Around the World with Kitchen Trotter

I was first introduced to Kitchen Trotter this month and after reading about the new company and receiving their January Indonesian cuisine kit containig 8 full size products such as spices and condiments. With each kit you get a new menu and cuisine each month along with four recipes to help you along the way plus a shopping list for the fresh produce you will also need. As I have got older I’m starting to try new foods all the time now whenever I get the chance so this is a great way to try new cuisines without leaving your house. The Kitchen Trotter is a great kit that lets you cook for 4-6 people so if you have family or friends coming over then you can treat them to a new authentic cuisine. Every month there will be a new cuisine sent from Kitchen Trotter in the post so it’s quite exciting to try new foods every month. I will be updating this review with my dishes that I have made. Check out the Kitchen Trotter website for more information and their different subscriptions they offer.

Here are the contents for January’s Indonesian Kit:

  • Gado Gado mix – Asli
  • Terasi – Ams Koe Poe
  • Hourglass – Kitchen Trotter
  • Kemiri nuts – Epices et Delices & Kitchen Trotter
  • Pandan aroma – Ams XO
  • Kecap Manis – Bango
  • Lemon grass powder – Terre Exotique & Kitchen Trotter
  • Combava leaves – Terre Exotique & Kitchen Trotter

The four recipes included are:

  • Gado-Gado
  • Mie Goreng
  • Ayam Areh
  • Kue Dadar Gulung

I’m looking forward to sharing these recipes with everyone and updating the review with photographs of the meals I cook with the Kitchen Trotter Kit. Here is a special code for you to get £15 off sweet016kt.

What is your favourite cuisine?


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