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About a month ago, I received several bottles of WORLDFOODS marinades. We were just waiting for the right time to try them.
Of all the sauces I received, I was most intrigued by the Tandoori marinade.
We tried the tandoori sauce with fish one evening. I had wanted to originally try it on chicken, but my husband thought that fish was the way to go. We marinated the fish for about an hour and then put them on the George Foreman grill (which we use for so many of our food.) It wasn’t long before the fish was cooked and we were able to taste everything. First, though, the smell was amazing. I also knew that the sauce was going to have some kick to it.
I was pleasantly surprised! The marinade packed a punch, and was so flavorful!
- 1 bottle of WORLDFOODS tandoori marinade
- 4 tilapia filets
- Make sure the tilapia filets are thawed. Place in a bowl and pour bottle of marinade over the fish. (Feel free to save a little of the marinade to pour over the fish at the end of grilling.)
- Refrigerate for at least one hour.
- Grill the tilapia for 10 minutes. (Discard any leftover marinade.)
WORLDFOODS only uses authentic herbs and spices along with 100-percent natural, fresh ingredients to create each of its unique flavors. They currently offer 65 different sauces, dips and marinades. Each of their products is inspired by the tastes of Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Cambodia, China and India.
I love that the sauces contain no added oil, trans fats, artificial ingredients, preservatives or food flavor enhancers. They are also allergen and gluten free!
You can purchase WORLDFOODS sauces online or check out their website to search for a retailer near you. (I saw that they’re in my area, even though the store selection is somewhat limited here.)
Do you prefer a little extra spice in your foods?
I was provided sauces via the MomsMeet blogger program for review. All opinions are my own.