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Sunil says he is truly an MD Sauce fan

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Gypsies’ Sunil Perera, the perennial in the music scene, goes hand in hand with another perennial favourite – MD Sauces.

MD has a delectable range of 10 different sauces to spice up any meal. The tomato sauce is made to a special original recipe carefully crafted to appeal to the Sri Lankan palate with its rich tangy flavour that speaks of the highest percentage of fresh, juicy tomatoes. It makes cutlets, patties, rolls, hot dogs, savoury crepes and roti-wraps complete.

There’s an exciting range of chilli sauces from MD including Original Chilli Sauce, Chilli Garlic, Extra Hot Chilli, Sweet Chilli that blend well with Chinese and Thai recipes as well as devilled chicken or beef and used as a seasoning for barbecues and stir fries.

MD’s latest innovation for sauce range is the MD Green Chilli sauce which enhances the taste of samosas and Indian snacks, it is a super seasoning for Indian cooking.

Then there’s the irresistible MD range especially designed for gourmet food fans such as – Sweet & Sour, Sweet Chilli and Soya Sauce.

MD Tomato Ketchup is ideal for children because it is not hot at all and is a must with French fries and burgers.


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