Beef Curry Using S&B Golden Curry Mix

Beef Curry Using S&B Golden Curry Mix

Curry is one of the dishes that I didn’t grow up eating. It was never cooked at home simply because my parents hated it. They didn’t like how it smells and how it tastes.

But even though I didn’t grow up eating this dish, I fell in love with it the first time I tasted it. Yup, it was love at first taste..LOLz!

There are many kinds of curries. The  most common and the one I use frequently is the yellow curry powder, I think that’s Indian curry. I have also tried green curry but only in restaurants.

Beef Curry Using S&B Golden Curry Mix

I’ve been seeing this S&B Golden Curry everywhere — mostly in Japanese Grocery Stores but it is also available in the local groceries. My tastebuds became curious…. how does japanese curry taste?

my daughter, ykaie and nieces Thea and Cyra

S&B Golden Curry is a traditional Japanese curry sauce mix with the best blend of herbs and spices. You won’t find a single word written in english on the box. I got the recipe from the staff at Hatchin.

And so, after six months of being curious, I finally gave in and bought a box. It is available in different level of spicyness. I chose the least spicy.

The verdict? Curiosity makes the tummy full

I didn’t do what the recipe said, though. It was too strong for me.

The recipe said use that block of curry up there which was divided into four. I only used a quarter of that curry mix.

You can buy the S&B Golden Curry Mix Here:


How to cook Beef Curry using S&B Golden Curry Mix


  • 500g Beef Sirloin, diced
  • 2 pcs potato, diced
  • 1 large green bell pepper, chopped
  • 1 large carrots, diced
  • 5 tbsp cooking oil
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 part S&B Golden Curry Mix


  1. Fry potato and carrots until golden brown. Set aside.
  2. Fry beef sirloin for five minutes or until you can’t see any red spots anymore.
  3. Pour in water. Simmer until tender.
  4. When beef is tender, add curry mix. Stir until it melts in the water.
  5. The sauce will become thick and flavorful.
  6. Add more curry mix if you want the sauce thicker and more flavorful and add more water for thinner sauce.
  7. Add potato, carrots and green bell pepper.
  8. Simmer for 1 minute.
  9. Serve with steamed rice.

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I ate mine on top of a cup of rice…

It was sort of a relief after a series of unfortunate events that happened in the last 12 hours….

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11 Responses

  1. ate bakit may armpit naman.. lol .. pero hindi ko pa na try gumamit ng japanese ingredients..

  2. Well… we never ate curry when I was a kid either. My mom was not very adventurous in the kitchen and I guess also those days it was all very Dutch food (meat, potatoes and vegetables..period) so my first curry was a revelation.. Love at first taste is a good description!

  3. I love curry. I love flavours that don’t apologise to you. much like belacan or cumin. With storebought curry pastes I usually add double what is on the packet. 

  4. please be clear about the amount of curry to add. you say “one part.” What does that mean? Maybe better to say one half box or whole box.
    thank you

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