Toast Box SG50 Ready-to-Cook Pastes!

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Processed with VSCOcam with a6 presetIsn’t home cooked food the best thing on earth? Besides, nothing spells more comforting than having our local delights at the comforts of our own home, and what a great gift will this be for friends or loved ones living abroad!

To celebrate SG50, Toast Box has launched their Asian Delight Ready-to-Cook Pastes, in 4 favorite local dishes – Mee Siam, Mee Reubus, Laksa and Curry Chicken!
Photo 27-7-15 9 21 00 am Mee Siam – $6.50
Photo 27-7-15 9 21 13 am Mee Reubus – $6.80
Photo 27-7-15 9 21 20 am Laksa – $6.50Photo 26-7-15 7 12 44 pmCurry Chicken $6.50

Each pack serves 2-3 pax, and the best part? There are no artificial coloring and trans fat, which means quality and rich flavors are all vacuumed in the pack, ready to wow your palettes once you open them!

This makes a great gift for friends living abroad, and also a quick meal for busy people! Although some preparation may be needed, it’s definitely less preparation than preparing the dish from scratch, yet with similar robust flavors! All of these are retailing at an affordable $6.50, except for Mee Reubus which is sold at $6.80!

With the ingredients list on the back of the packet, and the directions to cook, my curry chicken took me slightly less than an hour to be ready! Wow. Rich and bold in flavors, and the curry was perfect with a baguette, and even a slice of white bread!


Don’t say I bojio! From now till 10 August, Toast Box celebrates SG50 with 50 cents off any Asian Delight Ready-to-Cook Paste, and $5 off Coffee Brew and Coffee Powder Set (U.P. $27.90).

You can also purchase a box of any 4 packets of Asian Delight pastes at just $25!

A pretty good deal I’d say, and you could always stock these up for future use and gifts! I can’t wait to cook my 3 other packets of pastes already!

The mentioned product is available at all Toast Box outlets, except Queenstown MRT Station and Wisma Atria B1. Do take note, and get ready for some cooking!

This is a sponsored review, courtesy of Toast Box SG.

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