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Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Review: Tean's Gourmet Vegetarian Curry Paste

Remember my last review on Tean's Gourmet Curry Chicken Paste? Since it was so favourable, I moved on and tried the Sambal Tumis sauce but I did not put up a post since the photo didn't turn up looking delicious :p The sambal tumis made really good stir-fry of the 4 Heavenly Kings of petai, four angle beans, long beans and brinjals! A short cut way instead of using the mortar and pestle to pound away the spices.

I've also tried the Vegetarian Curry Paste. Just like curry chicken, it's so so easy. Just prepare the vegetables you liked, in my case I have carrots, long beans, cabbage, brinjals and tofu puffs. Then just followed the steps printed on the packet and voila... a pot of vegetable curry in less than 20 minutes (including the washing and chopping but excluding the soaking time :D)!

Tean's Gourmet Vegetarian Curry Paste

However, I didn't quite like the taste of this curry as I find the spices too strong to my liking but Capt'n Hook liked it though. I guess no harm in trying as you may liked it as one man's meat is another man's poison.


Kenny Mah said...

When I think of vegetarian curry... I think of adding MEAT to it... :P

Babe_KL said...

Yohh Kenny LOL mock meat perhaps?

Charmaine said...

I like Tean's Gourmet pastes. It's so convenient to cook Malaysian curries here in Sydney. I like the tom yum paste too, have used a few times for steamboat.

Little Corner of Mine said...

I'm a fan of Tean's Gourmet pastes, would stock up on this brand if I go back.

Babe_KL said...

Charmaine, I was told the curry laksa and prawn mee pastes are good too

LCOM ;-) but can you get them at your area?

Le Brown Belly said...

Just ran into this curry discussion. It looks good, but I am also tempted to add chicken to my curry.

Babe_KL said...

Le Brown Belly, we Malaysians loved our chicken curries too :p just that we uses slightly different curry paste for chicken or other meats