Sabauce (pronounced sa-boss) Handcrafted Marinade is similar in profile to tandoori, combining a yogurt base and a mix of Eastern spices that includes cumin, turmeric, black salt, and mango powder. Thanks to the enzymes in the yogurt, this sauce require less marinating time, tenderizing the meat of your choice or any vegetable while adding rich flavor. Proudly crafted and bottled in Columbus, Ohio.
This item is perishable and should arrive within 5 days of shipment from our headquarters in Dayton, Ohio. Depending on where this item is headed, it may require expedited shipping.
Yogurt: Cultured Grade A Milk, Chili Powder, Methi Dal, Salt, Asafoetida, Cilantro, Onion, Lime Juice, Distilled White Vinegar, Water, Mustard Seed, Turmeric, Paprika, Spices, Ginger, Garlic, Citric Acid, Sodium Benzoate as preservative, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Peppercorn, Olive Oil, Red Pepper, Silicon Dioxide, Cumin Seed, Black Salt, Fennel Seed, Clove, Cinnamon, Mango Powder, Rock Salt, Star Anise, Garlic Powder, FD&C Yellow #6, FD&C Red #40, Papain (Corn Maltodextrin), Himalayan Pink Salt, Brown Cardamom, Star Aniseed, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Cane Sugar, Canola Oil, Citric Acid, Sodium Phosphate
Use as a marinade for any meat or vegetable, but be sure to save a little for serving. This jar can marinate up to 5 to 6 pounds of meats or vegetables.
Please note: Shipped without ice; however, please refrigerate immediately upon receiving to help extend the product life and freshness.
The passion and inspiration of this marinade stems from a deep love of traditional family cooking. At a young age, Amit Amin (co-owner) recalls watching his mother's love for cooking and mimicking her in the kitchen. The joy observed from family and friends enjoying her delicious cuisine sparked his initial interest to pursue cooking.
Traveling throughout India allowed Amit to indulge in different flavors and tastes. He wanted to infuse flavors that would allow the marinade to incorporate and please the western palate.
The name is derived from shabash, a word used on the Indian subcontinent as an exclamation of praise meaning “well done!” We do think this sauce is well done and we hope you agree.