Watcharee's, a line of authentic gourmet Thai sauces, is available online for the 2016 holiday season. Watacharee's mouth-watering sauces, including Pad Thai, Peanut, Green Curry, and Massaman Curry, are an ideal gift for home cooks and Thai food fans and are available online. Handcrafted in small batches from premium ingredients imported from Thailand, the sauces bring the authentic flavors of Asia to dining room tables across the United States. The line was launched in 2014 by Thai chef Watcharee Limanon, and has fast become a best seller in specialty foods stores and through online vendors, including Amazon. For gourmands, Watcharee offers a Thai Sauces Gift Set that includes 11.75 oz jars of all four ready-to-use authentic sauces.
Watcharee's sauces are sold at Whole Foods Markets throughout their North Atlantic and Mid-Atlantic regions and at specialty food stores throughout New England. "I started bottling our sauces using traditional recipes, some of which were influenced by my mom, to bring the authentic flavors of Thailand into American homes," says Limanon. "We craft our sauces from premium imported ingredients so that Thai food lovers and busy people can make authentic, healthy, and quick Thai cuisine at home. We've been overwhelmed by the response we get from our customers, who say they not only use our sauces for traditional Thai foods or fusion dishes, but also to spice up children's meals like chicken nuggets or macaroni and cheese!"
Rich and pure but never over-powering, Watcharee's Thai peanut sauce is the spicy sidekick of satay, but also brings a tangy warmth to fresh vegetables, noodles or wraps. The classic Thai green curry sauce, which is bold yet delicate, has a sophistication all its own. Bursting with spicy sweetness and a hint of salt and lime, Watcharee's massaman curry sauce is a hearty simmer sauce that infuses meats and seafood with the best of Thai traditions. The most versatile sauce in the line, Watcharee's pad Thai sauce, blends fragrant spices, sweet shallots and tamarind, and is inspired by a recipe from traditional fishing villages east of Bangkok.