My Sauces made a trip to Chicago as part of training for the upcoming Sushi Bar that will be opened by me and my Chef Master who resides in Chicago. I am visiting for two weeks for training but also to figure out how to incorporate my three sauces into the menu.
Miso will be utilized for the broiled sea bass, sushi roll, salad dressing for a specific salad and appetizers.
Hot Sauce will be utilized for a Spicy Tuna Tartare and Some Spicy Poke Bowls .
Balsamic Glaze will be incorporated as the Sweet Soy Balsamic for Appetizers from the kitchen, added or splashed over some tartare dishes or seared tuna salad.
Yes, these sauces are really versatile and will be demonstrate its worth once again when we open the sushi bar this fall.
Fantastic with Breakfast Tacos
What more do I need to say..... move over Tabascos. My Sweet & Spicy Chili Sauce is so good with breakfast tacos.
Always love getting a message from happy home cook!
This family wanted to recreate my famous Miso Mero Seabass from my restaurant, Veritas Wine & Bistro back two years ago.
So, he grabbed a bottle of Miso and marinated a Chilean Sea Bass overnight and baked in the oven and he was so amazed that it tasted just like he remembered when he had it at my restaurant. Well, why am I not surprised? LOL Of course it will because it is the same sauce that we use at the restaurant all these years. And best part is that the First Ingredient on these sauces do not start with WATER like so many inexpensive mis sauces are. This is highly concentrated flavor that is used at my restaurants for restaurant menu items! And you can create gourmet dishes using this sauces!
Grab a bottle and give it a try!
Great with Tuna Poke
I can't help but eating rice bowls. LOL.
But I especially love eating Tuna Poke Rice Bowls. But to make it more my style, I add Spicy Mayo and my Sweet & Spicy Chili Sauce on the Poke Bowl. It really adds more depth to the flavor of the poke with full rounded spicy flavor. I have always said that my chili sauce pairs extremely well with variety of cuisine but my my my...rice bowl is especially true in this case.
If you don't have a time to make a tuna poke bowl, just grab my bottle and pour about 1 oz of my chili sauce over the serving. It will take your poke to the next level.
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