It’s sizzling hot again today in Tokyo.
I don’t want to cook because it’s hot. I don’t want to bake fish or fry vegetables.
But I’m hungry. What should I do?
"So why don’t you use the microwave?"
"O.K. but what should I cook with it?"
And here is the answer; you can cook with the microwave “Bon Curry Neo.”
So, today, I tried Bon Curry Neo (￥198).
Bon Curry is the oldest ready-to-eat curry in Japan, and also the most popular one. Of course, I ate it several times when I was a child. But I didn’t like it because it wasn’t delicious, and it looked cheap compared with mom’s curry.
These days, I often eat ready-to-eat curry, particularly, I like S&B’s Nattoku no curry（なっとくのカレー）, but I didn’t have chances to have Bon Curry until today.
So I was very impressed by its improvement both in taste and ingredients, and its convenience of cooking.
Speaking of technological improvement, you can heat Bon Curry Neo in the microwave. You don’t need to boil water any more. Just open the box and put it into the microwave, waiting for only two minutes. Then the curry is ready. How easy!
Look at the picture.
The carrot and potato are so big! The carrot used to be very small and thin like paper. The potato was a quarter or smaller the size of it. Now they are big enough.
And both the potate and carrot are grown in Japan, not imported vegetables.
The curry was a mild taste, not so hot, not so spicy, and not so sweet. It was very delicious.
I added three sausages to it. I would pay for it ￥700, if I were served it at a curry restaurant. It’s a really good taste.
★★★★(I want to eat it regularly.)