Food has the power to transport us to another place.
Disclosure: I received complimentary Chefs Plate meal kits to try.
With March traditionally a time of travel, perhaps you are exploring how to experience international flavours from home without the recipe planning and grocery shopping.
A meal kit can also be a fun at-home activity and allow you focus on the fun parts of cooking with a loved one.
With Chefs Plate, all of the ingredients are pre-portioned and step by step recipe instructions are super easy in about 6 steps or less.
Chefs Plate presents internationally-inspired meal kits and reveals insider kitchen hacks to get you to your international flavour destination in around 15-30 minutes or less.
I had the opportunity to try three international-inspired recipes which took 15 minutes to prepare.
Indonesian Turkey Gado Gado Bowl (spicy!) – a nourishing and satisfying Indonesian-inspired number with stir-fried veggies, fresh herbs and seasoned turkey. The signature spicy satay sauce hits everything with burst of nutty flavour.
Curried Beef Samosa Bowl – a recipe with the fun and flavours of Indian samosas. Cauliflower and beef are showered in golden spices, hit with signature pops of green peas.
Sun-dried Tomato Shrimp Linguine – classic Italian flavours with sautéed shrimp, fresh linguine, and Parmesan cheese.
I really thought these recipes were all very good, embracing global flavours and being easy to prepare.
The recipes were very approachable and tasted pretty much like how they were named.
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