Dec
15
2014

WORLDFOODS Yellow Curry Recipe

I’ve mentioned numerous times that the long school holiday means being extra busy in the kitchen whipping out one pot wonders for the family. Why one pot? Because having a 15 months old toddler with me limits whatever time I can spend in the kitchen so I try to cook only fast and convenient food for them without compromising on the quality and nutrition of the food.

Simple Mac and Cheese recipe for kids

One of my ‘speciality’ is this simple non-baked Mac and Cheese. I’ve cooked this so many times until Darling got scared of it. Thinking about cheese scares him already. The boys love it but not Darling. I guess any adult will get tired of eating the same thing day in, day out.

Ethan has started to love curries. He stayed away from spicy food when he was younger but now that he is in school and most of his classmates boast how they can down an entire bowl of curry noodle, he starts eating curries too. That motivates me to want to cook curry for my family but I never know how. I’ve never cook curry, okay? It sounds complicated until I received an early Christmas present from a foodie friend.

WORLDFOODS

I received a hamper of WORLDFOODS sauces. There is Thai Turmeric Lemon Grass Marinade, Thai Basil Chilli ‘Pad Ki Mao’ stir-fry sauce and Thai Yellow Curry Paste. Awesome-sauce!

I was very excited to try cooking the Yellow Curry as I’ve always wanted to cook curry so eventhough it was almost midnight when we got home, I proceeded to quickly prepare the ingredients and cook just so I can sleep happily knowing if it is a success or not.

WorldFoods Yellow Curry Paste

I got all the ingredients laid out and ready to cook. Cubed chicken, green pepper, carrot, potato, coconut milk and the yellow curry paste.

WorldFoods Yellow Curry Paste DIY Recipe

I heat a tablespoon of oil (since all WORLDFOODS paste has no added oil in them) in a pot over medium heat. Add 3 tablespoon of curry paste and cook, stirring until fragrant.

WorldFoods Yellow Curry Paste Recipe

Add carrots and green pepper and continue stirring for another 3 minutes or so.

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Add potatoes and chicken.

WorldFoods Yellow Curry Paste Recipe2

Stir for another 5 minutes. 

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Add coconut milk, reduce heat to a simmer, stirring occasionally until potatoes are soft.

WorldFoods Yellow Curry Paste Recipe3

Lovely isn’t it? The entire house is filled with lingering curry aroma that both Ethan and Darling just can’t wait to dig in.

Serve with a bowl of fragrant rice topped with fresh basil from my garden. I love basil and I have a big pot of it in my garden.

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They love it so much that they cleared the plate in no time.

Of many brands of sauces out there, I love WORLDFOODS sauces as all WORLDFOODS products are certified Gluten Free, Trans Fat Free, Allergen Free, Diary Free and Nut Free. They are made using only 100% Non-GMO Natural fresh ingredients so you can be sure that you are getting only the very best for your health and family.

They have a wide range of authentic Asian flavours and are Halal Certified. I am amazed at how easy it was to cook this tasty yellow curry in the shortest time possible.

Now that I’ve started with the Yellow Curry and got outstanding result, I can’t wait to try the Turmeric Lemon Grass marinade and Thai Basil Chilli “Pad Ki Mao’ stir-fry sauces. I already have in mind what to do with them after browsing their website for recipes. I’m going to make kebab skewers from the Turmeric Lemon Grass marinade and as for the Pad Ki Mao, I’m going to fry rice with it.

Gone are the days when I need to slave in the kitchen for hours to dish out a hearty meal. Now that cooking tasty yet healthy meals is hassle free, I’m sure I’m going to cook more often. After all, nothing beats having a hearty home-cooked meal with the family at the comfort of our own home.

Echoing what Darling said earlier that “good things must share, kenot eat alone” we have 5 bottles of Worldfoods products to be given out. You may choose from a selection of:

  1. Burmese Tamarind Stir Fry Sauce
  2. Thai Basil Chili ‘Pad Ki Mao’ Stir Fry Sauce
  3. Vietnamese Five Spice ‘Bo Kho’ Stir Fry Sauce
  4. Thai Red Curry Paste
  5. Indonesian Sweet Tamarind Marinade / Stir Fry

Just complete this slogan, “I would like to take up the Worldfoods cooking challenge with (your choice of sauce) because…” and we’ll deliver the bottle to you.

I’m sure most of you wouldn’t want to miss this challenge. Well, don’t be sad if you are not selected, you can conveniently get WORLDFOODS sauces at these supermarkets near you.

Come on, I am really excited for you to try them and hope that you’ll love it as much as I do.

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15 Comments + Add Comment

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    I would like to take up the Worldfoods cooking challenge with Thai Red Curry Paste because cooking curry seem like a very complicated process and with WORLDFOODS curry paste I can have curry without the painstaking process!

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    I could smell the curry from here too. ^^ I love curries too.

    Haha. Love your photos. Can see how excited both Ethan and daddy over that plate of curry.

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    I would like to take up the Worldfoods cooking challenge with Thai Basil Chili ‘Pad Ki Mao’ Stir Fry Sauce because means I can always have a plate of my all-time favorite Thai Basil Chicken anytime and anywhere I want, especially in the comforts of my home! Cooking should be just this easy…

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    Lol!! Kitchen slave! Seriously looks good and super simple and convenient. Now let’s see…I would like to take up the Worldfoods cooking challenge with the Vietnamese Five Spice ‘Bo Kho’ Stir Fry Sauce because I can forever in no way and never ever be able to figure out the right mix of five spice. And hence… This sauce could really do me big help. So please let me have one. ^^

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    “I would like to take up the Worldfoods cooking challenge with Burmese Tamarind Stir Fry Sauce because it makes cooking a difficult dishes as simple as counting 1,2 & 3, voila, a delicious curry ready to be served

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    Good job in learning how to eat spicy food Ethan! I love it when children learns to eat some spicy food and can enjoy the wide variety of food that is available in Malaysia =)

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    Wahhhhhh!!!! So very nice kah? You still have my mailing address? Wink! Wink! LOL!!!

    Anyway, I would like to take up the Worldfoods cooking challenge
    with their Indonesian Sweet Tamarind Marinate / Stir Fry Sauce
    because I can only pick one in the range
    but I would want to try them all, of course!

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    Those sauces look good to me!! Can spend more time create dishes in the kitchen already ;)

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    Wah, really so tasty until father and son both fighting to eat more of the curry. I don’t dare to take up your challenge because I don’t cook.

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    Indonesian Sweet Tamarind Marinade / Stir Fry because I really like to explore more inventive ways to cook tofu!

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    Wah ..Merryn can cook so well !

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    Oh! Maybe I should do it..
    I would like to take up the Worldfoods cooking challenge with Burmese Tamarind Stir Fry Sauce because I have never tried Burmese food before and it sound more exciting than the others in the list!

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    I would like to take up the Worldfoods cooking challenge with Indonesian Sweet Tamarind Marinade / Stir Fry because I lobe sour stuff and am not gonna be able to go eat these yummy foods at fancy restaurants soon once my no. 2 is born in Jan…

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    wahh..bestnya..

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    Suddenly, the urge to eat curry comes like a hungry elephant.

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