In the United Kingdom brown sauce is a generic term for a spicy sauce often served with fried breakfasts, cooked meat and pies. Some of the better known varieties are:
- Daddies Sauce
- Hammonds Chop Sauce
- HP Sauce (Houses of Parliament sauce)
- OK Sauce
These sauces are made with a variety of common ingredients, often a combination of malt vinegar, tomatoes, molasses, dates, tamarind and spices.
In the United States, steak sauce is a generic term used for various premade sauces for serving with meat. Most commonly, it refers to sauces served with quality beef and of western origin. The term "steak sauce" is derived from these sauces often being served with steak in restaurants. A1 Steak Sauce is among the most prominent brand sold in the U.S.
- HP sauce (TM), this recipe requires a Thermomix, however, by using some imagination, it could be adapted.