Degustabox Review and Bengal Curry

Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Degustabox Review and Bengal Curry

degustabox october

It was another great box from Degustabox this month with so many lovely products. Here is what we thought of them.

Special K Cracker Crisps: These are fantastic. When I did the Jenny Craig eating plan, I had this type of crisp as a snack. They are less than 60% fat, but you aren't compromising on the taste.

Blue Dragon Sweet Chili Sauce: We have used this before and it is great for making sweet chilli kebabs or to use as dipping with spring rolls.

Get Buzzing: I am not a fan of raisins so this wasn't for me.

Enhance Drinks: They state that they are small, fabulous and packed with natural flavour, enhance is designed especially for an adult palate. I must admit that I didn't read that before I served it to the boys, however, they enjoyed it. I had a taste myself and can confirm they are really nice. The size makes it great for travelling.

Kent's Kitchen: We had the Bengal meal kit. It was simple, tasted lovely and you can read about it at the end of this post.

Solo Marshmallow Creme: I like marshmallow fluff and we made marshmallow fudge with our pot. You can get the recipe here. It would also be good to use in my whoopie pie recipe.

marshmallow Fudge

Dr.Oetker: Premium 90% Extra Dark Chocolate and Fine Dark Chocolate Powder: I haven't yet tried these, but have yet to find a Dr.Oetker product that I don't like. Expect to see a chocolate brownie recipe on the blog soon.

Bear Paws: Little man enjoyed this fruit snack.

Jelly Belly: I don't know why I even doubted whether I would like the sour flavour jelly beans. They were lovely.

Brioche Pasquier:  We received the sliced load and pain au chocolat. Both were nice and the boys enjoyed them at breakfast as an alternative to toast.

Degustabox Fridge was back as well - this time for Benecol Greek Style Youghuts. This time it worked much better as the voucher could be used in a variety of supermarkets. There was also a sample of the Bear Alpha-bites included. We had already tried these in a previous box, but who doesn't like a little extra?

Bengal Chicken Curry

If you fancy a quick to cook curry on a Friday night then the Kent Kitchen meal kits are a great idea. This week I made Bengal chicken Curry the easy way!


ingredients bengal curry

2 chicken breasts
1 chopped onion
Kents Kitchen Bengal meal kit
2 mini naan breads
1 Veetee pilau rice.

kents kitchen bengal curry kit

Gently fry the chicken and chopped onion in the oil for 3 minutes,

Then add the Bengal curry paste and fry for 3 more minutes.

fried chicken and curry paste

Now add the spices and the coconut milk. Bring to the boil and simmer for 8-12 minutes.

Serve with Veetee Pilau rice and mini naan.

Bengal Chicken Curry

1 comment:

notefromlapland said...

oh wow, i've never heard of these boxes before but they look to be filled with lots of yummy stuff