Nowadays it is difficult to travel abroad. I found a "traveling nut" at a supermarket where you can easily enjoy foreign food while staying at home. A real food review of "Travel Nuts Green Curry Flavor" and "Travel Nuts Roulo Rice Flavor"!
Traveling nuts green curry flavorMixed nuts with the "green curry" flavor that is familiar in Thai restaurants and food stalls. Contains almonds, cashew nuts and walnuts. The content is 54g (1.9oz) and the purchase price is 430 yen (tax included).
When chewed, the outer batter peels off crisply and the nuts are crispy and touch the baton. A slightly sweet scent is followed by a rich spice scent. It's painful to come slowly later. The first one is calm, but as you continue to eat, your tongue feels like it's getting hot. A finish with just the right amount of stimulation.
Traveling nuts rouleaux rice flavorThe nuts of the Taiwanese "Lo Bah png" flavor, which is popular for its spicy, sweet and spicy taste. This is also a mixture of almonds, cashew nuts and walnuts. The content is 65g (2.29oz) and the purchase price is 430 yen.
Every time you chew the nuts crispy, the rich aroma is fluffy. The taste of Lo Bah png, in which spices are intricately intertwined, is skillfully reproduced. The richness of the nuts supplements the taste of the pork contained in the rouleaux rice, so it has a full-fledged taste as if it contains meat. The exquisite sweetness is addictive.
Both are heavily seasoned and are perfect for snacks that fill your stomach, as well as snacks for sake. I think you can add it to your salad. How about incorporating a little exotic taste into your daily life?