Over the past three decades, the distinctive flavor of Chatellier’s Rare Game Sauce has generated a cultlike following in the northeast U.S., where it was created in 1977. Chatellier’s unique blend of sweet, tangy and spicy flavors makes it an outstanding complement to waterfowl, upland game, venison, and domestic meats of all types. Because Chatellier’s may be used as a marinade, dip or sauce, it’s a staple no kitchen should be without.
Serve Chatelliers warmed or spooned right from the jar to heighten and enhance the flavor of your favorite game dishes – duck, goose, pheasant, quail, grouse and woodcock, as well as venison, wild boar, elk or bison. Or use it as a superb and unique baste for barbeque or baking. If your game larder is empty, serve it with equal success as an accompaniment to domestic ham, lamb, beef or poultry.
While Chatellier’s is an all-purpose sauce for wild game – and any other meat or poultry for that matter – it also works well as an especially flavorful ingredient in wild game recipes. Here are a few of our favorites: