Explore the Bold Spicy Flavors from Around the World
All Serious Foodie products start with research and discovery of the ingredients, cooking style, and recipes of a specific region. And we keep it all pure – regional fair-trade ingredients, non-GMO, nothing artificial.
For our spicy condiment collection, we began to explore 5 distinct world regions – selecting ingredients, and developing recipes that will reflect the way people use spicy flavors.
Inspired by the flavors of Brazilian barbecue, this bold spicy sauce contains artisan smoked jalapeños and fresh citrus flavors. It is great to use on the grill, as a marinade, or as a sauce for dipping.
The spicy, complex peppers from the hills of Calabria are the foundation of this wonderful sauce, based on my Nonna’s original Calabrian recipe. This sauce is the perfect balance of spicy & savory. Add a heaping spoonful to a bowl of pasta and fresh basil for an easy gourmet meal.
Sambal, a word used for Southeast Asian chile paste, is simple on its surface – the Indonesian version consists of crushed red chiles, lime juice, vinegar, garlic, and salt. It’s the right fresh chilies and the right balance of ingredients, that will give the Sambal it’s wonderful, versatile flavor. Use as a condiment to any dish, as a marinade, or grill sauce.
This traditional Sri Lankan sauce is made from coconut, shallots, dried whole chilies, lime juice, and salt – it is both spicy and refreshing, and very addicting. Sri Lanka is located in the Indian Ocean southwest of India, but with a food and culture that is distinct from India. In Sri Lanka, this hot sauce is often used as an accompaniment with rice and curries, but can be used with any meat, fish, or vegetable dish.
Vietnamese dipping sauce (Nuoc Cham) graces the tables at almost all Vietnamese meals. There are many variations of this wonderful sauce, with each household having its own recipe. Our version is gluten-free, and focuses on the flavors of our proprietary fresh chilies.