Flavor Profile – A staple of Korean cooking, Gochujang is a spicy-sweet paste made from red chili peppers, fermented soybeans, rice, and salt, adding a rich umami flavor to many dishes.
Application – Elevate your Korean-inspired menu with this traditional ingredient – jazz up an authentic Bibimbap with rich Gochujang sauce to add an extra depth of flavor. Or bring a little heat to Spicy Pork Bulgogi marinated in a spicy Gochujang paste with fresh garlic and ginger.
Flavor Profile – Originally made from honey, chilis, and jalapeño peppers, this versatile sauce has evolved into many avatars with the use of hotter and spicier peppers like habanero or ghost pepper. This has seen triple-digit growth in the last few years on menus, whether as a drizzle, sauce, dip, or even as a cool flavor for shakes.
Application – Add some sweet heat to your customer’s go-to Pizza Pie with Hot Honey Drizzles, or take it one step further by serving a Hot Honey Garlic Dip. The sticky, syrupy texture with a kick of heat will give the pie some surprising pizzazz that your guests will love. Or add the trending flavor to Chicken Wings, Chicken Nuggets, or Crinkle Cut Fries to make your snacks even more appealing.
Flavor Profile – A creamy and luscious sauce with a hint of sweetness, this mayo is comparable to the conventional mayo. Perfect for vegan and non-vegan mayo lovers alike!
Application – Elevate your vegan sandwich and burger menus with vegan mayo. Slather it on a bright-green sandwich or burger packed with fresh, crunchy veggies, or toss it with baked potatoes sprinkled with seasonal herbs to serve as a delicious Potato Salad.
Flavor Profile – A classic Indian staple for meals and snacks, made with key ingredients like ripe mango, mustard seeds, and chili flakes to add some spice. Think of it as a refreshing sauce oozing with tropical fruity notes. You can even make it with a thicker viscosity to turn it into a delicious dip.
Application – Looking to re-vamp your Indian-inspired menu? Serve mango chutney atop stuffed parathas, or as a dip with tikka wraps. It’s great for adding value to frozen veggie snacks like samosas – just include the Mango Chutney in a dip cup or small pouches.
Flavor Profile – Hailing from southern Thailand with Indian and Malay influences, Massaman is mildly spicy with sweet and tangy notes. It’s an exotic blend of creamy coconut milk, lemongrass, and the peppery spice of galangal.
Application – Discover the fusion flavors of Massaman Curry: Toss chicken and veggies in this curry and serve it on a bed of steamed sticky rice. This can be made as a ready-to-eat meal or served fresh and hot in your restaurant – or even offered as a light-hearted, comforting soup.
Flavor Profile – A Japanese sauce crafted with key ingredients like ketchup, Worcestershire sauce, soy sauce, mirin, and oyster sauce. It is a mix of many delicious flavors, including tart, spicy, sour, and sweet.
Application – Take advantage of the growing love for Asian flavors like the Japanese comfort foods Chicken Katsu or Pork Tonkatsu. These can be served as crispy fried cutlets coated with Panko bread crumbs, drizzled with or dipped in delicious Tonkatsu sauce and accompanied by steamed rice and crunchy shredded cabbage.
Flavor Profile – A hot chili-pepper paste found in Moroccan cooking for flavoring meats, stews, and vegetables. This spicy, sweet, and smoky sauce includes roasted bell peppers, chili peppers, and habanero peppers.
Application – Bring the heat to your next meal-kit offerings with Harissa Seafood and Vegetable Stew. It’s made with fresh mussels, squid, and prawns mixed in with chunks of red peppers, baby potatoes, onions, chickpeas, zucchini, and harissa paste to craft a sweet, spicy, and perfectly comforting dish. Or add Tunisian-flavored Harissa Chicken Wings to dial up your customers’ international flavor options.
Ras el Hanout
Flavor Profile – A blend of North African spices used to flavor meat, stews, and vegetables. With its earthy, sweet, warm, and rich aromas – it can contain up to 80 spices like coriander, cumin, nutmeg, turmeric, cayenne, and cinnamon – it’s packed with fantastic flavors as well as potential health benefits.
Application – Bring a twist to a traditional pilaf when you add a Ras el Hanout Beef Bowl to your meal-kit offering! Complete the meal with classic Persian spices to give beef a rich flavor, and top it off with mint and lemon yogurt for that extra deliciousness. Or beef up Pot Roast with Ras el Hanout: Start building the flavors by slow-cooking pot roast with aromatics like onions, carrots, and celery – then generously pour over the luscious braising liquid complete with tomatoes, lemon, mint, paprika, and Ras el Hanout.
Char Siu Sauce
Flavor Profile – This sweet and savory Chinese BBQ sauce is added to roasted pork, dips, and spreads. Crafted using hoisin, honey, soy sauce, sherry, and Chinese five-spice powder, Char Siu makes for a delicious sweet and savory sauce.
Application – Take barbecuing fun to new heights with Char Siu Pork, a delightfully juicy, tender, sweet, and savory pork dish popular in Chinese cuisine. Grilled to perfection, it’s typically served on a bed of rice and fresh greens.
Flavor Profile – Cinnamon Maple is a sweet drizzle made of butter, maple syrup, cream, and cinnamon. This sauce can be used to enhance any number of sweet or savory applications – from waffles to chicken and much more!
Application – Sweeten up the frozen food aisle, with Cinnamon Maple Waffles or mini pancakes with Cinnamon Maple drizzle in a convenient, ready-to-heat-and-eat format. Our sweet sauces and syrups make breakfast easier and tastier than ever!