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We have all probably heard or seen an advert for Gousto on the many platforms we have these days, but did you know Gousto had an online cookbook using a selection of spices?
Gousto is a meal delivery subscription box created by Timo Boldt and James Carter. They drop onto your doorstep whenever you choose and have all that you need to cook meals 3 or 4 times a week. They are constantly changing and inventing new ways to help the environment and make sure their boxes meet eco standards. One of the reasons Gousto has done so well is because of these eco credentials and the quality of the ingredients in the box.
Each box includes a recipe card with full instructions, Gousto spices and all the ingredients needed to make the meal that you have handpicked from their extensive range! From £2.98 per serving and a zero-food waste concept, the trend has taken the UK by storm.
Since 2012 Gousto has managed to build their business from strength to strength, bringing in people like Joe Wicks and other influencers to showcase the brand. Having easy to follow instructions and well sourced ingredients the boxes have reached out to families, students, and foodies all around the UK. This is another reason why these boxes stand out as a staple in a lot of households.
As a fan already of these boxes, we decided to review what else they have to offer through their website and discovered the online cookbook. Their striking images and delicious use of Gousto spices have had hundreds of people sign up; judging by the online cookbook, we can see why!
As a spice company we also appreciate that herbs and spices are the key to a good dish and Gousto seem to know this too! Gousto’s spices always include a big variety for you to play around with. From smoky harissa, sweet paprika to sprinkles of sesame seeds; their recipes always have a touch of magic to transform an ordinary meal to something really tasty!
The great thing with the online cookbook is it gives you the option to recreate your favourite recipes again and again! Obviously, the traditional cookbook is still as popular as ever in most kitchens but as the digital world moves on and an online presence takes over, this is a clever way to reach out to more people. Following Gousto’s clear instructions you don’t have to worry about messing up! Plus the online image shows what you are aiming to achieve.
The amount of recipes to choose from is brilliant and caters for all types of eaters, that’s why the cook-book is such a good idea so you can browse easily depending on what you prefer to eat.
There are Vegan & Veggie recipes, using great plant based options like tofu and a variety of vegetables.
Meat eaters favourites and family friendly dishes, you can find classic burgers, wraps and pasta dishes.
Also giving you the healthy alternatives or your one pot hearty meals. You could say you can literally find something for everyone!
This tandoori fish is a lovely flavourful dish and pushes you to try something a little different for your midweek meal. Nigella seeds are a great addition.
Ras el Hanout is always good to have in your kitchen cupboard, especially to make this gorgeous golden halloumi!
What Gousto is really great at is creating meals that all the family would enjoy, spicy paprika fajitas are always a treat!
An easy but appetising curry is hard to find and this recipe is delicious!
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