BBQ Shrimp
  • Wild Game – absolutely divine on venison, wild duck, dove, & quail
  • Mac ‘n Cheese
  • Mashed Potatoes – top with melted cheddar & Sugar Taylor Sauce for an amazing side dish!
  • Brisket
  • Pulled Pork
  • Pizza as a base or dipping sauce
  • Dip for chips & pretzels
  • Chicken Strips – as a dip or glaze
  • Fish Tacos
  • Burgers
  • Wing sauce
  • Meatballs
  • Ham – as a dipping sauce or glaze your whole or spiral sliced ham with 2 parts Sugar Taylor Sauce and one part melted butter in the final 15 minutes of baking.
  • In place of mustard on almost any sandwich
  • Baked Beans – use a topping just before serving or incorporate into recipe to add kick.
  • Baked wings
  • Pour over cream cheese, sprinkle with green onions & serve as quick appetizer with crackers.
  • Glaze vegetables and bake to add pizzazz to their flavor including asparagus, green beans, Brussel’s sprouts, brocolli, cauliflower and as a topping for braised greens.