Our sauce boat product range offers quality and flavour. They are fresh preservative-free sauces made with cream and high-quality natural ingredients in order to ensure a homemade authentic Mediterranean flavour.
CHOVÍ'S SAUCE BOATS
At Choví, we have developed a fresh sauce product range presented in an exclusive sauce boat container that prevents spilling and ensures a clean and comfortable use. A sauce-boat exclusive and elegant format for cream-based sauces made with an ingredient selection of the highest quality.
Preservative free! Our sauce boats offer an authentic flavour and a unique aroma thanks to their fresh and natural ingredients. Besides, they are ready to open and enjoy (hot or cold). Check them out!
WHY CHOOSING CHOVÍ'S SAUCE BOATS?
Creaminess, intense aromas, a light texture and a delicious flavour. Fresh sauces made with high-quality natural ingredients presented in a unique container designed for all sorts of cooking uses: with tapas and snacks, meat and fish, pasta and pizzas… Your choice!
Served in an exclusive format preventing spillage, it allows for the sauce’s full consumption and ensures a comfortable and hygienic use. Elegant sauces: open and enjoy their full aroma and flavour (being heated or not).
INGREDIENTS OF CHOVÍ'S SAUCE BOATS
PEPPER SAUCE BOAT
Made with cream, oil, green pepper and a black pepper touch that gives it a slightly spicy flavour. A fresh sauce with a creamy texture and an intense aroma which is perfect to serve hot or cold. It matches a wide variety of preparations: meat, white fish, pasta or pizza. Besides, mixed with a béchamel sauce, it is perfect for preparing croquettes or cannelloni.
CURIOSITIES ABOUT SAUCE BOATS
Sauce boats are traditional containers used to serve all sorts of sauces. They are very popular in some restaurants that use original sauce boats made of pottery, porcelain, metal or steel.
FRENCH SAUCE BOATS
Sauce boats have been used in cooking for many years. Although their exact origin is unknown, from the 17th century on, they became popular among the French nobility. Those were sauce boats –generally made of silver– which were used in the nouvelle cuisine since 1690.
The use of sauce boats became popular in England during the 18th century where, apart from silver, they were also manufactured in porcelain. The renowned English porcelain factories, such as the case of Chelsea or Bristol, started to manufacture all sorts of designs which were later simplified to meet the high demand from the middle class.
Even though the peak of sauce boats was in the 18th and 19th centuries, it still is a very popular element in the crockery sets of many homes and restaurants.
As for the professional sector, they are widely used in traditional restaurants in which they place the meal in the centre of the table so diners can serve themselves to their liking.