Make & Model - Good To-Go Thai Curry
Package Size - 3.4 ounces
Servings Per Package - 1
Calories Per Serving - 380
Approximate Shelf Life - 2 years
Prep Method / Prep Time - Add boiling water to package / 20 minutes
MSRP / Cost Per Ounce - $6.75 / $1.99 per ounce
URL - http://www.goodto-go.com
Thai curry with jasmine rice, green beans, onion, broccoli, cauliflower, and peas. The curry sauce is made from coconut milk powder and seasoned with fish sauce, garlic, lemongrass, brown sugar, tamarind, ginger, Thai chilies, turmeric, coriander, and a long list of additional spices.
Tester #1: Patrick Vuong
Here comes another Asian dish that my sarcastic side was ready to chomp into but, yet again, I'm saddened (in a good way) at how nom-nom-nom it is. In fact, this dehydrated version is better than some Thai curry I've had at fusion restaurants. The chilies, garlic, lemongrass, and other ingredients bring the flavor, while the coconut milk powder provides that smooth balance — just like an authentic curry dish from a Thai eatery. Combine this with its ease of use and we have a contender here, folks.
Tester #2: John Schwartze
I'm not a huge fan of curry but have to say, my compliments to the chef. Very flavorful, and the rice is nice and tender. Reading the ingredients, they certainly didn't skimp on the good stuff that went into this. They may have converted me to a fan of curry with this one. It has 41 percent of your daily value of saturated fat per serving, which is a bit shocking to see. Overall, I would definitely circle back for another one of these. Excellent. Aside from fat content, no complaints.
Tester #3: Patrick McCarthy
I'll admit that I loathe anchovy, but I wanted to give this dish a fair shot. Unfortunately for me, the presence of anchovy in the Thai fish sauce is pungent, and I had a hard time overlooking it. That said, the rice and veggies blend beautifully in coconut milk. Thai chilies give a prominent kick of spice, and more than a dozen other seasonings add intense complexity. If you don't mind anchovy and aren't afraid of a little heat, this entree is absolutely worth trying.
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