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S & B Golden Curry Sauce Mix, Medium Hot

'Golden Curry' is made with S & B original curry powder and features rich aroma of spices and herbs. A block of Golden Curry Sauce Mix consisting of curry powder, flour, spices and seasoning could quickly transform mundane stew into fine curry simply by adding them to the mixture. Well-balanced mellowness and spiciness for most people. S & B Golden Curry Sauce Mix contains no meat or meat derived ingredients.

Enjoy with rice, bread, noodles, and buns, etc. Using it as a sauce for potatoes or meat dishes, or as a dipping sauce for steamed vegetables is another way to enjoy.

Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Vegetable Oils (Palm Oil, Rapeseed Oil), Salt, Sugar, Curry Powder, Monosodium Glutamate, Caramel Color, Spices (Pepper, Chili Pepper, Garlic, Celery Seed, Mustard), Malic Acid, Disodium Inosinate, Disodium Guanylate




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Last Edited by dczyz January 8, 2021 at 08:39 AM
FYI - lots of salt. 890mg
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i can't believe sd is going nuts over a packet of spiced goo.

you get these cheap in any asian or indian ethnic grocery.
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Quote from coldpizzsa :
there are a plethora of great youtubers who have homemade curry recipes be it japanese style, indian, hybrid, whatever you call it. I don't understand asking for recipes on a slickdeals forum post. Google is your absolute best friend.
Google is helpful when you want to know who spent the most to promote something. In a slick deals forum, you're communicating directly with actual like-minded people. It's a huge difference and why I trust these forums over reviews and google searches. But, go on an keep advocating for google. Maybe someone hasn't heard of it.
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One of the best examples of MSG!
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This is the only Japanese curry brand you should buy from. Trust me.
Having said that, this is still more expensive than local asian supermaket, where I buy 220g packets for 4 bucks.
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Bummer... MSG, wife won't let me ☹️
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Quote from Armani987 :
We always make it the night before. Much more tasteful the next day due to some kind of chemical reaction that happens overnight.
I think this is universal to stews from any culture.
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This one is pretty bland as others have mentioned, but that makes it a great base for customized curry. I think I use Koku mostly alone if we're comparing boxes japanese style curry. It's a decent price for someone who dosn't have an asian market nearby.

Yes, there is MSG in this one, but it's such a small amount that even my IBS isn't bothered by it. And yes, before someone says it, there are ppl who can't eat large amounts MSG, just like there are actual people with Celiac disease. Consequences of getting old.. i used to put MSG on everything when I was a kid. I think the best was on watermelon.
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Quote from seekdealz :
You have to understand this is Japanese instant curry which really tastes nothing like Indian or any south east asian curry. I don't mind the taste but you really have to go in with proper expectations. This is the type of curry that some Japanese restaurants serve with Don Katsu. Even the "authentic" version of this curry tastes nothing like Indian curry as caramelized onions are essentially used as the base which makes this curry thick and sweet.
I have to disagree. If you think of it as a beef stew, like Lacosmo says, it's absolutely excellent. Add beef or chicken, cabbage, onions, potatoes, and carrots, put it over rice (short grained) and it's better than anything your English granny ever made. A touch of spice but otherwise, a great easy meal at a cheap price. Thanks OP!

wait lol sorry not disagreeing with you at all argh. you sir are spot on. except that it's katsu-don Smilie.
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Quote from jaspr180 :
I've always had good luck with the Mae Ploy curry. They make a red/green and yellow. If you don't like a strong coconut flavor, just use less... Make up for it with more chicken stock. I like to add a bit of curry power to all of mine.
14oz for $2.99 at the local Asian market. Can't be beaten. I think it's the yellow one that is gluten-free (OK for sensitivity, but made in a facility with glutens present...)

Now we gotta track down inexpensive non-monkey-labor coconut milk/cream.....
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Quote from gadgetdude :
Yeah - I made some of this years ago and while it was fine, not what I was looking for. I frankly struggle to find a good brand of premade yellow curry which is my favorite at my local Thai spot but it never compares - most seem to call for mixing with coconut milk and the coconut flavor is overpowering. Any recommendations for brands of hot yellow, massaman or spicy Indian currys? (I guess I should just learn to cook them from scratch...)
EDIT: the paste I used for the authentic Southeast Asian type is the Mae
Ploy, someone mentioned it above and spurred my memory. Easy and great.


I was able to make a pretty good one with an "authentic" paste I bought at an Asian grocery and I am buying no means a chef, especially South Asian food. I'm sorry to say I don't have the specific name [edit, MAE PLOY sp?] or recipe... and that I did find the recipe online, I think it was on Allrecipes. Basically, if I remember right, all I had to do with the paste was mix it with coconut milk.

The problem with the paste is that it comes in a huge tub and unless you're going to eat curry every week for a year it's kind of a waste. But short of buying all of the individual herbs and spices or else buying pre-made, you're sort of SOL.

The Trader Joe's isn't bad (if they haven't discontinued it yet).
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Quote from WilliamRLBaker :
any medium or mild?
Japanese curry is not spicy. Frankly, I lived in Japan for 2 years and I can't remember any food being spicy in the slightest, it's kind of a rule of thumb. And it's not "real curry" in the Southeast Asian sense. Think of it as a British stew with a kick. It's absolutely fabulous. Unless you absolutely hate spice, medium spicy should do fine.
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Extra hot is the only flavor worth eating.
It is the best, but if spice matters to you that much, I wouldn't be eating Japanese curry.
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Quote from Twelve_of_Spades :
I've tried a bunch of japanese box curries.

I would say golden is easily the worst. I'm not saying its inedible but if you compare it to vermont curry (the other easily accessible curry brand in the states), its just not nearly as good.

Personally my favorite brand is kokumaro
I really think that's just a taste preference. I lived in Japan and know a lot of Japanese, some agree with you and some don't. It's not like it's an Americanized version of Japanese curry. Vermont is sweeter, it's known for its apple taste. But when I first lived in Japan this was the stuff we ate, so I like it.
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Quote from Honcho :
Agreed that this stuff is fine, but pretty much all the other brands of Japanese curry are better. Serious Eats did a pretty good breakdown of all the brands that are easily available in the States: https://www.seriouseats.com/2010/...umaro.html
Serious eats does not know Japanese food. It's a matter of taste, this isn't some some inauthentic brand. Some people like Vermont, some people like House, some people like this.
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