Gourmet frozen meals from dish’d
We’ve been in our new home for just over a week now and in between trips to the Op Shop it was a godsend to have gourmet frozen meals from new food company dish’d delivered to our door. Hayley and I ordered the meals the day before, we were excited to scan the menu on the website and choose some healthy dishes. We agreed on Spinach and Ricotta Cannelloni, Mozzarella and Pesto Pizza, Vegetable Lasagna, Thai Green Vegetable Curry, Pad Thai, Oriental Stir Fry Vegetables, White and Red Quinoa Salad and sweet and creamy Mango Cheesecake. Order online and your meals are delivered to your door the next day. They’re received in a cool box with dry ice to keep everything frozen until 10pm that night. I was delighted the meals were packed efficiently into the freezer and were quick and easy to heat. I didn’t have to worry about what to cook for dinner and found it a new and exciting way to experience delicious food from around the world in the comfort of my own (new) home. At the moment they’re only delivering to metro Victoria and New South Wales.
dish’d have a range of high quality meals and desserts, all frozen to retain their nutritional value and taste, waiting to be enjoyed when you need them.
Celebrated Chef Jacques Reymond joined the dish’d team in February this year and develops the recipes with other Chefs around the world. The tarts on the website are made in France, the Pad Thai and Green Vegetable Curry in Thailand, the pizza in Italy and lots more. My family thoroughly enjoyed the meals, sure the spinach and ricotta filling in the cannelloni was a bit floury and a couple of prawns in my pad thai were a bit rubbery but it didn’t detract from the taste. The meals were delicious and tasty. My husband particularly enjoyed the Thai Green Vegetable Curry. The Oriental Stir Fry Vegetables were very handy when my daughter and her friend whose vegan needed dinner before going out. I stir fried the veggies and cooked some quinoa. Too easy and she loved it. The Mango Cheesecake with traditional speculoos biscuit base was creamy with just the right tang of mango puree complemented with the spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, ginger and cardamon from the speculoos.
The Vegetable Lasagna is made in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy and was a satisfying meal made with thin whole egg lasagna sheets and full cream milk bechamel sauce. The vegetable dice was a bit small but still made for an enjoyable meal.
Courtesy of dish’d, I have a $50 voucher to give away to one reader to enjoy some dish’d meals. The giveaway closes Christmas Eve, Wednesday 24th December and is open to Victoria and New South Wales residents only. To be eligible to win you need to comment below telling me what you’d spend you’re $50 dish’d voucher on? I will draw a name based on creativity.
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THE DISH’D GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED. THE WINNER IS MICHELLE V. MICHELLE, I WILL EMAIL YOU WITH THE DETAILS OF YOUR PRIZE.