Chicken Vermont Curry from House Foods

If there’s one hobby I really love doing apart from tennis, that would be cooking. Lately, I discovered a new company that showcases great Japanese Style Curry. House Foods Corporation, Japan was established in 1913 as a leading producer of alternative herbal medicines. Currently, they are now the largest spice manufacturer in Japan and one of the most prominent producers of Japanese food products.

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  2. Cucumber Orange Cupcake by The Tennis Foodie
  3. Banana Oatmeal Smoothie
  4. Strawberry Shortcake Smoothie
  5. Creamy Mackerel Pasta

The Tennis Foodie tried using the Vermont Curry (Mild) from House Foods Corporation. Here are the ingredients for my Chicken Vermont Curry:

1 package of 230g Vermont Curry (Mild)
500g chicken breast
800g onion
200g carrot
2tbsp cooking oil
6cups water


  • Drizzle the cooking oil into the pot and heat it up for few minutes.

  • Placed the chopped onion into the hot cooking oil and fry it.

  • After it is cooked, place the chopped chicken next.

  • After the chicken is cooked well, put the chopped carrots and potatoes respectively.

  • After all ingredients are cooked well, add 6 cups of water slowly.

  • Let it boil for few minutes with medium heat and put the lid of the pot.

  • Remove the scum with a spoon or ladle.

  • Boil till every ingredient becomes tender.

  • Stop heating. Break the curry roux into small blocks and put them into the pot.

  • Stir in the curry roux until it melts completely.
  • After stirring, heat the pot again with low heat until the sauce is thick enough.

Serving Suggestion

It was fun cooking chicken curry for the first time. It’s one of my favorite dishes. It tastes very mild spicy and it’s perfectly served with steamed rice. The sauce became thicker too which added depth to it. The potatoes also helped thicken the sauce. Overall, I’m satisfied with this product. I’ll give it a HIT.


34 thoughts on “Chicken Vermont Curry from House Foods”

  1. Oh now this sounds like an interesting curry brand, I’ve not heard of House Foods before but I am definitely up for checking them out.

  2. We make curry all the time – usually from scratch. But it’s always good to have a fast solution on hand in case you are in a hurry.

  3. This looks really delicious! If I can source the curry product you recommend, I’ll have to try out your recipe! Thanks for sharing it!

  4. Japanese-styled curry is always yummy. When I was in Japan, I ate at their Coco Curry restaurant chain, and their curry is delicious in its own way 🙂

  5. A balance between spicy and sweet seems perfect for these curries when eaten with rice. Tough, we are vegans, I shall replace chicken with something veggie and then try this out.

  6. Although I usually make my own spice blends it is often nice to have a ready made one in the pantry when you want to prepare a quick and speedy meal. Your curry looks lovely.

  7. Yet again another great recipe! I shall see if I can convert it into veggie so I can try it ☺️

  8. Thats a yummy instant curry to be prepared when you are a working women and you don’t really have enough time to cook several dishes. Love to try this recipe.

  9. These are some excellent dishes from Vermont foods that I can put to great use in cooking right away!

  10. This is an interesting find and thanks a lot for your recommendations!
    I am a fan of Japanese curry to so I will be looking forward to trying this. – Knycx Journeying

  11. I have never used this curry brand. But this looks good and easy to use. Will check and try this out.

  12. Look at you cooking up a right feast for sure. My other half loves chicken so this would deffo be his thing

  13. That looks so amazing! I will have to try this with my family. I can’t wait to try it! I bet it’s going to be delicious.

  14. This looks like a delicious and healthy recipe. Furthermore, it looks so easy to accomplish I will try it too.

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