Japanese Namisato Curry Flake 120g
Japanese Namisato Curry Flake that does not use animal ingredients are both HEALTHY and DELICIOUS! Chemical seasonings, colouring agents, preservatives, emulsifiers, and flavours are not added. In addition, Namisato produces its curry flake with natural sweetness and richness from fruits and kelp without using sugar. Besides that, it blends with more than 18 kinds of spices and adds fragrant garam masala to give it a full-fledged taste. The flake shape makes it easy to melt and can easily use for seasoning various dishes.
Furthermore, it dissolves easily than the block type curry sauce and is also easier to adjust the amount, compare to breaking up the curry blocks, for perfect thickness. As a result, prepare a hearty and warming bowl of curry to your family becomes so easy!
- Preservative Free
- Low Calorie
- No Sugar Added
- Does not contain Chemical Seasoning
- And also No Coloring
How to make Curry using Namisato Curry Flakes
- Choice of protein meat: 200g
- Potatoes: 2
- Onion: 1.5
- Carrot: 1
- Oil: 1 tablespoon
- Water: 700ml
- Cut protein meat into bite-size pieces. Season with a little bit of salt and pepper.
- Peel and cut the carrot and the onions.
- Cut the potatoes into 1.5-inch pieces and soak in water for 15 minutes to remove excess starch.
- Heat oil in a pot over medium heat and sauté the onions until they become translucent.
- Add in the choice of protein and fry till it changes colour.
- Continue to add in the carrot and mix. Add in water.
- Bring the stock to boil and skim the scrum and fat from the surface. Let it simmer for 15 minutes
- Add the potatoes and cook for 15 minutes. Or until the potatoes are tender, and turn off the heat
- When the potatoes are ready, add the curry. Put Namisato Curry Flakes in a ladle and slowly let it dissolve by mixing it lightly with the stock.
- Simmer uncovered on low heat, stirring occasionally, until the curry becomes thick.
[Preservation method] Avoid high temperature and humidity, store at room temperature.
Allergen Substance: Soy.
Possibilities of contamination: Milk, Wheat
Ingredients: Roasted brown rice flour (domestic), rice oil, coconut oil, tomato paste, okara powder (domestic and not genetically modified), sun salt, dates puree, curry powder, soy sauce (wheat flour-free), also Worcester sauce, white sorghum, onion powder, Garlic powder, spices, rice flour (domestic), garam masala (spices), ginger powder, kelp powder (domestic), also cocoa powder (including some soybeans).