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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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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Beef Curry - A jolly-ferocious combo

Kooking Blend(s): 1 tbsp per person of The Jolly One Other Ingredients: Beef, onion, tomato, capsicum, vinegar, soy sauce, ginger, garlic and Vindaloo mix Used As: Masala  Directions for Kooks: Cook the beef with Vindaloo mix. Slice and fry onion, tomato and capsicum, to this add the Kooking Blend. Add vinegar and soy sauce, then add beef and slow cook. Kooking Time: Easy Peasy Why Kook?  Spices form the core of this curry. Our blend makes sure you capture its fieriness well enough to show off at the table.  Kook - Juanita Dsouza, Entrepreneur and home chef, Bangalore

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Chicken Curry - A Kook spin on the classic

Kooking Blend(s): 1 tbsp per person of The Easy One / The Herby One / The Hot One /The Jolly One Other Ingredients: Chicken, onion, ginger, garlic, chilli, seasoning and oil Used As: Spice / Masala  Directions for Kooks: Blend together onion, garlic, ginger and chillies. In a pan drizzle some oil and fry the paste in it. To this add the chicken, season and fry. Once semi-cooked, add the Kooking Blend and a splash of water. Cover and cook on low-medium heat. Once cooked, garnish and serve. Kooking Time: Easy Peasy Why Kook?  One of the subcontinent’s most famous...

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Kofta Curry - Three for vegan decadence

Kooking Blend(s): 2 tbsp of The Herby One / The Jolly One / The Easy One Other Ingredients: Koftas, onion, ginger, garlic, garam masala and seasoning Used As: Masala  Directions for Kooks: Blend together onion, ginger and garlic to create a paste. In a pan drizzle some oil and sauté this mixture until cooked. To this add Kooking Blend, garam masala and season as per taste. Once combined, add a splash of water or more depending on the desired quantity of gravy. Drop the koftas into this masala and cook until the koftas soak in the gravy. Garnish and season....

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Potato Curry - Ultra-comforting food

Kooking Blend(s): 1 tbsp of The Easy One and The Jolly One each for two persons Other Ingredients: Potato, onions and oil Used As: Masala  Directions for Kooks: Sauté onions until translucent. Add chopped potatoes and cook until soft. Season with Kooking Blend once cooked and combine. Kooking Time: Easy Peasy Why Kook?  Because masala hunts – gathering spices from across kitchen corners – can be time-consuming; take a break, take a surprisingly tasty break. Kook - Vishwaraj Mohan, CEO, CounterCulture, KOOK, Bangalore

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