Date Night in Lahore
Our Date Night in Lahore bundle box offers the perfect night in on any special occasion. Take your partner or bestie on a spice exploration journey to Lahore.
Meat the Icons
Our top three recipe spicekits (and for good reason)! Perfect for the adventurous cooks out there!
Spruce up your Midweek (Vegan Selections)
A selection of vegetarian & vegan-friendly spicekits. While these will help you make the best recipes, they are also wonderful to spruce up your midweek meals!
Adventurer’s Spicekit Bundle
In this gourmet spice collection, we bring to you a “Dastarkhawan” cloth alongside our signature Butt Karahi and Kala Channa Pulao Spicekits.
Winter Warmer Spicekit Bundle
In this spice gourmet collection, we bring to you a “Dastarkhawan” cloth alongside our winter season favourites Palak Paneer and Daal Makhani Spicekits.
Complete your celebration with one of our beautiful floral cards. Choose from our collection of favourite designs and make your loved one feel extra special.
Basant Handwoven Baskets
Our Basant collection of natural handwoven baskets known as Changair, are functional flat-plate shaped baskets with lifted edges to be used as tableware.
Karahi is undoubtedly one of the most loved curries of Pakistan. It takes its name from a thick scoop shape cooking pot traditionally made of cast iron.
Palak Paneer is an internationally famous spinach dish. Recreate this winter favourite with fried chunks of paneer & a spinach gravy gently infused with spices.
It’s rich! Buttery, creamy, & full of flavour, popular in the Punjab region of Pakistan. Traditionally, it is prepared by slow cooking lentils over a wood fire.
Baingan Bharta is a simple yet satisfying Pakistani vegetarian dish, meaning mashed Aubergine or Eggplant. A smoky flavoured curry with fire-roasted aubergine.
Lahori Chikar Choley is a classic street food dish from Lahore, taking its name from the Punjabi word “chikar” which means muddy or mushy.
Mughlai Qorma is a quintessential dish from the royal kitchens of Mughals. Word is, it was served to Emperor Shah Jahan on the inauguration of the Taj Mahal.