Here’s how you can cook Dishoom classics at home

Dishoom Birmingham Restaurant

Dishoom is launching a Home Feast meal kit containing a generous selection of the restaurant group’s most-loved dishes for at-home enjoyment.

Dishoom’s team of chefs have chopped, stirred and marinated to provide a high-quality feasting experience that requires just a little effort and minimal skill to perfect at home.

The kit comes complete with all the ingredients and know-how to prepare a bountiful spread of grills, curries, breads, sides, and pudding in little more than half an hour.

A carefully balanced selection of veg and non-veg dishes make it an excellent choice for meat-eaters or mixed households, providing a plentiful meal for two to four diners.


Kits are priced at £60 (excluding delivery) and are available for nominated day delivery to most addresses nationwide.

For every kit sold, Dishoom will donate a meal to their long-term charity partner, Akshaya Patra, which provides nutritious free meals to school children in India.

Patrons can place their orders now via the Dishoom Store for delivery from August 12 onwards: 

The kit contains everything needed to create a selection of Dishoom’s best-loved dishes in the comfort of your own kitchen.

Many of the dishes will be familiar to fans of Dishoom’s Birmingham restaurant.

Kababs come pre-marinated, ready to skewer and grill – Lamb Sheekh Kabab, minced lamb marinated in green chilli, coriander and cumin, and Murgh Malai, chicken thigh meat steeped in garlic, ginger, coriander and a little cream.

Accompanying curries need simply to be warmed through.


There’s Mattar Paneer, a vegetarian curry with rich tomato base, sweet peas and paneer, along with Dishoom’s signature House Black Daal.

Ingredients for light and crunchy Bhel just need tossing together, whilst cucumber, tomatoes and onion are ready to be chopped, tossed and dressed to create Kachumber.

Three Tawa Roti dough balls come ready to be rolled and cooked in moments.

To finish, the Gulkand Mess, Dishoom’s take on a classic Eton Mess featuring strawberries, meringue, cream, gulkand and rose syrup, makes the speediest of sweet treats.

All dishes are halal and come accompanied by bottled Mango Lassi containing yoghurt and fresh mango pulp.

Customers can also choose to add a 750ml bottle of Int3gral3 Frizzante Bianco for an additional £20: a lively and refreshing white wine by an organic producer, with gentle fizz, notes of white flowers and a dry grapefruit bite.

Easy- to-follow instructions are included, along with links to handy video tutorials from Dishoom’s Executive Chef, Naved Nasir.

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