The women of the Mavis family have the food industry swooning over Bazodee, their newest project, in which they have paired East Indian flavors.
The rich blend of the trifecta of Caribbean, Trinidadian and Venezuelan flavors and spices have produced two unique products, “Real Trini Curry” and “Tasty Tamarind,” applicable to an endless array of island tastes.
Generated from a household with a line of strong women who take pride in their heritage, Devan Khanore of the Morristown, NJ-based Social Wise Communications, said Bazodee “embodies a home filled with music and culture, specifically sharing these traditions through a culinary experience with each other.
“The brand encourages families to bond over food by sharing Mavis family recipes filled with Trinidadian flavors,” she said. “Bazodee strives to celebrate unique individuality and encourages others to experiment and produce their own flavorful creations with Bazodee’s rich seasonings.”
Khanore said the newest flavors to join the Bazodee collection include, “Real Trini Curry” and “Tasty Tamarind”.
Shee said these seasonings can be used as a dip, glaze, or complement sauce for flavoring any dish.
Parallel to the 2018 original collection of award-winning Bazodee sauces, Khanore said the new sauces are all-natural, vegetarian, preservative and gluten-free.
They are “Real Trini Curry” and “Tasty Tamarind”, and Bazodee’s original flavors, “Soca Sauce,” “Hot Soca Sauce” and “Marvelous Marinade.”
“Bazodee hopes to distribute the generations of knowledge and traditions in the kitchen from one family to the next through their unique products and family history,” Khanore said.
She said Bazodee was launched by former PepsiCo, Johnson & Johnson executive and Mars North America vice president, Debra Sandler.
Khanore said she joined her daughter and traditional cuisine genius Auntie Mavis to create three sauces in 2018 that blended Venezuelan and Trinidadian flavors to be used as “the perfect complement in Caribbean dishes.”
“Bazodee celebrates the successes of anyone making their way in the world and encourages those to honor their culture as a part of their unique individuality,” Khanore said.
She said Debra Sandler has worked hard for 35 years in the food industry and leads Bazodee’s philanthropic arm “in which community giveback takes priority.”
“Bazodee has partnered with News 12 New Jersey and Cornerstone Family Programs in making sure the youth of America can share a passion for cultures while enjoying delicious foods,” Khanore said.
She said Bazodee currently has five unique flavors of sauces and seasonings of East Indian spices, including one marinade.
For more information, visit https://bazodee.com/collections/all.