Thai Yellow Curry.
is It ?
in a yellow oriental curry sauce. Items spotted included baby
sweetecorn, mushrooms and water chestnut. Ideal when you fancy a curry,
but also fancy an Oriental dish.
to find it
cabinet, between Italian and Indian sections.
This is the only Vegetarian Oriental ready meal that Bemuddlement has spotted.
Please consider purchase the day before, whilst shopping for three-layer
vegetable lasagne perhaps?
||Do not eat
alone. The coconut becomes quite overpowering after a while. the
blandness of a vegetable spring roll is a welcome relief.
- Egg Fried Rice
- Spring Rolls (vegetable of course)
It may not look
good now, but wait until our Bemuddlement Chef gets a hold of
White if you can. Chilled Californian Chardonnay. Avoid warm Hock...as
tempting and convenient as it sounds.
Vegetable Yellow Curry takes 20 mins in the Oven. Egg Fried Rice takes 3
mins in the microwave and the Spring Rolls take on average 6-10 mins in
the oven..........all very confusing. Bemuddlement recommends, heating
the oven, run the bath to completion and then insert the Curry into the
oven. Bathe and then utilise the drying time by standing in the kitchen
and kicking the spring rolls and Egg Fried Rice off (note that it is
acceptable to leave the Rice in the microwave for a few minutes after
cooking, whilst the Spring Rolls get that extra special 'crispy'
- Thai Yellow Curry 512kcal (note packet quotes 1/2
packet calories of 256...a mouse couldn't live on a half serving)
- + Wine
- +spring rolls
Beware, those calories can quickly mount up. Especially
if opening a fresh bottle of white wine that evening. It almost
seems an insult to send it back to the fridge, doesn't it?
from packaging. Unlike other dishes, Thai Yellow Curry does not benefit
from being eating from the attractive black plastic packet. Likewise with
the Egg Fried Rice. Rice served "Vesta Curry" style will also
prevent that tasty (but lethal staining) yellow sauce from spillage.
Washing up the next day can be a bit of a chore. The
yellow sauce has a habit of encrusting itself to the plate. Leave the
plate in "to soak".
Why not place the spring rolls in a separate serving
utensil? You know it makes sense.
classic Oriental feel Bemuddlement can recommend the Redux edition of
"Apocalypse Now!" or maybe that old vinyl copy of MSG's
"One Night at the Budakhan".
We too "Love the smell of napalm in the
wonderous culinary creation. Can you see those musherooms yet??
There is rumoured to be pineapple too!!! Note