Yesterday I received a large box full of sauces from WORLDFOODS, as part of the Fusion Taste Team USA Campaign. Over the next six weeks, I will be cooking with and reviewing WORLDFOOD’s all natural ingredient Asian sauces. I have been searching for sauces that do not contain contain artificial preservatives, colors, flavors, gluten or genetically modified ingredients for quite some time. I am excited to try these sauces out.
Team Maryland is competing against other states for a chance to win some pretty great prizes. The team with the most descriptive, imaginative posts who receive the most Facebook likes, Tweets, and Pins is crowned the winner. Fun, right?
What is not fun is trying to cook a decent meal after a long day at work, when your 3 year old and 18 month old are starving and want to be fed RIGHT NOW! After daycare snacks do not hold these guys over, so I need quick and easy meals, on nights when we get home late.
Tonight was one of those nights. Thankfully I already planned to make Tilapia tonight, but wanted to do something different. I quickly scanned through my WORLDFOODS sauces and selected the Thai Cambodian Pineapple Lemongrass Sauce. As I started dinner, I plopped both boys up on the counter and we got to work.
Within 15 minutes I had dinner on the table. Noah clapped when I set his in front of him. I love this kid!
A mere five minutes later, Noah’s plate was licked clean (seriously he licked it!). Xander finished his dinner in record time too. A win for mommy tonight!
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Disclaimer:I was provided with WORLDFOODS products as part of the Fusion Taste USA Challenge, however, all opinions expressed are my own.