Ottogi Curry Medium 1KG
Iin South Korea there is a Korean take on the more commonly found Indian Curry Powders you might find back home. They are a little more watery and softer (taste wise), however they can still be spicy.This curry is tasty and works well with different vegetables, and you could also add meat if you like.
Ottogi was founded in May 1969. Ottogi’s first product was Ottogi Curry (powder curry) and it was first Korean made curry product introduced to Korean market.Ottogi manufactured soup, ketchup and mayonnaise (in 1970, 1971, 1972 respectively) for the first time in Korean history. After Ottogi was listed on the stock market in Aug 1994, its total revenue exceeded 1 trillion won(￦) in 2007 and exceeded 2 trillion won(￦) in 2017.Ottogi established China branch in 1994, US branch in 2005 and Vietnam Branch in 2007. Ottogi has affiliates such as Ottogi Ramyon Co. Ltd., Ottogi Sesame Mills Co. Ltd., Ottogi Frozen Foods Co. Ltd. and etc.
Ottogi has products such as curry, seasoning, sauce, powder, HMR, retort pouch, dehydrated food, processed grain products, fish, livestock product, Noodles, Ramen, edible oils, spices, tea and etc. Main products are Ottogi Curry, Ottogi Tomato Ketchup, Ottogi 3 Minutes Meals, Ottogi Mayonnaise, Ottogi Cooked Rice, Jin Ramen, Ottogi Frozen Pizza, Ottogi Canned Tuna
|MRP Price (Include Tax)||870|
How to cook:
1. Dice meat, onions, carrots, and potatoes into bite-sized pieces and stir fry them in OTTOGI COOKING OIL. Add 700cc (3½ cup) water and boil until all ingredients are cooked. 2. When the vegetables and meat are cooked, turn the heat off and dissolve the OTTOGI CURRY into 1 little by little. Stir it for 2~3 minutes until the OTTOGI CURRY is completely dissolved. 3. Turn the heat back and cook until the curry thickens a bit. Serve with steamed rice.
Wheat flour, dextrins, curry powder 10.5% (turmeric, coriander, cumin, fenugreek, fennel), vegetable oil (palm oil), refined salt, corn flour, vegetable cream, onion powder, garlic powder, sugar, seasonings (soy sauce powder and yeast extract powder) etc.