This summer sees the launch of Berenjak’s new kabab kit, delivering a restaurant-prepared, cook-at-home Persian kabab feast for two straight to your door. This limited-edition kit is available just in time to celebrate National Kabab Day on Friday 10th July. Berenjak are issuing the kits for this special day and if successful will look to increase volumes and expand availability as a weekly fixture.
Awarded a Michelin Bib-Gourmand in 2019, Berenjak Soho is renowned for its Persian food, specialising in charcoal grilled kababs and mazeh-style dips to be mopped up with taftoon bread, freshly baked in the ta-noor.
Priced at £25, the kit will include two of the restaurant’s most-loved kababs, clay baked lavash bread, a sour yoghurt dip made from Persian shallots, and a variety of condiments to complete your meal.
Berenjak’s Kabab Kit includes:
2 x Lamb Koobideh Kabab
2 x Chicken Jujeh Kabab
4 x Bespoke metal skewers
Tomatoes (for grilling)
Mast-o-musir (sour yoghurt dip with Persian shallots) Lavash flatbread
Onions to prepare a salad with somagh (sumac), parsley and lemon.
The kit will allow for a seamless home-cooking experience, perfect for cooks of all abilities. All produce is prepared and marinated at Berenjak’s Soho restaurant, with detailed cooking instructions in print and in video format. Customers will also be able to choose whether they prefer to fire up the barbecue or stay indoors and cook their kababs in a domestic oven or grill.
Kian Samyani, Founder and Chef of Berenjak comments, “While Persian food has a wide- ranging and rich culinary history, very few things represent it as well as meltingly-soft Koobideh and juicy Jujeh kababs. Berenjak’s Kabab Kit is designed to bring the flavours of the restaurant into your home, just in time to celebrate National Kabab Day.”
Berenjak’s Kabab Kits are available to pre-order via their website from Wednesday 1st July at 12pm until Tuesday 7th July 2020 at 5pm with nationwide deliveries arriving at front-doors on Friday 10th July 2020 for your celebrations of the humble ‘Kabab’, whether it be a Friday night treat or a relaxed weekend lunch.