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Exotic Food is created from authentic Thai recipes that are perfect for the entire family.   Founded in 1999, Exotic Food began by selling a few dozen core items. Today, the brand encompasses more than 200 Thai food and beverage products, available at stores around the world in more than 62 countries and counting. Made from only the freshest and best quality ingredients produced by local farmers, our products capture the many delicious dimensions of Thailand. Presented in sleek and modern packaging, Exotic Food products are ready to be turned into magical culinary moments within minutes.   Thanks to the…

User Rating: 3.18 ( 2 votes)
Exotic Food is created from authentic Thai recipes that are perfect for the entire family.

 

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Founded in 1999, Exotic Food began by selling a few dozen core items. Today, the brand encompasses more than 200 Thai food and beverage products, available at stores around the world in more than 62 countries and counting.

Made from only the freshest and best quality ingredients produced by local farmers, our products capture the many delicious dimensions of Thailand.
Presented in sleek and modern packaging, Exotic Food products are ready to be turned into magical culinary moments within minutes.

 See their range HERE

Thanks to the awesome team at Exotic Foods NZ, we have a tasty review pack on offer.
Fill in the contact form below if this is something you would be interested in.
Please note, we will require photos of your creations in your review

 

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Review products include 1 Pack of each

  • Exotic Rice Paper 16cm
  • Exotic Sweet Chilli Sauce 250ml
  • Exotic Satay Sauce 250ml
  • Exotic Spring Roll Sauce 250ml
  • Exotic Sweet Soy Sauce 250ml

 

We would like to suggest Rice Paper Rolls which you can use all of the products above, the different flavoured sauces can be used as dipping sauces.

Rice Paper rolls are easy to make, healthy solution for the whole family. Fillings can be chicken, cucumber, carrots, mint, coriander, vermicelli, lettuce or capsicum

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Huge thank you to Exotic Foods for allowing us to offer one lucky person to review these goodies

Our lucky reviewer is

Tonya Bristow

 Congrats Tonya, look forward to reading your review and seeing photos of your creations

6 comments

  1. would love to try making rice paper rolls with these products!

  2. My family would just love to review Rice Paper Rolls especially with summer coming up and having lots of salads to enjoy these with. Hubby will take photos & upload.

  3. Absolutely love these products and highly recommend all of them. The Thai Sweet Chilli and the Satay sauce both have a good kick to them and really spice up your dish. The sweet soy sauce has an almost honey edge to it and the Spring roll sauce is divine, still a hint of chilli but not the same kick as the full on sweet chilli sauce.
    When it first arrived I made rice paper rolls. My first attempt was a disaster, I followed the instructions and put 5 sheets in to soften but then they all stuck together and I had a big pile of mush! Round 2, I did 1 sheet at a time and tried not to leave in soaking for too long. Definitely need to have everything ready to go as the sheets are sticky.
    I used some leftover rice, chicken stir fry on some of them and then vermicelli noodles with prawns and crayfish in the other. The first roll wasn’t the best however they got better after that. Great value for money as there must be over 50 rice paper sheets in one pack.
    Rice paper rolls are very layout intensive so when I do them again I will prepare in advance and keep in the fridge.

  4. I actually rate this 4 stars out of 5 but am doing this on my tablet and it won’t let me change my star rating.

  5. Dinner the next night was the leftover vermicelli noodles with Spring roll sauce drizzled over. Delicious.

  6. And dinner tonight was Angus beef meatballs with dipping sauce and salad. I had never thought to use satay sauce as a dipping sauce but it is great! Am looking forward to using it in a pork satay and seeing how it compares to my homemade sauce.

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