Cook up a feast fit for a Queen!
What’s in the box?
It’s a beautiful box put together with 12 meal kit sachets IN THE SMALL BOX catering for 4-6 people and 26 meal kit sachets IN THE DELUXE BOX, catering for 7-14 people.
Contains every spice and dried ingredient you need. Nothing perishable, no waste. Just add fresh ingredients. Includes Indian gold transfer tattoos and bindis for that extra touch of fun & glamour!
Each meal sachet makes a dish of 4 standard portions, to make a range of balanced dishes, covering starter, mains and dessert.
Onion Bhaji | Tamarind chutney | Lamb Kebabs | Coconut & Sesame chutney
Punjabi chicken | Mango chicken | Aloo Gobi | Masoor di dhal
Naan | Rice
Besan | Suji Laddu
Invite the girls over & get cooking…
Open the Prosecco and have fantastic fun cooking up a delicious feast!
No greasy takeaways, just naturally healthy, yet utterly tasty, North Indian food.
Make your party meal kit box the cookery experience you want –
-Your own Indian cookery workshop! All of the girls round, cooking and chatting for 3-4 hours, then enjoy your evening, eating your culinary efforts, drinking and having fun.
-A social evening – A couple of close friends to prep and the others arriving to finish off and enjoy the evening.
-Do it all yourself, we tell you how and when to prepare each dish in advance, to put on a spectacular dinner party for the girls.
Be the hostess you always wanted to be.
What comes with the Girls Night-in Meal Kit Box?
All the spices and dried ingredients you need.
PDF method instructions for each dish.
List of fresh items needed.
List of kitchen equipment needed, hob space, fridge space, serving dishes needed.
Works out at around £5-8 per person with dried ingredients and spices, depending on number of ladies.
Why not tempt your guests to try a little dessert.
Indian sweets are not well-known so this is an ideal opportunity to offer your guests a little something different… and try it out yourself.
Our two dessert offerings are sweets made from gram flour and from semolina.
Besan (pronounced beh-sun), is fudge-like sweet, some say similar to Scottish tablet. It’s very popular with those who have a sweet tooth. When made with oil instead of ghee, this sweet is also vegan, as well as gluten-free, which makes it perfect for everyone!
The Suji laddu (pronounced soo-jee lud-oo), are delicious semolina dumplings, very popular with children, as well as adults.
They always have a good response, and the sachets and easy-to-follow method instructions make it so simple to produce these traditional Indian sweets.