Firstly, I will preface this by saying very well done, it’s another excellent flavour and ticks a lot of boxes for me.
That said, let’s get into this in further detail:
well I don’t know really. I mean I make it in a Huel branded pot thingy (thank you guys!) and then cover it up for several minutes. The few times I’ve looked at it, it’s not appeared like poo or something, it’s been what I expected.
This falls over a bit for me here. Maybe I’m making an unfair comparison but the texture of Thai Green Curry flavor is much better. This flavor doesn’t have an unpleasant texture, I can feel there are some beans in there somewhere (not looked at the ingredients so guesstimating here) just that the textures are not as crunchy or as raw feeling as I would like.
Ok so this one gets a big big win from me. A short while later and I can still taste the flavours. I do a silly trick with friends sometimes where I make them spaghetti bol or chili and don’t mention that it has been made with Quorn rather than beef. No one has ever picked me up on this and I reckon I could sneak this in with a bit of cooked Quorn and some rice and none of them would be any the wiser.
As a disabled person, this can be quite a difficult topic, because sometimes stuff which may seem perfectly reasonable can in fact be quite a chore. Perfect example is liver and onions with mushrooms.
Have fun doing that one and needing to wander back and forth between cupboards and fridges and using several different knives.
Anyway, delighted to report that as with all hot and savoury stuff by huel, this is very simple to make. One little pot, one little spoon, one little kettle, Job Done.
A decent addition, I’m glad I ordered it and I will definitely include it within future orders. Nothing touches the Thai Green Curry flavour, much as I wish it did of course ! But nonetheless I feel that this is a really solid and worthy flavour to add to the brand.
Hugely looking forward to whatever else the boffins come up with next, not sure anything can dislodge TGC but I hope to be proved wrong!