“It has been my dream to bring my mother's chili sauce to others. I have had so many rave reviews from friends and family about how they have used it to make their plain, ordinary everyday food taste like gourmet haute cuisine..."
(PRWEB) April 13, 2012
Oklahoma City, OK: Savvy Foods of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is introducing to the American market today a new line of speciality condiments under the brand name, Chameleon Chili Sauce.
Chameleon is the brainchild of Savvy Foods founder Jonathan Robbins, a former marketing manager with a large international firm, who has turned his mother's unique recipe for improving the taste of a variety of basic foods into a creative new product line. Robbins was encouraged by friends and family to market Chameleon after they had been given bottles as Christmas presents and found it turned their ordinary foods into gourmet-tasting meals without any fuss or bother.
Chameleon Chili Sauce is not a usual chili sauce but is made for those individuals who are too busy most of the time to “create” from scratch. It can be used straight out of the bottle on foods such as chips and magically blends with any protein (chicken, beef, lamb, pork) to create a unique dish every time. The product line has three flavors - Original, Red Pepper Lime and Chipotle.
“It has been my dream to bring my mother's chili sauce to others. I have had so many rave reviews from friends and family about how they have used it to make their plain, ordinary everyday food taste like gourmet haute cuisine,” enthused Robbins.
To distribute the chili sauce line, an e-commerce site has been set up at . The website has also been made to be responsive so that it also accessible by mobile users. The site offers a downloadable PDF file of twelve recipes, from Chameleon Cream cheese dip to Chipotle Pork Tacos, using the various varieties of Chameleon Chili Sauce.
The full back story behind development of Chameleon is that Robbins’ mother made an incredible chili sauce. When she was diagnosed with cancer, Jonathan left his successful career and devoted his time to taking care of her. As she got worse and her appetite diminished, the one thing she started craving was her chili sauce. She would ask him to make a batch and he learned by following her instructions how to get the base right. He would then bring her the bowl for tasting. She knew if it was right by the look and taste and would tell him what spices were missing while he took notes. He then came up with his own creations from experimenting— developing the Chipotle Chili Sauce and Red Pepper Lime Chili Sauce in the process.