Marion's Kitchen The Ultimate Coconut & Chilli Sauce

I met Marion Grasby aka Marion's Kitchen and her mum in 2015 at a 'blogger' event and took an instant liking to the duos personalities, charm and infectious smiles. Since then, I've followed Marion on Instagram and I love the Instagram Videos and antics the pair get up to plus the amazing recipes they share. If you don't already follow, and you love food, especially Asian food, follow them right now.


As the years go on, Marion has become a mum herself with a cute little daughter you just want to pick up and hug. Those warm smiles must be passed on through the generations of this family :)



It's been wonderful to watch Marion Grabsy expand her business and she's done that by being an authentic, loveable and sharing person. The recipes that Marion's Kitchen share on social media are sensational, especially for those who love Thai food, and let's face it, what's not to love about Thai food?

In my line of work, I get sent a lot of products to trial so when I received a sample of the new Chilli Sauces from Marion's Kitchen I was glad and, at the same time, scared. Scared because I don't like chilli, LOL.



Apart from my chilli phobia I have now discovered a love for this spicy beast and since then (you can ask my friends, it's true), I make a simple dish for dinner 4/7 nights of the week. I make up a sauce that lasts for 3-4 nights that I spread on either salmon or sea trout. This is my own recipe and because I'm time poor and on a restricted diet for health reasons. The real hot sauces I passed to my neighbour who loves chillies and informs me this is the best! I did try the hot chili myself but I had to run screaming to the kitchen for ice! OK, an exaggeration! I have found however, Marion's Coconut Sriracha to be the right amount of 'hot' for the wimpy me, and seriously addictive.


FACT: Available on Amazon with rave reviews.

Pictured below is Marion's Noodle Wrapped Prawns and Pork Balls.


To get the best recipes visit Marion's Kitchen.

Here's my quick and easy fish dinner.

  • 4 TBL Marion's Coconut Sriracha

  • 2 TBL Tamari or soy sauce

  • 2 TBL Sesame Oil

  • 1 TSP thinly sliced fresh ginger

  • 1 TSP sesame seeds

+ 1 cup of cooked brown rice, salad leaves and sliced avocado.


Shake the ingredients in a jar and keep in fridge. I put an amount just to cover my fish and cook 15 minutes in the air fryer. Then I serve it with brown rice (with a tsp of the sauce mixed in) I top the fish and add a big handful of pre-washed mixed salad leaves and some avocado. I live alone by the way, and this makes for a quick, tasty and healthy meal. The fish comes out with a beautiful sticky coating and tastes delicious.


There a whole lot of other sauces to make cooking at home sensational so check out the website for more information like these Crab & Pork Dumplings.




The Marion’s Kitchen range of food products is now available in the USA, Australia and New Zealand. Each product from The Marion’s Kitchen Food Company starts out life as a home recipe – created and cooked just as it should be. No fancy chemical labs, white coats or ingredients you can’t pronounce…just good honest cooking. Since 2010, Marion and her Mum have used family recipes, time-honoured techniques and clean, honest ingredients to create a range of tasty food products for people who love eating and living well.

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