Did you know that there are quite a lot of canned curry when you look into the canning corner of a supermarket? It's been familiar to eat by melting roux or warming retort curry, but some people say that canned curry hasn't been touched yet.
So this time, compare the three types of curry cans sold by Inaba! As a result, I personally liked it more than retort curry because of its unexpected taste and ease of cooking.
Eat and compare canned Inaba curry!
Inaba Deep Stew Curry Medium Spicy
This canned food !? Surprisingly rich and tasty, it tastes like curry at a Western restaurant! The large, soboro-sized chicken is firm and chewy, and the generously stewed onions are melty and tender.
Beef tallow and lard are not used and it is smooth, but the refreshing acidity of tomato paste and the mellow sweetness of coconut milk are blended into it, making it a rich curry. The spiciness is "medium spicy", but it comes quite a bit.
Inaba ripe tomato curry medium spicy
This is also a lightly finished curry that does not use beef tallow or lard. The moment you eat it, the sweetness and umami of fresh tomatoes spreads juicy in your mouth! It has a fresh taste that is different from deep stewed curry.
The ingredients are melted chopped onions and crunchy chicken with a texture. A fruity taste that makes tomatoes pop more than expected, reminiscent of minced meat sauce!
Inaba Spicy Curry Dry
Similarly, curry finished without using beef tallow or lard. The spiciness that is quite stimulating that you can see the moment you eat a bite! The other two were relatively spicy, but this is even more spicy!
As I continue to eat, my mouth becomes numb ... and it's good. Become a habit. Even though it is spicy, it has the fruity taste of tomatoes and the richness of coconut milk and butter, so it is very tasty and insanely delicious. The ingredients include chopped onions and rag-shaped chicken.
The quality of the taste that you can't think of as canned ...! The amount is one can and one plate (for one person). Deep stewed curry is a taste loved by everyone. Fresh and fruity tomato curry is especially recommended for women. For those who like spicy food, I definitely recommend spicy curry.
Recommended for emergency foodIt has a best-by date of about 3 years, and it is delicious even when it is cold, so it seems to be useful as an emergency preserved food. It is convenient not only to sprinkle on rice to make curry rice, but also to dip curry doria, curry udon, and bread to make it easy to arrange.
You can buy one can for a little over 100 yen (at the time of writing the article), and you can keep it at home for no loss!