WOOP brings the world to your plate

WOOP brings the world to your plate

6-Woop 1_optLove to eat but just don’t have the time to cook? Join the food revolution and get your favourite global cuisine at the click of a button with WOOP – the new gourmet meal delivery service that brings world-class fare to your dinner table.

Boasting recipes inspired by the hidden delights of meals the world over, World On Our Plate (WOOP) will change the way you eat. A culinary experience bursting with specialty produce, international soul and new meals every week, it truly is the world on your plate.

WOOP meals are made using only the best quality ingredients – free range and local, with no added nasties or preservatives. Simply choose the WOOP plan that works for you and you’ll receive fresh, delicious meals pre-prepared and delivered to your door. And the best bit? They take as little as 15 minutes to prepare, which means less time in the kitchen and more time at the table!

Put a little ‘ooh la la’ in your dinner repertoire with WOOP Confit Duck with Caramelised Apple, Green Beans and Braised Red Cabbage. A classic French dish hailing from Dordogne, a region renowned for its rich, earthy gastronomy, WOOP source free range duck and marinate it for four hours to ensure a delicious crispy skin when cooked.

Indulge your craving for hearty fare with WOOP Angus Steak with Horseradish Sauce and Roasted Winter Vegetables, accompanied by Cream and Nutmeg Spinach. Boasting hearty British roots, this recipe originated in the English county of Northumberland, where steak served with horseradish is a firm foodie favourite. WOOP source only the best-quality Angus steak and the freshest vegetables for this dish, which is complemented by a tasty side of cream and nutmeg spinach.

And bring a slice of South Island life to your table with WOOP Sherry Vinegar Glazed Smoked Salmon, Creamy Leek and Potato Mash with a side of Kale. A dish that celebrates the bountiful offerings of Aotearoa, this recipe calls for fresh South Island salmon to be cured overnight, with the WOOP in-house chef lightly smoking the salmon for a subtle flavour to set off the sherry vinegar glaze. The salmon is accompanied by creamy leek and potato mash and a side of kale.

WOOP founder and director Thomas Dietz says WOOP brings recipes from across the world to foodies who love to eat – but don’t have the time or inclination to cook. “We know convenience is key for Kiwis, which is why WOOP eliminates the time, hassle and often stress involved in preparing the evening meal with the help of just one little culinary secret – ‘mise en place’.

“A French term loosely translated to mean ‘set up’, mise en place is the force behind WOOP – our chef preps all the fresh ingredients so consumers are set up and ready to create their meal in just 10 to 30 minutes,” says Dietz.

For more information, visit www.woop.co.nz 

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