A creamy, mildly spicy sauce featuring the bold flavours of garlic and jalapeno. Garlic-Jalapeno is vegan friendly and makes a perfect substitution for any mayonnaise-based sauces such as an aioli. Drench your tacos in it. Dunk your fries. Add it to your chicken salad. Just be sure to save some for sharing as this is sure to be a family favorite!
A medium spicy sauce with a rich smoky flavour. Morita peppers are combined with garlic to create a sauce perfect for both your tacos and as a steak sauce. Toss some baby potatoes and chicken wings in Garlic-Morita and throw them on the barbecue for an easy meal. Love a steak sandwich? Don’t forget to add Garlic-Morita. And put Garlic-Morita on all of your favorite meatless options to give them meaty flavour!
A traditional taco sauce made from a mixture of tomatillos and 5 kinds of peppers. While this spicy sauce gets its name from the tacos one is meant to slather it on, it has so many other uses! Add Taquera to your ground beef when making burgers or meatloaf or take your chili to the next level. It also makes a perfect companion for that cheese quesadilla.
A spicy red sauce featuring 7 different varieties of peppers with a pleasant tangy bite and a smoky finish. Pinche Loco is the perfect pairing for any taco but also goes great on pizza. Pour a few drops into a perfected chilled michelada (a combination of beer, tomato-clam juice and fresh squeezed lime) for that perfect summertime beverage.
While most people love Mexican food, many are afraid of foods that are too spicy. One of our more popular sauces in the restaurant, Salsa Tomate is a flavorful sauce that doesn’t singe the tastebuds. Bored of the same old meals every week? Try your hand at making homemade enchiladas and serve them with Salsa Tomate! Be sure to keep a few jars on hand as this versatile sauce makes a great base for any of your tomato-based pasta sauces, soups or chili.
A medium-spicy green sauce made with fresh tomatillos and jalapenos. Impress your brunch guests with a homemade omelet topped with warmed Salsa Verde and feta cheese. Make traditional chilaquiles by drenching tortilla chips in warm Salsa Verde and topping with chopped onion, cilantro and a fried egg. Salsa Verde also makes a great marinade!