Wrap - A crossroads of blends

Kooking Blend(s): The Hot One / The Easy One / The Herby One / The Special One / The Jolly One as per taste Other Ingredients: Tortilla / Roti / Wrap, veggies of choice and meat of choice Used As: Spread  Directions for Kooks: Heat the base of your wrap on a pan or toaster. Spread the Kooking Blends on the base. Top up with veggies, paneer or meat of choice. Sprinkle cheese if desired. Wrap up into a roll. Kooking Time: Easy Peasy Why Kook?  Roll your food leftovers into wraps with multiple personalities; nothing disorderly, we promise. Kook -...

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Topping on Bread - All-occasion versatility

Kooking Blend(s): The Eas One / The Special One / The Hot One / The Herby One as per taste Other Ingredients: Bread, veggies of choice, eggs, cheese, sausages and salami Used As: Spread  Directions for Kooks: Use the Kooking Blend as a spread on a slice of toasted or untoasted bread. Top off with choice of veggies, cheese and meat or eggs, OR season and eat as is. Kooking Time: Quick Fix Why Kook?  The simplest solution to just-don’t-wanna-cook days. Puts every which ingredient to use without a hint of fuss. Kook - Srobona Das, Super Mom and Retro Music...

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Sauteed Spinach - Leafy way to a light meal

Kooking Blend(s): 2 tbsp per person of The Easy One Other Ingredients: Spinach, garlic and oil Used As: Flavouring  Directions for Kooks: Sauté chopped garlic until golden brown in a pan. Add washed spinach and the Kooking Blend. Season. Cook until spinach wilts. Kooking Time: Easy Peasy Why Kook?  Three simple – and one easy – ingredients to get the most out of spinach while spending the least amount of time in the kitchen. Kook - Vishwaraj Mohan, CEO, CounterCulture, KOOK, Bangalore

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Fried Rice - Room for everything

Kooking Blend(s): 1 tbsp per person of The Herby One + The Hot One + The Easy One Other Ingredients: Rice, capsicum, chillies, garlic, mushroom, shredded chicken and oil Used As: Flavouring  Directions for Kooks: Stir fry veggies and season. Add the Kooking Blend, shredded chicken, mushrooms and stir. Fry together with rice until combined. Kooking Time: Easy Peasy Why Kook?  The luckiest of leftover rice are destined to end up as fried rice, but why not look beyond soy? Our three blends offer three new scrumptious possibilities for the ricey classic Kook - Farah Merchant, Cooking Whiz and Home...

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Chilli Garlic Bread - For a speedy nosh break

Kooking Blend(s): The Hot One and The Easy One as per taste Other Ingredients: Bread, veggies of choice, cheese and garlic Used As: Spread  Directions for Kooks: Spread minced garlic and the Kooking Blends on bread. Top off with veggies if desired. Toast in the oven until the bread turns golden brown. Top off with cheese and put it back in the oven for 2 mins. Kooking Time: Quick Fix Why Kook?  An easy four-step dish. Chop garlic, spread the blend, think a random thought while the oven clock ticks and open the oven door to the aroma of a...

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Flavoured Idli - Unusual like a flying saucer

Kooking Blend(s): The Herby One / The Hot One / The Easy One / The Special One / The Jolly One Other Ingredients: Idli batter Used As: Masala  Directions for Kooks: Mix Kooking Blend into idli batter and steam as usual. Kooking Time: Quick Fix Why Kook?  Idlis are adorable as they are, but for those of you looking for a change, we’ve got five jars of mild and wild flavours that will cover your work week’s entire breakfast menu. Kook - Vishwaraj Mohan, CEO, CounterCulture, KOOK, Bangalore

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