Chilau Boil Bomb flavor base is the answer for family cooking. Instead of containers upon containers of spice mix, Chilau has created this concentrated flavor base that you can use to create the perfect seasoning every time for your crab, seafood or low country boil. Using Boil Bomb as a base, anyone can make a flavorful boil without all of the fuss. With the power of this flavor, you can make a rich broth with a deep, robust flavor for big parties and small dinners alike. As a powerful concentrate you can mix it with water or stock to create your own seafood boil or crab boil base. With just 8 minutes on the stove, you'll have a flavorful broth that is ready for boiling crabs, shrimp, crawfish, potatoes and corn. You can throw your shoe in the pot and it’s guaranteed to come out delicious!
- A powerful liquid seafood boil seasoning with plenty onion, celery, garlic, spices and cayenne pepper
- All natural - Zero MSG or High Fructose Corn Syrup
- Fat: 0g
- Carbs: 1g
- Sodium: 500mg
Ingredients: Water, Seafood Seasoning (spice, sea salt, onion, garlic, coriander, celery seed, black pepper, cayenne pepper, bay leaf), Cayenne Mash (cayenne peppers, salt), Tomato Paste, Spices, Distilled Vinegar, Annatto Powder, Natural Flavoring (custom blend of spice extract)
- Flavor Enhancer
- Rub onto Shrimp, Fish, Chicken, Beef or Pork before cooking for an amazing flavor upgrade.
Seafood Boil Recipe: Add 1/4 Cup of Boil Bomb + tablespoon of salt to every gallon of water. Bring to a rolling boil and add your choice of seafood and sides.
The Chilau brand was inspired by the traditional dish known only in Tampa and Florida coast called Crab Chilau. As the legend goes Crab Chilau (Cangrejo Enchilado) was first introduced by Cuban immigrants who voyaged to Tampa to work the cigar factories in the Ybor City District, once known as the Cigar Capital of the World. During the 1920's Ybor City was a melting pot of ethnic fusion and culture as Cuban, Spanish, Italian and African American residents embraced the dish and put their own unique spin on it. More history here