10 lucky MoM members will win AYAM Hampers inclusive of:

Products

  • AYAM Satay Sauce 250ml
  • AYAM Seasoning Sauce 150ml
  • AYAM Pure Sesame Oil 210ml
  • AYAM Teriyaki Marinade and Sauce 210ml
  • AYAM Oyster Sauce 210ml
  • AYAM Light Soy Sauce 210ml
  • AYAM Sweet Chilli Sauce for Finger Foods 435ml
  • AYAM Malaysian Laksa Soup Paste 185g
  • AYAM Malaysian Nyonya Curry Paste 185g
  • AYAM Malaysian Rendang Curry Paste 185g
  • AYAM Thai Red Curry Paste 195g
  • AYAM Thai Green Curry Paste 195g
  • AYAM Premium Coconut Milk 270ml

•            AYAM Pure Coconut Cream 270ml

 

Australia’s number one leading Asian food brand, AYAM, is bringing authentic flavours to all Chinese New Year celebrations. And to mark the start of the Chinese calendar year, AYAM is giving away 10 product hampers.

AYAM makes the perfect no-fuss addition to family friendly meals. From coconut products, delicious Asian sauces, pastes, condiments and noodles, AYAM’s versatile range will make any home cook the talk of the table.

From Friday 16 February, Sydney will transform into a sea of red as the city celebrates the 2018 Chinese New Year with vibrant lantern displays and live entertainment. AYAM will be on hand to delight crowds with delicious food offerings and a unique Chinese New Year experience for all the family.

 

Please note this competition is open from 21 February 2018 until the 21st of March, 2018 and is only available to members of Mouths Of Mums. This competition is a game of skill – answer in 50 words or less. We are unable to accept entries posted via facebook. Facebook LIKE functionality is not a requirement of entry to this competition. The winners of this competition will be published on this page. Winners’ name and address will be provided to the promoter of this competition and prizes will be sent to the address you have in Your Profile. Please ensure your details are up to date so that you receive your prize.

Winners for this competition

  1. S. Fairley - VIC
  2. D. Deluca - VIC
  3. G. Jacobs - QLD
  4. S. Thompson - VIC
  5. S. George - SA
  6. P. Canelas - QLD
  7. L. Williams - QLD
  8. F. Teoh - NSW
  9. S. Mirza - VIC
  10. N. Hobbs - VIC

  • Have a big banquet with family!



  • We love to celebrate with family and friends at our place.
    First step is to clear the bench, we need plenty of space!
    We prepare meat, vegetables, rice, noodles, heat up the barbecue wok.
    With AYAM products we cook and eat until it’s Chinese New Year on the clock!



  • Phone the local Chinese restaurant and rely on their expertise.



  • Nothing beats yum cha!



  • Lots of tasty dishes, using Ayam sauce and pastes, rice and long fat noodles are perfect for my tastes. With friends and family over, Ayam is perfect for the night as the gluten free options make sure we manage our niece’s dietary requirements just right.



  • We take the kids to the Lantern Parade and we buy Asian food at the pop-up stalls. It is a way of getting into the spirit of Chinese New Year.



  • Preferably in china town for a big yum Cha feast, little bites of Chinese goodness that I could eat all day long.



  • A yummy home cooked asian meal made by my hubby . Favourite is anything with prawns



  • We cook up a chinese feast and then all enjoy bringing in the new year together with full bellies!



  • I allow my neighbours to cook for me haha. They make the best authentic Chinese cuisine. I need to ask for the fried rice recipe.



  • Chinese home made dumplings made together with friends served with special fried rice and chicken. A true meaning of chinese new year is to be sharing time with close family and friends and creating our meal together made it a special occasion followed by a game of majong.



  • By Cooking Honey King Prawns



  • Dragons, lions, red and gold
    in the Chinese new year out with the old
    fried rice, vegetables and spicy chicken
    lots of food to share with loved ones new and old



  • I get my friends and family together for dinner



  • Dumplings. Always dumplings. Cooked any way. We don’t have them often, but at Chinese New Year it’s a must. My daughter’s favourite time of year and we don’t even celebrate Chinese New Year.


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