From the big screen to your cone of fries, Brussels Ketjep bridges the gap! In the Belgian film, Dikkenek, Aziz (played by Mourade Zeguendi) orders his fries, meatballs and fricadelles with a sauce he calls Dallas. With all the sauce types in Belgium, a foreigner wouldn’t have thought twice about one called Dallas. In reality, it didn’t actually exist until now…
In the ruthless world of sauces, as in all other cutthroat sectors, there are several flavor masterpieces that deserve some attention! The founder of Brussels Ketjep, who wishes to remain anonymous, believes so too.
After bottling up his unique version of ketchup and mayonnaise, he surprised the market once agai by concocting the Dallas sauce. Between samourai, brasil, américaine and andalouse, Dallas sauce is an excellent mix of flavor punch. Perhaps it is meant to emulate the famous TV drama series about the wealthy Texan family and their lives on the ranch. On the bottle reads a reference to the movie: a dikkenek knows why (dikkenek being a Dutch term for someone who is egotistical).
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