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8.05.2018

Foodie Goodie | Uni-Pak Sardine Curry Recipe + Giveaway!

I love cooking. It's one of the many interests that I share with my husband, and one of the very few household chores that I actually enjoy doing. I find a sense of fulfillment in preparing meals for my family, and seeing them enjoy the food that I cook brings me great satisfaction.

But like most moms who work or have other chores to do, there are days when I feel too lazy or too tired to slave in the kitchen. In times like this, I count on my stash of canned goods for a quick-fix meal. Yue loves fish, so I make sure that we always have canned sardines or mackerel at home. And when it comes to canned fish products, our brand of choice is Uni-Pak.
Pak na pak sa Uni-Pak!
The flagship brand of SLORD Development Corporation, Uni-Pak products are made with the finest ingredients and are packed and produced under the most sterile conditions. Kris Aquino's recent tour of the SLORD plant in Navotas City is proof that Uni-Pak products are manufactured in a sanitary environment and go through strict quality control.

Clean Production, Safe to Eat.

Going back to quick-fix meals, one of my favorite ways of enjoying sardines is by simply squeezing some lemon on it after I've taken it out from the can. Yue, however, prefers them sauteed or curried. It's my son's penchant for curry-flavored food that inspired this twist to a simple can of sardines.
Uni-Pak Sardine Curry

Ingredients:
2 155g cans of Uni-Pak Sardines in Tomato Sauce
2 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
1 small onion, sliced
250 mL coconut milk
2 tablespoons curry powder
1 tablespoon olive oil
Salt and pepper to taste
Yue's new favorite curry dish - Uni-Pak Sardine Curry. :)
Procedure:
1. Heat olive oil in a skillet. Saute the garlic and onion until softenend.
2. Add the coconut milk and curry powder, mix them well.
3. Add the sardines together with the tomato sauce. Mix gently and cover and cook in low hear for at least five minutes.
4. Add salt and pepper to taste. 
5. Serve with warm rice.

Now as a treat for my readers and followers, I'll be giving away a Uni-Pak Gift Pack so you can try this recipe at home, as well as Uni-Pak's wide array of products. It's been awhile since I hosted a giveaway, and it's nice to be doing this again with a brand that I truly believe in.
An assortment of Uni-Pak products!
To enter the giveaway, simply complete the tasks on the Rafflecopter below. This contest will run from August 6 until August 13, 2018, open to Philippine residents only. One lucky winner, randomly chosen, will receive a Uni-Pak Gift Pack. 


Follow Uni-Pak on social media to know more about their products:
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OfficialUniPak/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/officialunipak/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/officialunipak

Good luck, and hope you all have a Pak na Pak week ahead! :)

17 replies:

GiGi Eats said...

I FRIGGIN LOVE SARDINES - for some reason I have NEVER thought to make canned sardines into a curry of sorts! THIS IS GENIUS and I am 10000% doing this!

Ranelle said...

I really love these kinds of recipes! Working in SCUBA diving you often come home and are way to exhausted to cook a serious meal. So I really enjoy upgraded simple meals like this! thanks for the recipe!

Christa Anne said...

I find such joy in cooking for my family but often don’t have the time to do an elaborate meal. Finding alternatives like this is so helpful!

Cat said...

I seriously love sardines and I'm so happy to find a recipe that actually uses them. I feel like sardines get such a bad rap! My boyfriend thinks its so weird that I buy them, but maybe if I hide them in an awesome meal like this.... ;)

Geraline Batarra said...

I do love sardines so much, I have never tried to eat this brand but it looks so delicious and aside from that curry is one of my favorite flavor in any dish.

Neda said...

Looks delicious! Thank you for the recipe. :)

Elizabeth O said...

This is a great giveaway. I am not a big fan of sardines but I know so many people who love to enjoy them.

karla dela rosa said...

Wow! It looks good! I never thought about this before! a new way of enjoying sardines! Love it!

Lyosha Varezhkina said...

Looks nice and easy to make! I have a soft spot for canned fish and add to my meal plan from time to time. Your recipe seams easy to follow

Twinspirational said...

We have never eaten or cooked with sardines! But this post makes us want to try them.

Corina said...

Sardines and lemon juice...that got me through college alright :)

Erica said...

I love cooking for my family. However, I do not like sardines. I can't even get my husband to eat any other fish except tuna. There's no way I'd get him to eat sardines. Sounds like an interesting recipe though.

Wendy Polisi said...

My husband would enjoy this. I cannot handle sardines very well.

GiGi Eats said...

DROOL. I love love love love sardines so much it's not even funny!! Sign me up for UNI PAK!

Lisa Rios said...

I'm not a big sardine fan, but the recipe looks interesting - maybe I'll try it!

Annemarie LeBlanc said...

Canned sardines is my favorite go-to meal when I am alone in the house. I love the spicy kind in olive oil. Goes very well with saltine crackers and makes for a delicious, healthy, filling snack too.

Hayley said...

My husband would love this recipe! I will definitely be sharing this with him and trying this out!