The joy of cooking from scratch can often be challenging and time-consuming but nothing beats a homemade meal you can proudly call your own. Meal Maison feels the same way so they came up with an alternative solution that enables you to create your own variety of quick, easy and healthy meals.
The brand of chef-inspired meal foundations – based right here in Queens! – are 100% vegan, gluten free, and consist primarily of fresh par-cooked vegetables, non corn-based oils, organic wine and other real ingredients. They are packaged in resealable pouches for your convenience and immediately frozen (ie. blast-chilled) to preserve their freshness and taste.
Meal Maison meal foundations are available in 4 distinct flavors:
Asian Veggie Stir Fry: Roasted eggplant, bok choy and onions in sesame oil with garlic, shiitake mushrooms, fresh ginger, red pepper flakes, tamari and sake.
Tofu Peanutty: Organic tofu roasted in olive oil, onions and snowpeas tossed in a lemongrass, kaffir lime and peanut-coconut sauce.
Chickpea Potato Curry: Chickpeas roasted in olive oil, onions and red & green peppers, tossed in a sauvignon blanc and curry-paprika potato slurry.
Mixed Greenery: Roasted kale, swiss chard and baby spinach in olive oil, red & yellow onions, garlic, lemon peel and organic sauvignon blanc.
- Every meal foundation provides a reliable combination of flavor, balance and consistency that can be used as the building blocks for any great meal. These foundations let you personalize and great create with your cooking . Each one has about 3 servings, although I did eat almost the entire Chickpea and Potato Curry (over rice) by myself. I like to pair Meal Maisons with rice, pasta or gnocchi.
- I was really impressed with the flavor of each meal, and the freshness! You would never know it was frozen or not homemade. Jeremy had no idea when I made the stir fry, with added tofu, that the base was not actually homemade.
- CREATE GOURMET MEALS IN 3 EASY STEPS
- Add Water: Loosen frozen pouch at room temperature and then place ingredients in a medium pan with 1/4 – 1/3 cup of water.