If you have been following the British Royalty, then you surely know Queen Elizabeth just loves burgers. In a report by British Heritage Travel, Darren O'Grady - Royal Chef who spent 15 years cooking for the British Monarch and the rest of the Royal Family - shared that Her Majesty typically avoids fast-food. But if she at all indulgences in something greasy and decadent, then that would be a customised hamburger, without buns. This special hamburger is made keeping all her food preferences in mind. It seems like the Queen Elizabeth has taken her love for burgers a step ahead. She has recently introduced new Royal condiment brand in the market under the name 'Royal Estate'. According to reports by The Sun, the brand includes two condiments - tomato ketchup and brown sauce. For the unversed, brown sauce is a British condiment, quite similar to the popular Worcestershire sauce.
It is also believed that these condiments are being made at the Royal family's Sandringham estate in Norfolk, using ingredients grown there. That's not all. These exclusive ketchups are said to be available for the commoners at the Sandringham Royal Estate online shop in future. Guessing the price of these Royal foods? Well, an Instagram post by 'royaltypastandpresent' states that these products will be available for over nine dollars (approx. Rs. 670) for a 10 oz. (284 grams approximately) glass bottle.
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This brings up a question - what goes into making these royal sauces? As per a People report, the tomato ketchup, which is marketed as "ideal for breakfast or any time of the day", is flavoured with dates, apple juice and spices. On the other hand, the brown sauce is "packed with vinegar and spices."
Sounds delicious, isn't it?! Would you want to give these Royal condiments a try? Do let us know in the comments section below.
About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call herself. Be it in terms of food, people or places, all she craves for is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio pasta or daal-chawal and a good movie can make her day.