Kaye Foong, founder and CEO of Cheeky Boy Sauces will be with us on Sunday. The Sauce boss will be on Hochanda to tell us all about his natural sauces that are packed with authentic and exotic flavours. Inspired by over 20 years of travelling the world in his previous career in the military and the private sector, Kaye turned his passion for food into a business in 2016 to create a range of premium, all natural sauces that will liven up your dishes add a twist to your creativity in the kitchen.

Speaking about the inspiration behind the sauces, Kaye said:

“I’ve always had a passion for food and from my dining experiences I bring you these flavours from around the world made only from natural ingredients, It means the sauces are free from artificial flavours, colours and preservatives. We only use fresh natural and authentic ingredients so you know everything we make tastes good for you.”

One of the secret ingredients that sets Cheeky Boy Sauces apart is that each sauce has a story behind it.  Read on to find out what inspired our favourite five flavourful sauces!


This delicious spicy sauce is based on one created in 1949 by Berliner Herta Heuwer. She wanted to add some zing to their bland post-war sausages – and it worked! Now cheeky boy has recreated this historic handmade recipe with fresh vegetables and earthy spices. Pop it on your burgers, chicken wings, pulled pork, BBQs and of course bratwurst!


During the 1710’s the Jolly Roger was flown by pirate captains to identify that they were about to attack, on the open seas. Today, Jolly Roger is a fragrant creamy coconut sauce blended with kicking ginger and spices from the Eastern shores. Perfect for pirates and foodies from the Carribean to the Orient, and great with chicken and seafood.


(HMS Sussex) is a hot mayo sauce and is Cheeky Boy’s version of the Coronation sauce originally created in 1953 to commemorate the coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Our Sussex made sauce gives a creamy kick to your poultry dishes with blended, exotic spices and flavours from the British Commonwealth. HMS Sussex was also a Royal Navy heavy cruiser. On 5th Sep 1945 she entered Singapore Harbour where the Japanese commander of the garrison was brought on board, to sign their formal surrender.


Back in the 18th century, British sailors in the Royal Navy needed Vitamin C packed limes to keep them healthy and hearty, and were given the nickname ‘Limey’. Today, Cheeky Boy has taken the freshness of lime juice and expertly blended it with punchy ginger and spicy Scotch Bonnet chillis. The perfect sauce for BBQs, salads and naturally seafood!


The Bhut jolokia, also known as ghost chilli & naga jolokia, is an interspecific hybrid chilli pepper. Cultivated in the Eastern foothills of the Himalayan Indian states of Assam & Nagaland. These states are also home to the ferocious Naga head-hunter warriors of Nagaland and the legendary Yeti! The Yeti sauce from Cheeky Boy turns the most abominably bland meals into peaks of deep and dark flavours. It was also developed as a tribute to the British Army Gurkhas.

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