"Boom Kitchen’s offering stands out for the value, ease of use and the incredible flavours of the curries themselves"
Well we would say that.. But so did The Independent newspaper - total amaze-balls on naan bread.
Here's what else they wrote about us:
For anyone looking to recreate a British Indian curry house experience, this is where we’d direct you. With varieties such as "jalfrezi heatwave", "lady naga" and "karma korma" to choose from, the kits contain three or four sachets of spice mixes, stocks, dried chillies or coconut and usually around four very easy steps to create a restaurant-quality meal for four. All the varieties are vegan friendly and though most kits suggest chicken as the main protein, further suggestions are available online.
We thought the "jalfrezi heatwave", which we made with lamb and a handful of other fresh ingredients, was terrific and really had that authentic je ne sais quois, which is often lacking from homemade curries. Though the spice blends mean you’re not entirely sure of measurements to recreate dishes alone – it’s not just whacking in a paste and frying – there is enough participation in the cooking process to make you proud of your achievement. Most of the dishes take around 25 minutes and can be purchased separately outside of the subscription model if you like, though we’d highly recommend the pick’n’mix option and hosting a big curry night for all your friends.
The verdict: Curry kits
Boom Kitchen’s offering stands out for the value, ease of use and the incredible flavours of the curries themselves.
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