Laotian Sauces. Small Batches. Made in Toronto. * No Preservatives *Gluten Free * No MSG * Non GMO*
We made it into Toronto Life's 20 Best Local Hot Sauces in their June 2019 edition.
Spicy Pineapple Sauce 355ml
The Pineapple is nicknamed the King of Fruits and was once highly regarded as a status symbol for European royals, nobles and the upper class. Such was also the case when the pineapple was introduced to Southeast Asia and the ancient Kingdom of Lanxang Hom Khao (Literally: The Land of a Million Elephants and the White Parasol) - modern day Laos.
Traditionally, this special sauce was reserved for use during special celebratory meals consisting of meat and seafood. If you love anything tropical, you will love our famous pineapple sauce. Our pineapple sauce will be your go-to sauce. It is so versatile that it can be used for everything - from salads, to BBQ, or simply as a dipping sauce.
Jeow Bong (Traditional Laotian Sundried Sweet & Spicy Chili Paste).
Jeow Bong is a very special dipping sauce for the people of Laos. It originates from the ancient royal capital city and the UNESCO World Heritage town of Luang Prabang in Northern Laos. Traditionally, the sauce is made with sundried chilies, then roasted over an open fire and crushed into a paste. It is then mixed with other local ingredients to create the perfect blend of sweet and spicy. The process is long, but it is a labour of love. Royalty and commoners alike enjoy this dipping sauce.
This sauce is present at every meal in a Laotian home and is usually eaten with sticky rice, but it can be spread on your sandwiches, added to your stir fry, soup and even spaghetti sauce for more depth and flavor!
Unfortunately our Green Chili Sauce is sold out, and we are having a difficult time sourcing our peppers during this global pandemic. As soon as we can find the peppers, we will do another production run.
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You can still find our sauces at McEwan's in Toronto - TD Center and Shops at Don Mills locations.
Green is the colour of life and the Laotians are famous for their strict adherence to this principle. They are known for eating large quantities of raw vegetables and herbs picked freshly from the garden at each meal.
Our green chili sauce is the embodiment of that very principle. Our secret blend of green chilies and cilantro are chosen in order to give this sauce a vibrant green colour. Traditionally, this spicy sauce is used as a dipping sauce for grilled meat and seafood. Try it on your steak, chicken and fish - you'll love it.
It is our most popular sauce because it is like no other.