Southeast Asia is a beautiful mosaic of countries and people, draped beneath India and China, with its treasure trove of exotic tastes and aromas. The foods of Southeast Asia combine indigenous spices and ingredients with influences from China, India, the Middle East and Europe. Its diverse ethnic mix, bustling markets and fragrant spice mixes have created Southeast Asia's distinct and enticing flavors. Open any one of these silver containers, which offer complete and ready to use spice blends, and you can almost hear the temples bells of faraway Mandalay, the sizzling woks along Thailand's floating market, and the rustling of colorful batik sarongs against Bali's ocean breeze!
Balinese Rendang: a festive favorite of Indonesia and Malaysia, this rich and aromatic dish is prepared with beef, chicken or fish.
Laotian Chicken: combines flavor elements from Chinese, Indians and ethnic Laotians to create an all-appealing chicken, pork or vegetable dish.
Burmese Seafood: a fragrant fish, shrimp (or vegetarian) entrée, with coriander, ginger, fenugreek, galangal, and tomatoes.
Vietnamese Stir-Fry: cumin, black pepper and star anise make this savory and slightly sweet sauce great for beef, pork, chicken or vegetables.
Indonesian Satay™: great for outdoor BBQs or indoor grills. Enjoy it with chicken, seafood, pork or beef, served with an easy-to-prepare peanut sauce.
Thai Green Curry
Thai Green Curry: Description: an aromatic green curry with fragrant spices, green herbs, green chilies and coconut milk.
Singapore Curry: A coriander, ginger and turmeric based curry that is of Indian origins with Chinese influences.