Do you want to enjoy an authentic salsa brava at home? Choví makes it easy for you by adding a spicy touch, just for those who are looking for dishes with flavour.
At Choví we could not do without a sauce as characteristic of Spanish cuisine as salsa brava. We make a product with character, with a spicy touch and a convenient format to enjoy, for example, authentic patatas bravas in your own home.
Choví salsa brava is perfect with tortillas or grilled meats.
Do you want to know more about our brava sauce? Dare to discover its secret and it will surely become a must on your table!
Quality is the basis of our sauces. At Choví we are inspired by the unique gastronomy of Spain to offer you products in which flavour and authenticity are paramount. That's why we couldn't miss salsa brava in our selection.
¿En qué se diferencia la salsa brava Choví? Las materias primas de calidad son el secreto para conseguir una salsa sabrosa, con un ligero toque picante que te permitirá disfrutar de tus comidas como si estuvieras en tu bar de confianza.
It provides intensity and is an antioxidant for the body. Not all oils are the same. The different varieties of olive oil bring different flavours and intensity to our sauces.
A food with many health benefits as it reduces cholesterol levels, is a natural antibiotic and antioxidant. To prepare all our aioli sauces, at Choví we use purple garlic and we use it fresh and whole so it does not lose its aroma.
Para la elaboración de las salsas Choví, seleccionamos ingredientes de primera calidad. En el caso de los tomates para conseguir un sabor y textura característicos.
They are essential for adding flavour, nuances and a spicy touch to the salsa brava. The selection of spices gives the different preparations unique and interesting nuances, enhancing flavours.
Una reinterpretación de la receta clásica. Es una salsa refrigerada elaborada con ajo, tomate, aceite, pimentón dulce y yema de huevo. Su textura es cremosa, similar a un alioli pero con un toque picante (tiene cayena).
Choví presenta la salsa La Brava en formato tarrina de 150 gramos con la peculiaridad de que puede calentarse sin cortarse, lo que facilita su dosificación.
Perfect with chips, boiled potatoes, meat or roast vegetables.
The essential element to enjoy authentic patatas bravas. Our Patatas Bravas sauce has character, a spicy touch and a unique texture. Made with oil, garlic, tomato and spices.
Patatas Bravas Choví sauce comes in two formats. The 250-millilitre squeeze bottle is an ergonomic, convenient and hygienic container thanks to its valve cap. The one-kilo bucket is perfect for catering establishments that want to offer their customers authentic potatoes.
Made with tomatoes, vinegar and a special touch of cayenne.
It is a sauce similar to ketchup but spicy and its format - 1,850 gram jar - is ideal for use in the catering trade.
Perfect for preparing good patatas bravas but also to add a special touch to salads, omelettes, starters or meat stews.
It is easy to prepare, although it requires a little more time than other sauces, such as mayonnaise.
Su elaboración es sencilla aunque requiere de un poco más de tiempo que otras salsas, como la mayonesa.
There are variations in the ingredients of the salsa brava, especially with regard to the degree of spiciness, although the basics are the basics and, basically, the recipe is as follows:
Cayenne, cumin, tomato or white wine can be added to these basic ingredients.
1 Chop the onion and garlic and fry them in oil. Add the paprika.
2 Add the flour and a minute later the stock. Bring to the boil until it has the texture of a "velouté".
3 Blend with a blender. If you want it to be more liquid, pass it through a fine sieve.
Enjoy with Choví the perfect patatas bravas, one of the most popular Spanish tapas, without having to leave your home. Include Choví brava sauce in your usual recipes to add intensity to your dishes. We make it easy for you, as the different formats and presentations come ready to eat. Enjoy a different kind of lunch or dinner with our recipes with salsa brava!
Choví Brava sauce is inseparable from patatas bravas but it also goes well with other dishes, such as omelettes, grilled meats or pasta. Dare to experiment with Choví!
The characteristic reddish colour of salsa brava does not come from the tomato, but from the paprika. It is a product whose consumption is much more widespread in bars and cafés than in the private sphere and one of the typical tapas of Spanish gastronomy. In fact, there are places whose speciality is patatas bravas with an infinite number of variations in their recipes. For example, in the Levante area, it is usually served with aioli or a garlic sauce.
The popularity of patatas bravas in Spain is such that the UN itself included them in 2008 in a list of potato recipes, recognising them as a typical dish of Spanish gastronomy.