For people who care about their food

Win one of two curry kit subscriptions!
(UK only)

Curry recipe kits from Wish.co.ukThose nice people over at Wish.co.uk have given me two 3-month Curry Kit subscriptions to give away as prizes.

Here’s what you have to do to win – simply make a comment on this blog posting saying why you’d like to win the prize, and Richard or Laura from Wish will come along and select their two favourites and award the prizes.

The competition is open to anyone, but the prize can only be posted to mainland Britain. The closing date is two weeks from now, 2359 GMT on Monday 19 November 2012.

The Prize

What you can win is a three-month subscription for a curry kit. Each month you receive, through your letterbox, recipes and accompanying packets of ready weighed spices. (You can see my posting about this product here.) The recipes are simple to make and require minimal equipment, skills and ingredients to complete. All serve four unless stated otherwise. No more trying to cook a curry and finding out too late you’re missing a vital ingredient. You don’t have to go and hunt for strange ingredients, or even have to measure out anything. It’s all done for you and just arrives through your letterbox each month. Nothing could be easier!

Here’s a list of a few of the recipes covered by the monthly Curry Kit:

  • Butter chicken with kachumber salad
  • Moghul chicken korma
  • Parsi lamb dhansak
  • King prawn Madras
  • Lamb balti
  • Malay beef rendang
  • Chicken jalfrezi
  • Sri Lankan coconut curry
  • Moghul rose petal lamb curry
  • Thai massaman beef curry
  • Trinidad beef curry
  • Goan chicken xacutti

Maybe you don’t like to cook, or maybe you don’t live in the UK? It’s not a problem. It’ll be Christmas soon and what nicer gift could you give to the curry lover in your life? All you have to do is to comment below and tell us why you’d like to win this prize or why you think you deserve to win! Have fun and good luck!

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