Now anyone can cook a traditional Punjabi Vegetarian or Vegan Feast!
This is the perfect gift to give anyone who is interested in Indian plant-based food and cookery… or wants to encourage anyone trying to follow a vegan or vegetarian diet
We’ve planned the plant-based menu for you, and ground and blended the correct spices to the correct ratios. We’ve selected the best Basmati rice, flour and lentils that we would use.
Now all you need to do is make up the dishes quickly and easily using the e-method instructions, and following our guidance for cooking up all the dishes, or a few at a time!
For Veganuary, we have 25% OFF the Plant-based Meal Kit Box.
Use code: JANPB25 at checkout. (expires 31.1.21)
What’s in the plant-based Meal KIT Box?
Here are all the meal sachets that are in the plant-based meal kit box, as well as what the finished cooked dishes look like…
The dish of Kings, in a vegetarian form. Equally as delicious and tasty.
Masoor di Dhal
Our FreeFrom Food Award winning signature dish of red lentil dhal quoted by the Telegraph as “quite possibly the best dhal I have ever encountered”.
A simple, classic, hearty, yet filling and wonderful way to use cauliflower & potatoes.
A sharp, sweet and sour chutney. Made from fresh tamarind pulp, it is world apart from anything you’ve tasted before.
The classic kidney bean dhal with the addition of black turtle beans for a truly satisfying combination.
Filled with a carefully selected combination of hand ground spices. These lightly spiced stuffed aubergines are perfect as a starter or mai
This bread is traditionally made in a tandoor, to be enjoyed occasionally as a treat. This naan mix allows you to make these delicious breads at home, under a grill. So you too can now make hot fresh naan with ease.
The original Punjabi style Pakore (bhajis), made with potato and spinach, in addition to onion. These bhajis have to be eaten to be believed. You’ll never eat restaurant or factory produced ones again.
A delicious dish of dark leafy greens, typically made with mustard leaves, spinach and fenugreek leaves. Traditionally served with Makki di Roti (cornmeal chapattis). This is the hearty dish of working farmers.
Our daily bread. This is the North Indian staple, eaten every day with a shal or saabji (vegetable dish). A simple yet satisfying bread. Mastering the technique of rolling & puffing this bread is a truly satisfying experience.