Chef Tory McPhail Coconut, Key Lime and Curry Sauce

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Coconut, Key Lime and Curry sauce is perfect to marinate, glaze and slow BBQ meats and seafood. And since it's healthy, gluten free and has no added fats, it can also be used as a salad dressing,condiment or sauce to dress up your finished plate.
$6.49

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Not Your Parent's New Orleans Sauce Review by William (Posted on 4/7/2016)
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I knew that Tory McPhail had experience in Caribbean kitchens for some time before settling into a couple of decades in New Orleans with the Brennan family, now as Executive Chef at the venerable Commander's Palace. This sauce draws more from Tory's Caribbean roots, combining the richness of thick coconut with a touch of acid from the key lime and a distinctive spice component from the West Indies style curry (not at all like "curry" from India). I used some to make a "Creole Poke," which consists of cubed sushi grade yellowtail tuna marinated in Tory's sauce with some creole seasoning, snipped chives and a little extra lime juice. After a stint in the refrigerator to allow the fish to cure a bit, I placed the poke in an ice cold martini glass, drizzled on a little more of Tory's sauce, then garnished with some a few more chives, a little lime zest and a healthy sprinkling of crushed, toasted coconut on top around the edge. Watch for this recipe to be published soon.
Something Special from An Experienced Caribbean Chef Review by Rich and Complex Caribbean Flavors (Posted on 4/7/2016)
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I knew that Tory McPhail had spent some time in kitchens in the Caribbean before making his home and establishing a stellar reputation in New Orleans. Working with the Brennan family for a couple of decades surely has steeped him in creole preparations, sauces, etc. However, I don't expect that you will find anything like this Coconut, Key Lime and Curry Sauce in any New Orleans restaurant. The coconut gives it richness, which is balanced by the key lime, then enhanced by a West Indies style curry, which is quite different from "curry" from India. I used some to make a "Creole Poke," which sushi grade tuna with Asian pear and chives, marinated in creole seasoning with a little dark Jamaican rum and a healthy dose of this sauce with a little extra lime juice added to enhance the acid level. After a brief stint in the refrigerator, we spooned the poke into ice cold martini glasses, then drizzled on a little more of Chef Tory's sauce, sprinkled on a few snipped chives and a little lime zest, then added crushed, toasted coconut around the edge. Look for this recipe, paired with a classic daiquiri, in an upcoming magazine article, along with other recipes employing Chef Tory's sauces.
excellent Review by grandma (Posted on 11/2/2015)
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Found the sauce to have excellent flavor. used on chicken and added some to rice. A definite redo!!!

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"I first started at the famed Commander's Palace in New Orleans in 1993 exploring the culture and intense seasoning of Creole food. Since that time I've made stops in Palm Beach, Europe and most of the Caribbean Islands to understand what early explorers may have eaten before they founded New Orleans. Travel back in time with the flavor of these sauces to experience real Creole-Caribbean cuisine." - Chef Tory McPhail

Customer Reviews

Not Your Parent's New Orleans Sauce Review by William (Posted on 4/7/2016)
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I knew that Tory McPhail had experience in Caribbean kitchens for some time before settling into a couple of decades in New Orleans with the Brennan family, now as Executive Chef at the venerable Commander's Palace. This sauce draws more from Tory's Caribbean roots, combining the richness of thick coconut with a touch of acid from the key lime and a distinctive spice component from the West Indies style curry (not at all like "curry" from India). I used some to make a "Creole Poke," which consists of cubed sushi grade yellowtail tuna marinated in Tory's sauce with some creole seasoning, snipped chives and a little extra lime juice. After a stint in the refrigerator to allow the fish to cure a bit, I placed the poke in an ice cold martini glass, drizzled on a little more of Tory's sauce, then garnished with some a few more chives, a little lime zest and a healthy sprinkling of crushed, toasted coconut on top around the edge. Watch for this recipe to be published soon.
Something Special from An Experienced Caribbean Chef Review by Rich and Complex Caribbean Flavors (Posted on 4/7/2016)
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I knew that Tory McPhail had spent some time in kitchens in the Caribbean before making his home and establishing a stellar reputation in New Orleans. Working with the Brennan family for a couple of decades surely has steeped him in creole preparations, sauces, etc. However, I don't expect that you will find anything like this Coconut, Key Lime and Curry Sauce in any New Orleans restaurant. The coconut gives it richness, which is balanced by the key lime, then enhanced by a West Indies style curry, which is quite different from "curry" from India. I used some to make a "Creole Poke," which sushi grade tuna with Asian pear and chives, marinated in creole seasoning with a little dark Jamaican rum and a healthy dose of this sauce with a little extra lime juice added to enhance the acid level. After a brief stint in the refrigerator, we spooned the poke into ice cold martini glasses, then drizzled on a little more of Chef Tory's sauce, sprinkled on a few snipped chives and a little lime zest, then added crushed, toasted coconut around the edge. Look for this recipe, paired with a classic daiquiri, in an upcoming magazine article, along with other recipes employing Chef Tory's sauces.
excellent Review by grandma (Posted on 11/2/2015)
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Found the sauce to have excellent flavor. used on chicken and added some to rice. A definite redo!!!

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