Mexican Cooking Sauces

Lori Sandoval's trio of sauces irresistably remixes traditional regional Mexican recipes and ingredients.
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Lori Sandoval

$36.00

Lori Sandoval created by

Lori Sandoval

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Chili in Herre

Invite your tastebuds on a whirlwind tour of Mexico, with Lori Sandoval as your guide. Her Ancho Chile & Tamarind Sauce is inspired by the Jalisco region, where sweet/sour tamarind fruit grows copiously on beautiful trees. Combining it with mildly hot, smoky/fruity ancho chile makes for a rich, addictive "x-factor" to both savory and sweet dishes.

Chile Negro & Hibiscus Sauce, inspired by the rugged Zacatecas region's hearty cuisine, blends the mild heat and raisin-and-cocoa flavor of chile negro with the tart, cranberry-like flavor of hibiscus for a one-two flavor punch. Lori adds nuts, cinnamon, and cacao to create a earthy and inspired mole.

Her slightly sweet, Oaxaca-inspired Tres Chiles & Mezcal gives the chile trio of that region's famous mole negro a delicious smoky dimension via the addition of the iconic, agave-based local hooch. Made in California.

Click here for recipes using the Mexican Cooking Sauces.

We spoke with Lori about entrepreneurship, inspiration, and, of course, tasty salsas. Read more on our blog.

Lori Sandoval

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Lori Sandoval

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“I wanted to share the flavors of my heritage, the country I had spent so much time in, both as a child and as an adult.”

After studying abroad and traveling for years around the world exploring foods and global cuisines, Lori Sandoval made a rash decision that would change the rest of her life. Lori decided to cease her graduate studies in architecture and instead enrolled in culinary school where she studied classical French cuisine and technique. She worked at some of the best restaurants in Los Angeles until the day she realized that Mexican regional culinary traditions ought to be shared with the world just like those of Europe have been. Lori is passionate about pushing awareness of her Mexican ancestors’ culinary traditions beyond the typical red or green sauces.

We spoke with Lori about entrepreneurship, inspiration, and, of course, tasty salsas. Read more on our blog.

Made in the USA
Measurements
Set of three 12 oz. jars
Ingredients
Care
Refrigerate after opening.
Item ID
47362

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Mind Blown!!!

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Comments about UncommonGoods Mexican Cooking Sauces:

I received these as a gift and as a novice cook they made my food taste like I was a pro. Sauces were versatile and easy to use. Their website also has several easy to follow recipe suggestions and these sauces do not fall short on authenticity or flavor.

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Authentic but unique mexican flavors at home

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from Culver City, CA

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  • Really easy to make, unique flavors

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    • Gift for mexican food lover

    Comments about UncommonGoods Mexican Cooking Sauces:

    I love these flavors and how you can make really amazing Mexican food at home (and even make it healthy for any diet). Impossible to mess up these sauces. Perfect gift for my friends who love Mexican food but have dietary restrictions or can't get Mexican food where they live.

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