Get Creative for Dinner with Terra’s Kitchen
I’m not the best chef in the world. While I love trying out new dishes and sharing about them on my blog, I don’t think I am that great with cooking. Dinner for my family tends to be a constant cycle of the same meals over and over again. Last year I made a commitment to cut out certain foods, reduce fried foods, and focus on healthier options for our family. I’ve been depending on Pinterest and other recipe websites to find different meal options already, we event tried a meal service once before. Terra’s Kitchen reached out to me about trying a few of their meals, so I jumped at the opportunity to give it a try. Now I’m sharing how to get creative for dinner with Terra’s Kitchen.
Terra’s Kitchen is a Baltimore-based meal-kit delivery service that promises skillet-ready meals that can be made in 30 minutes or less that are pre-portioned and prepped with seasonal ingredients. The meals are delivered in their eco-friendly Vessel, which has climate-control to optimal ensure freshness.
The Terra’s Kitchen service is super easy to use, just visit the website and click on the menu options. Pick the meals you wan to try, they do all the prep work, deliver it in their eco-friendly vessel, you unpack and return the vessel, and then cook a delicious meal for you and your family to enjoy.
Terra’s Kitchen offers over thirty meal choices created and tested by Libbie Summers, Head of Culinary Direction at Terra‘s Kitchen and esteemed cookbook author. Summers expertly combines high-quality ingredients for healthy meals, with options for omnivore, gluten-free, paleo and vegetarian preferences.
Everything I need for my meals arrived portioned out and ready for cooking. All I had to do was grab the recipe cards and get started with my 30 minute meal.
Each recipe card includes step by step directions for creating your meal. I recommend reading it before getting started and then follow along the steps so you’re not missing anything. There were even wine and beer pairings included on the card for my convenience.
One of my two meals was the Honey Mango Glazed Salmon and Blueberry Citrus Rice. I really loved this dish, the fish was fresh, and it tasted delicious. I do think I put too much of the mango salsa on my fish prior to baking but it was still great. My kit has enough to make four servings. This meal costs $15.99 per meal.
The family favorite was the Grilled Chicken Tacos with Avocado Goat Cheese Sauce. It was so delicious. My kids raved about it for weeks after trying it for the first time. I received enough items for four servings but it easily fed our family of six (two adults and four children). This meal costs $12.99 per meal.
Getting started with Terra’s Kitchen was easy, the lowest package offered is 3 meals for 2 people, priced at $79.99 per week. When you sign up you can choose your meals, swap out when you want to try different options or skip a week. They give you total control of your meal options. If you’re interested in learning more be sure to visit Terra’s Kitchen online and on follow them on Facebook and Twitter for updates and more.