New Celebrate Southeast Asia Collection
Posted by Rebekah Wicke on 11/24/16
We are very excited to introduce our newest line of seasonings, the Celebrate Southeast Asia Collection! This collection, carefully crafted by Chef Elizabeth Lindemer and Associate Food Scientist Brian Swing, features four delicious and on-trend seasonings. The four yummy seasonings and bases in this collection are:
- Malaysian Style Curry Laska Sauce Base
- Spicy Singapore Style Chili Seafood Seasoning
- Thai Style Gingered Butternut Squash Soup Base
- Vietnamese Style Meatball Seasoning
Inspired by the flavors of Southeast Asia, each of the items that make up Fuchs’ Celebrate Southeast Asia Collection has its own unique inspiration and flavor profile, yet all of them draw on the authentic characteristics of the diverse Southeast Asian culinary traditions.
For our Thai Style Gingered Butternut Squash Soup Base, we were inspired by Thai cuisine’s use of strongly perfumed spices and spicy flavors to recreate a fall classic with twist. This delicious vegan soup fuses naturally rich and sweet butternut squash along with creamy coconut, complex and peppery ginger and finishes with bright citrus and herbal notes.
Our Celebrate Southeast Asia Collection features two items to take protein to the next level. First is our Vietnamese Meatball Seasoning, which is reminiscent of Hanoi’s ever intriguing cuisine. It features a flavorful blend of bold spices and fragrant herbs with savory garlic and onion. According to Chef Elizabeth, “Our seasoning creates meatballs that are perfect for snacking right off the grill, in a Bahn Mi, tossed in a soup or served with noodles.”
Second is the delicious and versatile Spicy Singapore Style Chili Seafood Seasoning which is perfect for shrimp, scallops, salmon, and even crab. “We’ve put our own spin on the classic and iconic Singapore Chili Crab dish to create a seafood sauce that exhibits the same spicy, sweet and luxurious appeal,” Chef Elizabeth notes.
Not only is our Malaysian Style Curry Laska Sauce Base organic compliant, but it’s also a vibrant addition to any side dish or entrée. “Enjoy as plain laska by simply serving noodles with the sauce, or add chicken, shrimp, bean sprouts and fresh mint for a hearty fall meal,” Chef Elizabeth suggests.
Interested in trying our new Celebrate Southeast Asia Collection? Request samples here.
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- Fuchs Admin