NP FOODS

LIQUID SEASONINGS

 
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CHARCOAL NP II OIL

One of the great creation of NP, looking for something that can sustain the "CHAR" taste of your products? Adding just as little as 0.5% of this oil and you can maintain the aroma of the products!

 
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CHICKEN FLAVOR NP II OIL

Strong aroma of roasted chicken, this is good for products that you want to add chicken element into it. It helps to provide strong chicken note.

 
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HOT AND SPICY NP II OIL

Intensity of this chili NP II oil is not to be underestimated! Adding this into your snack products can create the hotness that pack a punch of spiciness to the consumer. 

 
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JAPANESE CURRY NP II OIL

Authentic Japanese curry oil, just imagine, achieving the curry sauce flavor without having to mix any spice or purchase ingredient individually, this oil will help create Japanese aroma with just a few drip of oil on your dishes!

 
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MALA NP II OIL

Oil for Sichuan Mala, few drip of these oil will create pretty strong peppercorn aroma, after cooking your dishes, simply add a few drip of this oil and you will get your flavorful mala dish!

 
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SEAWEED NP II OIL

Briny and salty profile that are usually quite hard to achieve when it comes to whipping your dishes, with this seaweed oil, it will create the profile, best use on cooked dishes.

 
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SHRIMP NP II OIL

One of the key ingredient in many dishes and snacks, adding shrimp oil will allow you to create a strong shrimp profile. 

 
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TOM YUM NP II OIL

Tom yum is characterised by its distinct hot and sour flavours, with fragrant spices and herbs generously used in the broth. The soup is also made with fresh ingredients such as lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, lime juice, fish sauce, and crushed red chili peppers.

 
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TOMATO FLAVOR NP II OIL

Tomato flavor is commonly described as sweet, tart, tangy or balanced. Tomato flavor is sometimes also described as “classic tomato flavor” or “old-fashioned tomato flavor.” And the flavor of some tomatoes is described as mild or bland. Sugars in the tomato—mainly fructose and glucose—result in a sweet flavor.