AUNT WEBBER'S CHA CHA
PRODUCT: Cha Cha condiment
DESCRIPTION | BENEFIT: What is Cha Cha?
Cha Cha is a blend of vegetables, vinegar, sugar, and spices.
Why is it so expensive?
Cha Cha is labor intensive. The reason Aunt Webber's cha cha is so special is because all the processing is done by hand. An old fashioned, hand turn grinder is used to grind the vegetables just right. It takes at least 2-3 days to make a batch of cha cha.
How is it prepared?
Cha Cha prepared Aunt Webber’s way is a time-consuming process. All the vegetables are as organic as one can find and prepared by hand. Aunt Webber never used anything electric when preparing her Cha Cha. The cabbages, green tomatoes, bell peppers, onion, and hot peppers are cut and ground individually to the perfect consistency. The vegetable medley is then drained to remove all the water. Vinegar, sugar, and spices are added to medley after drying.
How is it used?
Cha Cha is used to enhance the taste of most any food. However, the traditional use for Cha Cha is a condiment to brown, white, kidney, and butter beans; to turnip, mustard, and collard greens; and to Crowder and black-eyed peas. Cha Cha enhances the taste of these foods so much that you will not want to eat them without it. Cha Cha can be used on hot dogs and much more. If you are interested, ASK ABOUT OUR FREE CHA CHA RECIPES and try the many different ways to use cha cha.
The Cha Cha comes in varying degrees of hotness
X, XX, XXX with XXX being extremely hot.
Only X is currently available.
COMPOSITION: Veggies, vinegar, sugar, spices
DIRECTIONS: Eat along side beans, greens, lentils, etc.; place a top a hot dog for a delicious relish
Vegetables are organic when available
Made by hand using an old-fashioned grinder
A long time favorite condiment in the South
Made like nothing you will find in the supermarkets