Atlas Masterclass Recipe Boxes

Tue 3rd August, 2021 – Sun 31st October, 2021
Online / Delivered
Price: From $64
Travel the world with themed meal kits featuring instructions from globe-trotting chef Charlie Carrington and everything you need to cook up easy weeknight dinners. Trips to Turkey, Thailand, Mexico and Singapore are boarding now.

At Melbourne restaurant Atlas Dining, chef Charlie Carrington is known for exploring different cuisines and culinary traditions, with a brand-new menu focusing on a different country every four months. But you don’t have to leave home to journey through his flavours and techniques.

Atlas Masterclass is a food-box delivery service that prepares and packs premium seasonal ingredients and step-by-step recipe cards for a round of meals each week. As at the restaurant, the menu flits between destinations and culinary hotspots – previous weeks’ kits have focused on Greece, France, Vietnam and Lebanon.

And on the upcoming travel itinerary? Chicken katsu and aburi salmon-sushi hand rolls from Japan; Turkish doner kebab with za’atar labneh, and eggplant-wrapped lentil kofta with olive salad; Thai fish cakes and beef massaman curry with roti; and chicken birria tacos, chorizo chilli and charred mushroom quesadillas from Mexico. A vegetarian menu is also available each week.

All ingredients come from local suppliers and are pre-portioned to reduce waste. Each box is packed with insulated bags and delivered in refrigerated vans to keep everything fresh on its way to your door. Recipe boxes can be scaled up with portions for one person or for two, four or six people, with a choice of either three or four dishes.

There are options to purchase one-off boxes or subscribe for weekly deliveries. Order by 11.59pm on Tuesday for delivery the following week. Get free delivery on your first order with the code “travelnow”.

Available for delivery across Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra.

Order here.

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