5 Sauces That Love Chicken

If you’re looking for a new twist on an old favorite, these sauces will perk up any chicken dish in a snap! Make complex flavors simple to serve, even on a weeknight. 

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1: Lahtt Sauce Original All Purpose Chili Oil Sauce

Lahtt Sauce Original is a premium all-purpose chili oil sauce featuring a proprietary and honest blend of sunflower oil, organic tamari soy sauce, and authentic chilies & spices. Lahtt Sauce is an ideal fit as a dipping sauce for dumplings, marinade for chicken & salmon, and all-in-one stir-fry sauce (just add green beans, cauliflower & tofu!) Made with bacon, shrimp, and black bean paste, this particular chili oil sauce has a hearty earthiness that bring complexity to the heat of dried chili peppers. 

2: We Rub You Original Korean BBQ Marinade

Made in Brooklyn since 2011 by sisters Ann & Janet Chung, this marinade comes straight from their family recipe! Inspired by their Korean immigrant parents, this marinade—or sauce, or dip, or whatever you’d like it to be, really—combines umami flavors with sweet apples, nutty sesame, and tangy ginger and garlic. The soy sauce that forms the base for their marinades is non-GMO and gluten-free, making it easier for everyone to enjoy these Korean BBQ flavors! 

3: Mustard And Co Garlic Dill Marinade

This Seattle-made Garlic Dill Marinade is a simple blend of organic olive oil, vinegar and mustard, with raw honey, garlic and dill, perfect for marinating chicken, or even fish and veggies, before tossing them on the grill. 

4: Lillie Q Carolina BBQ Sauce

This tangy, mustard-based Carolina BBQ sauce by Lillie Q is true South Carolina barbeque. It’s a perfect match for chicken, and pork too. But for a real SC BBQ treat, try it on hot links, or spice up your chicken nice and hot, before smoothing out that heat with this luscious sauce. 

5: Masala Mama Vindaloo Simmer Sauce

A tangy and spicy sauce influenced by Portuguese cuisine, Vindaloo is a garlicky, vinegar based blend. Simmer chicken and potatoes with a jar of sauce and a little chicken stock, and dinner is served for as many as four people!