WORLDFOODS Review

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I received 3 different sauces from WORLDFOODS to review. WORLDFOODS makes a large variety of ready to use 100% fresh, natural, authentic and gluten free sauces. All of their sauces are made without any artificial ingredients, preservatives or food flavor enhancers. Needless to say, they definitely fit my criteria! I am always on the lookout for all natural products, and since we are moving toward a gluten free diet that was an added bonus!

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For my review I received the Thai Coconut Galangal Stir-Fry Sauce, Singaporean Style ‘Xin Zhou’ Noodle Sauce, and the IndoChina Cambodian Pineapple Lemon Grass Stir-Fry Sauce. As you can see I chose a variety from different styles to experience the different flavors. The main thing the three sauces have in common is that they are all “Mild” because I knew if I got “Hot” or even “Medium” I would most likely be enjoying the flavors alone!

Talk about flavors! I was SO impressed with the flavors. When they say “flavor fusion” I can now understand why! I haven’t had the chance to do anything fun or fancy with the sauces since we have been so busy planning for our upcoming move. I just used them for their most basic purpose. I use the Noodle Sauce to add some amazing Singaporean flavor to our noodles, which was a big hit with the kids, and I enjoyed it as well, of course! It does have a hint of a spicy flavor, but definitely not enough to be considered spicy, and it definitely adds a nice, full flavor.

Then I used the Stir Fry Sauces for just that – just a basic stir fry. When I make stir fry I use a combination of whatever fresh vegetables I have on hand and mix up the meat. I usually add a variety of spices, but I kept the spices at a minimum knowing these sauces probably had enough flavor that they would be unnecessary. I was right! Again, the flavor was very full. The IndoChina Cambodian Pineapple Lemon Grass Stir-Fry Sauce even has bits of pineapple in the sauce, which really added to the experience! It is a little sweet and a little spicy and very enjoyable!

The Thai Coconut Galangal Stir-Fry Sauce was noted to be more suitable for chicken, tofu, seafood, and vegetables, so I used it with a chicken stir-fry with vegetables. It is more creamy in texture. Again, the flavor did not disappoint! It is such a unique combination of flavors I can’t specifically point out just one. It’s an amazing combination!

Of course, if you want to be more creative with your sauces, you definitely don’t have to stick to the basics! WORLDFOODS offers a variety of recipes on their website.

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Comments

  1. I would love to try each of the curry sauces!

  2. Erika Messer says

    I am not a spicy kind of food gal but I do LOVE asian food it’s one of my faves, and I think I would like to try the Indonesian
    Sweet Tamarind Marinade & Stir-fry first 🙂

  3. I love the recipes on the site.

  4. the recipes look good and they use natural ingredients

  5. Stephen Alexander says

    I like the recipes on the website

  6. I’d love to try their toppings.

  7. Michelle Elizondo says

    I like the 1kg tubs make for economical applications in any commercial kitchen..

  8. rebeccabasset says

    I would love to try their Coconut Milk.

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  9. I would love to try their toppings, especially the Pina Colada! I wouldn’t mind tasting some of the stir fry’s also. Thanks!

  10. kpbarnett1941 says

    Great flavors!

  11. cynthiac
    Twitter:
    says

    I learned that they sell products in sizes for home and commercial use.

  12. Desiree Dunbar says

    I’d like to try the Indian Pineapple Chutney.

  13. musicalthought says

    I learned that they have 51 different variations of sauces available!

  14. Melinda Fritz says

    oh my gosh—-pineapple lemon chicken recipe

  15. We love stir fry at out house. I think I would try Thai Coconut Galangal Stir-Fry.

  16. Shakeia Rieux says

    I learned that their products are food allergens free, trans-fat free and gluten free with no artificial preservatives, coloring or flavouring.

  17. Emily Fenicle says

    The stir-fry sauce would be awesome. We make that a lot. And the Thai coconut Galangal sounds delicious!

  18. their products are food allergens free, trans-fat free and gluten free with no artificial preservatives, coloring or flavouring.

  19. Belle Windham says

    I love the pad thai sauce but I would be happy to try any of their products.

  20. I like the recipes section

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