Some days I’m really at a lost as to what to cook for dinner. With me being a vegetarian, it’s much easier for me to whip up a delicious salad or stir-fry than it is to plan a great meal for my husband and son who are not vegetarians. So at times I rely on pre-made sauces and marinades. Nothing wrong with some help now and then right? Especially when you do a majority of the cooking and you have to come up with something that everyone will like to eat.
So when I was offered to review WorldFoods (http://www.worldfoods.com.my/wf/index.php) as a Moms Meet Ambassador I was excited to try this new Asian fusion food company. I’m not much on heavy sauces as I used to think they overpower the actual dish, but I was willing to give WorldFoods Asian sauces a try. Ranging from Thai to China to India, WorldFoods sauces and marinades contain all of the essential ingredients you’d find in traditional Asian and Pan Asian cooking.
Ingredients such as Chili peppers, Garlic, Ginger, Cumin, Turmeric, and Cinnamon make up a unique and delicious blend of sauces that make your mouth water and your taste buds thanking you later. If I had to make these sauces from scratch I’d probably wouldn’t do a professional job with them and that’s why companies such as WorldFoods take out the guessing game for us.
WorldFoods is an internationally known company originated in 1998 and made up of professionals in the food industry. With their extensive line of Asian fusion sauces and marinades, you could probably try all of their products and never finish with the expanse of dishes you could come up with. WorldFoods has 51 types of Asian dipping sauces, pastes, noodle sauces, stir-fry, cooking sauces, marinades, chutneys and salad dressings available worldwide. I was very fortunate to have tried their most popular ones: Thai Yellow Curry, Thai Coconut Galangal, Fried Rice Nasi Goreng, and Thai Green Curry Paste. My first experiment was with the Fried Rice Nasi Goreng having tried that dish a long time ago at a restaurant. The recipe called for chicken and shrimp however so instead I included sweet onions, eggs, and diced green onions to make it a vegetarian dish. The fried rice was spicy enough for a unique flavor and it wasn’t overpowering or too pungent. Next time I may add shrimp to it for my family and see how they like it.
I then tried the Thai Green Curry Paste as I love curry and can find so many uses for its intricate blend. Curry is really a fusion of spices and the Thai Green Curry Paste wasn’t too spicy but just enough to give it a good bite. It was easy to pour it over rice and mixed with some vegetables and protein and you’ve got an authentic Thai dish. One of the reasons I like WorldFoods is that there are so many varieties to choose from. Asian cooking can be difficult and time consuming, but it’s because of the complicated blend of flavors that make them so popular and delicious.
WorldFoods uses only natural ingredients and ingredients authentic to it’s nation. There are no artificial ingredients or preservatives. And you’ll find some well-know ingredients such as ginger and garlic and others like galangal that make up a delicious and nutritional meal. So if you love Asian food and cooking, then you might enjoy WorldFoods. With so many varieties and flavors to choose from, you’ll find something to use that can simplify your meals or become a unique treat for your family and taste buds. WorldFoods can be found at most natural grocery stores as well as certain major supermarkets. For store locations, please click here: http://www.worldfoods.com.my/wf/where_to_buy/index.php.
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