Iconic Irish brand YR will be at showcasing its new range of YR relish range as well as their new look packaging YR original spicy sauce at this year’s Taste of Dublin 2021.
The much-anticipated festival takes place at the Iveagh Gardens from the 1st-5th September. This year, YR has teamed up with charismatic DJ, chef, restaurant owner and creator of Sandbo Ambo in Dinetown, Marcus O’Laoire who will be taking part in a live cooking demo on the main stage, on Saturday September 4th at 8.30pm.
Marcus will be cooking a delicious Pork Belly with YR Balsamic Red Onion Relish, butternut squash and fondant potatoes, a dish not to be missed!
YR will be offering lots of complimentary tasty treats to give guests a taste of the brand-new range. From BBQ mini sliders to cheese and crackers topped with the delicious new range of relishes and a selection of vegan options too.
Guests are invited to drop by to try the new range, take home some delicious YR exclusive recipes or snap a pic at the YR photo wall and share to YR’s social media platforms (Facebook -@YRSauce, Instagram @yrsauceire) for a chance to win prizes throughout each day.
The new range of relishes by YR is comprised of three delicious new flavours. YR Original Tomato Relish has a subtle hint of the date purée taste associated with the original YR Sauce flavour, while YR Balsamic Red Onion Relish is sweet and tangy, and YR Habanero Spicy Relish is an exotic new flavour that is great as a dip with tortilla crisps, to spice up a party or a cosy night in.
Packed with the best quality tasty ingredients, the new relishes are made in Ireland to three healthy original recipes. Each recipe is vegan friendly, gluten free and free from all additives and preservatives.
YR is a proud member of Love Irish Foods, supporting Irish brands and the Irish economy and worked closely with leading food consultants to develop its new collection.
YR Relishes are priced at €3.19 each and are available from SuperValu, Centra, EUROSPAR, SPAR, MACE and Londis stores nationwide.
For more information on the range visit www.yrsauce.ie.