kuhlbarra barramundi – it’s chilli outside

In a world that is filled with super busy parents, sometimes, getting a plate of something nutritious and tasty on the table for dinner can be a struggle.

In the last couple of months, my workload has increased tenfold (yay!) but this also means that most of my time is taken up by work and that I have less time to prepare meals (nay..)

I am a firm believer in home-cooked meals so no matter how busy I am, I will try to get dinner done. 

And for the upcoming Christmas season, I am thinking something quick, easy but VERY TASTY will be great!

This is where Kuhlbarra’s Christmas Parchment-baked Barramundi sets come in so handy.

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This Christmas season, Kuhlbarra has collaborated with three artisanal condiment producers, namely MOFO CHILI, Comcrop and Galiardi, to produce three Christmas Parchment-baked Barramundi sets.

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These sets are good-to-go: simply assemble, add some vegetables, bake, and you can have dinner on the table in no time – the parchment paper comes with the sets so you don’t even have to go buy some yourself!

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Let me show you how easy-peasy this is to cook.

Fold the parchment paper into half and open it up. Place the barramundi, skin-side down, on one side of the parchment paper.

Season the barramundi with salt and black pepper.

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Spread the chili on the fish.

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Lay on the sliced pepper.

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Fold the parchment paper and fold the edges to seal.

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Bake the barramundi at 200°C for 20-25 minutes.

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Serve immediately.

That is it!

A delicious and nutritious meal from your kitchen to the table in 30 minutes.

Kuhlbarra Christmas Parchment-baked Barramundi sets also come with Comcorp’s pesto (“Under the Mistlepesto”) and Galiardi’s extra virgin olive oil with Comcorp’s fresh rosemary and dried basil (“O Olive Night”). Sold at $13.90 per set, it is your answer to an uncomplicated Christmas meal this year.

It's Chilli Outside

It’s Chilli Outside

O Olive Night

O Olive Night

Under the Mistlepesto

Under the Mistlepesto

Can’t make up your mind? You can also purchase a set of “Wrapped with Love” ($135) which consists of 2kg of barramundi! Enough to feed everyone at home this festive season!

Wrapped with Love

Wrapped with Love

Farmed in the pristine Southern waters of Singapore with world-class sustainable fish farming practices and grown from top-grade fry from Australia, Kuhlbarra barramundi has a delicately sweet flavor and extremely clean taste.

Harvested-to-order and delivered via an unbroken cold chain, Kuhlbarra barramundi is of top-notch quality.  

Don’t just take my word for it – order a set (or more) and try them out for yourselves!

{GIVEAWAY} The fine folks at Kuhlbarra will like to share the festive joy with the readers of The Domestic Goddess Wannabe and they are giving away 2 sets ($41.70 per set), each consisting of 3 portions of barramundi and 1 of each type of condiment) to 2 lucky readers! To take part, simple complete the Rafflecopter below*.

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*2 winners will be picked to win one set each of 3 portions of barramundi and 1 of each type of condiment. An email will be sent to the winners to notify him/her of the win. Should a reply not be received within 48 hours, another winner will be selected. The prizes will be sent to the winners by Kuhlbarra. This contest is opened to only residents of Singapore. 

kuhlbarra - It's Chili Outside
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Ingredients
  1. 1 piece parchment paper
  2. 200g Kuhlbarra barramundi
  3. 30g MOFO Chili's Dodge the Bullet Chili Condiment (or any chili paste)
  4. 1/4 red pepper, sliced
  5. 1/4 yellow pepper, sliced
  6. Salt, to taste
  7. Black pepper, to taste
Instructions
  1. Fold the parchment paper into half and open it up. Place the barramundi, skin-side down, on one side of the parchment paper.
  2. Season the barramundi with salt and black pepper.
  3. Spread the chili on the fish. Lay on the sliced pepper.
  4. Fold the parchment paper and fold the edges to seal.
  5. Bake the barramundi at 200°C for 20-25 minutes.
Adapted from Kuhlbarra
Adapted from Kuhlbarra
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