What is Regional Flavor Profiles
Create authentic Asian and Pan Asian flavors
make Authentic Asian Regional Flavors simply
Easily achieving the various regional flavors of Asia with our Asian Sauce, Pan Asian Sauce, Marinade, Seasoning and Batter with photo recipes.
Southern Chinese or Cantonese Cuisine
These mild flavor profiles use light soy sauce, garlic and ginger and are quickly cooked with very fresh fish, meat and vegetables. These include recipes such as: Beef and Broccoli, Sweet and Sour Chicken, Chicken Lettuce Wrap, Chow Mein and Lo Mein. A popular dipping sauce is Hawaiian Sweet and Sour sauce for spring rolls, fried won ton, egg rolls, crab Rangoon, coconut shrimp, chicken nuggets, fried fish fillets and any battered or fried appetizers.
Regional Starport Sauces: Brown Stir Fry Sauce, Garlic Sesame Sauce, Classic Wok Sauce, Classic Hoisin Sauce and Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Sauce.
Northern Chinese or Hunan or Szechuan Cuisine
Hot, spicy, garlicky and tangy flavors from these regions use dark soy sauce, chili paste, Hoisin sauce and rice vinegar. Many dishes are braised with deep and rich flavors. Popular recipes include: Hot and Sour Soup, Mongolian Beef, Szechuan Lamb and Peking Duck.
Regional Starport Sauces: Classic Hoisin, General Kung Pao, Spicy Orange Sauce, Hot and Spicy Seasoning, Spicy Red Hunan Sauce, Hot and Sour Soup Concentrate and Spicy Szechuan Sauce.
Japanese dishes are mildly seasoned and use simple ingredients like citrus and sea vegetables. Ponzu Citrus Soy is a perfect, slightly thickened dipping sauce for Sushi, Sashimi, Seared Ahi, Gyoza, Potstickers and Dim Sum, or as a light dressing for cold soba noodles. Hot and spicy condiments include Wasabi and Shichimi Togarashi. Favorite Japanese dishes are hibachi grilled beef, Gyoza dumplings, Edamame Soy Bean Pods, Tempura and Udon noodle soup.
Regional Starport Sauces: Ponzu Citrus Soy Sauce, XOX Teriyaki.
Korean food is now the hottest food trend. Korean food is full of hot, spicy, garlicky, sweet and savory flavors. Korean BBQ Bulgogi and Kalbi are grilling favorites. Bibimbap is Korea's favorite fried rice dish, and Japchae is a delicious noodle dish made with sweet potato starch noodles. Flavorful condiments and side dishes include Kimchi, Doenjang (soy bean paste) and Gochujang (fermented red pepper paste).
Regional Starport Sauces: Spicy Red Hunan Sauce, Garlic Sesame Marinade Sauce and Brown Stir-Fry Sauce.
Southeast Asian Cuisine -
Thai, Vietnamese, Singapore
Tropical fruit flavors of mango, coconut and pineapple are combined with spicy chili peppers, fish sauce and coconut milk. Thai basil, lemongrass, cilantro and galangal (a type of ginger root) are widely used in Southeast Asian cuisine. Popular "comfort food" includes Singaporean Rice Stick Noodles and a Malaysian Coconut Curry Chicken.
Regional Starport Sauces: Coconut Curry Sauce, Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Sauce.
Pan Asian flavors for Polynesian Cuisine
Polynesian menus include Pan Asian flavors: sweet and sour dishes, raw and cooked seafood, sea vegetables and sea "tangles". Huli-Huli Teriyaki Chicken, Sweet and Sour Pork or Chicken and Spam Musubi are popular dishes. Use Hawaiian Sweet and Sour sauce for appetizer dipping sauce: spring rolls, fried won ton, egg rolls, crab rangoon and coconut shrimp. Use Ponzu Citrus Soy to make Ahi Poke, or as the perfect dipping sauce for Sushi, Sashimi, Seared Ahi, Gyoza, Potstickers and Dim Sum, or as a light dressing for cold soba noodles or drizzle on chilled soft Tofu.
Regional Starport Sauces: Hawaiian Sweet and Sour, Coconut Curry Sauce, Spicy Orange Sauce, Ponzu Citrus Soy and Spicy Mango Creole Sauce.
Fusion Flavors -
Jamaican, Creole, Southwest
Starport products lend themselves themselves to a Chefs' imagination as they can be blended to create delightful Fusion signature sauces. Our spicy and smoky Chipotle BBQ Sauce is not only great for BBQ, but is also delicious as a sandwich spread when mixed with mayonnaise. Our absolute favorite Fusion sauce is to mix half Chipotle BBQ Sauce with half Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Sauce, use for delicious Sweet and Spicy Meatballs, Wings, Baby Back Ribs, or Chicken Nuggets. Want to put a twist on the usual shrimp cocktail for your party? Try brushing Spicy Mango Creole Sauce on grilled prawns or scallops to create sumptuous appetizers. Need a bold and tasty party slider? Try Jamaican Jerk Pulled Pork served on a bun or a wrap.
Regional Starport Sauces: Chipotle BBQ Sauce, Hawaiian Sweet and Sour Sauce, Spicy Mango Creole Sauce, Jamaican Jerk Sauce.
Chinatown Chefs Secreat Marinade
Marinade Seasoning by far, this is our "must have" product and a Chef's best kept secret. Marinade Seasoning is used to tenderize and retain moisture for all proteins. Use in conjunction with Crispy Seasoning Batter for Sweet and Sour Pork or Chicken.
Useage is 4% by weight and marinate 30 minutes or overnight.