Hi Everyone! Today is the last day of March 2012. Spring is my favorite season. How about yours? I hope that everybody is having a great 2012 so far. Thank you for visiting today and for your comments.
Today, I want to talk about a fun event with you in April: the Sempio YounDoo Experience Corps 2. If you are a long time follower of my blog, you might remember a similar event in 2010. The winners who had the chance to try Youndoo then gave very positive reviews about it.
Every now and then, I list Youndoo in some of my recipes as an optional ingredient. Many people wonder what it is. Basically, it is a good product that adds extra savory flavor to your food. It can be used not only in Korean food, but also in food from other countries. I think it would be great if you share your experience using it with other people. We decided to give more people a chance to try Youndoo this time around. We are looking for 30 people who would love to try Youndoo and share their recipes using it with us later.
To enter to this event:
- Think of food where you can use Youndoo. It does not have to be Korean food. We would like to see how Youndoo can be put to good use for food from other countries too.
- Leave a comment below this post, and tell me your plan.
- Mention what country you live in now.
- What kind of food will you use with Youndoo?
- Are you willing to share the recipe and pictures with us later in a review?
We will pick 30 winners and give each qualifying winner one bottle of Sempio Youndoo. This event will end April 28, 2012 midnight EST. I will announce the winners’ names at end of April or beginning of May 2012 on my blog.
This contest will be only open to USA residents because international shipping is too expensive, and all of my Sempio events are sponsored by Sempio USA. I am very sorry to my international viewers. Please understand this situation. If you are under 18 years old, you need to get permission from your parents or guardian. Good luck to everybody.
If you never tried Youndoo before, you might be wondering how you can use it. The following are some helpful tips. Youndoo will add extra flavor to different kinds of food such as meat, soup, noodles, or side dishes. It is especially good with meat. It probably will not work very well with desserts or sweet things. It is not exactly like soy sauce, but it is similar. It is concentrated, so you do not want to add too much because it can make your food too salty. Just drizzle little bit of it in your dish to improve the flavor. If you use MSG, this can be a substitute.