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August 16, 2014

WORLDFOODS Sauces Review

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I'm not impressed with the ethnic food restaurants in my area. There are a few that I would consider adequate, but none that I would consider great. I'm also pretty picky. I grew up surrounded by great ethnic restaurants and with a mother that could cook anything she set her mind upon. For these reasons I cook a lot of recipes at home. I try not to limit my home cooking to one type of food, but rather to experience as large of a variety of foods as I can with the ingredients available in my area. While I enjoy cooking from scratch there are times when it's nice to be able to throw together dinner in a hurry. Recently I was given the opportunity to try WHOLEFOODS sauces in my home kitchen and share my impressions with all of you.

So what are WORLDFOODS sauces? WORLDFOODS has been around for over twenty years making all-natural ingredients. They use authentic herbs and spices, and offer over 65 products inspired by the tastes of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, China, and India. Each sauce is gluten and allergy free as well as free of added oil, trans fat, artificial ingredients, preservatives, or food flavor enhancers. Interested in trying the sauces yourself? Right now if you like the brand on Facebook, you can enter to win a selection of WORLDFOODS sauces. Or you can head over and receive a coupon for a $1.00 off by going to the following link :


I was sent a variety of sauces to experience in my home kitchen. Since there were a number of sauces I tried to use a variety of proteins including flat iron steak, chicken, pork, and lamb. All of the sauces were very easy to prepare and weren't overly salty (which is something I am sensitive to, I tend to stay away from salty foods). They were also mild, making them kid friendly which is important in my house since I have two young boys. The only negative thing that I found with the sauces was that a few of them were a little on the bland side. This is great for kids, but if you are looking for a little more kick you might want to add a small amount of crushed red pepper to turn up the heat a little bit. The sodium content is also a little high (even though it doesn't taste that way) so if you are on a sodium restricted diet you might want to be careful. Overall, though the sauces were a nice way to get dinner done in a hurry.



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11 comments:

  1. I love have some sauces Ann.
    These sounds so good!

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    1. They really worked well and they were so easy, which is always nice :)

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  2. Growing up in the Caribbean I love anything that gives a kick so I love curries etc. I'm not into bland food at all and neither are my kids. There aren't any ethnic restaurants here either so I try and recreate the ones I remember growing up. I would love to try a few of these sauces though. btw what's that meal you made in your picture?

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    1. One of my kids likes food with a kick, but the other is in a stage where he thinks literally anything is hot :) I like my food spicy, I take after my mother. The meal in the picture is using one of the WORLDFOODS sauces, it's a red curry sauce made with chicken breast. The breast stayed very tender cooked in the sauce, which is nice since breast can sometimes turn out dry.

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  3. Those sauces sound really tasty!! I am going to have to try them.

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    1. They really are good and make dinner so easy!!

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  4. I would probably add half of a small habanero to the sauces to give it more kick. Thanks for the review.

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    1. I like the idea of the habanero! Great idea!

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  5. These sound delish, and may I just say...I LOVE the plates!

    Mandee Pogue
    The Kitchen Wife

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    1. Thanks :) I actually got the plates on clearance Kroger. Every once in a while they have some great things in their kitchen section (and they were 50 cents each!).

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  6. Thanks for the coupon. And fifty cents for the plates!! High five to you for that one, they are great. :)

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