So I picked up this package of curry in the Home Plus Express last week, because it looked yummy, but I then realized that I couldn't read the directions. So, in my eternal wisdom, I found the web site on the back of the package and found that they not only have a web site with directions how to cook thier food, but an entire English language part of the site with cooking directions :-D :-D
This is so easy to cook and it makes several meals, which is my kind of cooking. All you need is like one carrot (which for some reason tend to be huge here), a potato and an onion. Chop 'em up, fry them, then boil them, once they've boiled for a little bit, throw in the curry mix, and let it thicken. Throw some rice on the burner while you're at it and once they're both done, voilá! yummy dinner.
Oh, and I'm not sure if you noticed, but that does in fact say Ottogi Vermont Curry Medium. Yes, folks Vermont. We Vermonters are world famous, evidently. Here's the description straight from the product description on the web site:
1. Created with concern on health, using original apples and honey from Vermont in northeastern US.Anyway, for anyone ready for yummy cooking time, check out the web site for cooking directions: http://www.ottogi.co.kr/index.jsp . The English option is up at the top of the page.
2. With added apples and honey, everybody can enjoy this premium curry.