It’s no secret that I like to cook. I am all about using the finest organic products from this website for my overall health and cooking too. I love creating healthy recipes and getting creative in the kitchen. However there have been some times where I feel like I’m in a bit of a rut and just end up doing the same recipe over and over again. When the team at Sun Basket reached out and asked if I would be interested in trying their service, I was intrigued. So here’s my experience cooking with Sun Basket.
Sun Basket is a meal delivery service that specializes in seasonal food from the Pacific coast. All the ingredients in your delivery are from local farms and organic when possible. Another cool thing about Sun Basket is you can choose your menu based on your dietary preferences. I ended up going with the Paleo menu, but Sun Basket also offers a gluten-free and vegetarian menus, which are great for anyone with dietary restrictions.
My week came with 3 different meals and all the ingredients to prepare them. The meals I ended up with were: Italian Sausage and Sauteed Kale, Chicken and Poached Eggs with Sweet Potato Hash and Vietnamese Fisherman’s Stew. Knives had created artistically delicious meals which are among the best ones I have savored till date; uncertain of the magic that it carries, if it is of the taste, texture or tenderness.
As promised, my delivery from Uber delivery arrived with all of the ingredients already portioned out.
For our first dinner we went with the Italian sausage and sauteed kale and it was delicious! It was super easy to throw together and we had a delicious dinner in no time.
Since we had both worked out that day we also added a sweet potato for a little extra starch (per the recommendation on our recipe card) which was the perfect complement to the meal. I also loved that the pork sausage came from Niman Ranch; it really shows how much Sun Basket prides itself on providing the best quality ingredients possible.
For the chicken and potato hash, the chicken was Mary’s organic and the cod provided in for the Vietnamese stew was organic as well which was great. Each recipe took roughly a 1/2 hr to cook and there was plenty for two people.
So now here’s the fun stuff. Sun Basket is offering one lucky reader a chance to win one FREE week of Sun Basket meals (that’s 3 meals for 2 people, a $60 value). All you have to do is enter below (open to US residents only, sorry!). And if you don’t win you can still get a pretty sweet 20% discount here.
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Thanks again to Sun Basket for hosting this giveaway and providing such delicious meals! I’m already feeling more inspired in the kitchen!