Surprising Flavor Combinations

We know, these flavor combinations are weird, but don’t knock them till you try them!

Peanut & Meat

Fans of Thai food probably already know and love this flavor combination, but in case you haven’t tried it, peanut sauce is amazing with all kinds of meats. Satay (skewered grilled meat usually served with peanut sauce) is an awesome introduction to this unique mix of juicy, savory goodness with the distinct flavor of peanuts. Give it a try!

Fruit & Spice

Spiced fruits are extremely popular in Mexico and anywhere with a Mexican population, and for good reason. If you have never tried fruits with chili powder, you may not think this combination is appetizing, but trust us when we say that the fruity freshness mixed with the kick of spice from the chili is absolutely mindblowing. It’s also very easy to make at home as all you need is fresh fruit and chili powder.

Avocado & Chocolate

Avocado is traditionally associated with savory dishes, but did you know that it tastes amazing with chocolate? This is primarily because of its rich, creamy texture, which lends itself well to foods like chocolate cake or chocolate ice cream. Despite what you may think, the natural flavor of the avocado doesn’t overpower the chocolate at all. They work together in perfect harmony!

Cheese & Jam

Here in the USA, we often reserve cheese for either savory dishes or cream cheese, but we should really be eating it with jam more often. Soft, creamy cheeses like brie taste heavenly when piled on a crunchy cracker and topped with a flavorful jam. We recommend either regular fruit jams or the lesser known spicy chili jelly.

French Fries & Ice Cream

People who dip their french fries in their milkshakes at restaurants sometimes get weird looks, but we understand you. Many think that crunchy and salty fries would be gross when combined with sweet and creamy ice cream when they are actually an awesome combination, just like chocolate covered pretzels.

What’s your favorite flavor combination? Which one of these unusual combinations would you like to try first? Let us know!

Here at WN Foods, we co-pack high quality sauces, cooked with the finest ingredients. If you would like us to manufacture your sauce recipe, or if you would like our food science team to help you develop your own sauce, please contact us at (510) 487-8877 or

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WN Foods is an experienced private label manufacturer and co-packer of tantalizing sauces, dressings, and marinades, with more than 70 years of history in the food industry. Throughout the years, our focus on quality and consistency has earned high praises from clients, consumers, and inspection agencies alike. In addition, our renowned product development abilities combined with our excellent customer care have created strong bonding and trusted partnership with our clients. Since 1942, WN Foods has been there to provide quality services for your private label sauce manufacturing and co-packing needs. We create new exclusive recipes, modify stock formulations and commercialize recipes to production scale. Together, we can bring your concepts and products into a success! Our manufacturing process blends the old fashioned goodness of traditional and authentic ingredients with state of the art packaging and automation to deliver the high quality consistency and modern convenience so appreciated by today's consumer. We have been producing various successful products in retail, foodservice, institutional, and industrial markets. Whether you are looking for All Natural, Non-GMO, Organic, or just plain good sauces to spice up the consumer's appetite or your business profit, WN Foods may just be the key to your quest.

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