Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Hokkaido White Curry


Box of Japanese White Curry

As I was browsing through the Japanese food section in a supermarket, I saw one interesting box labeled Hokkaido White Curry. Therefore I bought it . And I planned it for my dinner .
First impression after opening the box , I saw two separated section of hardened paste sealed in its individual compartments.And I teared the seal . After boiling the water with the vegetables I put the paste in it. My dinner was served in just 30 minutes . You can try it out if you want .
There are a lot of selection in the market ,including Javanese Curry etc . All the Japanese version of curry is incomparable with the local curry . But if you like the curry to be less hot and spicy then I recommend you to try it out.


The ingredients:
2 cloves of garlic
3 tablespoon of cooking oil
4 medium size potato
1 stick of carrot
250 ml of milk
500 ml of water
1 piece of paste (Hokkaido White Curry)
10 pieces of sweet peas

Instruction:
Put the cooking oil into the pot and cook with the finely chopped garlic.
Then, the water is poured into the pot and put it to a boil.
After that , the potatoes and carrot are chopped into chunks.
With the water boiling for 20 minutes , add the milk and paste into the cooking .
Add pepper and salt accordingly . And serve it with rice.

Psss:
You can replaced the rice with white rice but it tasted better with Japanese rice ( japonica).

Ready to be served.


Just after the paste is placed into the pot.

3 comments:

~*Feeling*~ said...

finally saw ur update..well this looks more delicious than the one u cooked it in grandma house ^^

WL said...

;-)

raptor_ravenlord said...

wat, no meat, no onion? btw that hokkaido white curry looks alot like the white stew we have here...