Release Your Inner Chef This Christmas With CooKit's Azul Dinner

By That's Shanghai, December 14, 2020

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CooKit, Shanghai’s newest meal kit company, brings together a variety of recipes from Shanghai's most famous chefs, allowing everyday cooks to prepare gourmet meals in the comfort of their own home. By partnering with these award-winning restaurants, CooKit is able to provide you with high end ingredients that everyday consumers don't usually have access to, especially in China. With CooKit meals, prep time is significantly reduced, product waste is eliminated and, most importantly, the recipes are easy to cook, no matter if you’re a experienced chef or a kitchen noob.

Ordering a CooKit meal kit is beyond simple. Just add the CooKit Offical WeChat (see QR code below), and join the CooKit group community to place orders and access all of the incredible weekly deals and recipes from Shanghai's top chefs and restaurants. After placing your order, you will receive a par-cooked meal kit, prepared in the chef's kitchen, with the exact measurement of ingredients for your meals vauum sealed and ready to be prepped. Next, folllow the step-by-step instructional video made by the chef who created your meal and learn the secrets to the perfect cooking and plating techniques for that particular dish, taking the guesswork out of putting a meal together. Treat yourself to a special night in or make it two and impress that special someone. 

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CooKit doesn’t just deliver food, but instead it brings a gourmet experience home, maintaining the soul of a dish, as it was intended by the chef. CooKit has already partnered with Shanghai F&B favorites, like Tomatito, Maiya, Bird, Commune Social, Anarkia, Together and many more. 

This holiday season, you can invite your loved ones to your home and cook a fine dining meal – sans the stress – with CooKit’s Limited Edition Christmas Special Kit partnering with Azul.WechatIMG64.png

As the flagship brand by Peruvian restauranteur Eduardo Vargas and Chef Will Colmenares, Azul has received a full makeover, from top to bottom in its new home on Kangding Lu. 

Whimsical is the key way to describe the menu – it’s all about the experience of tricking your senses, playing with ingredients in such a way that your eyes see one thing but your mouth tastes another. 

The Christmas Kit

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A Causa Brava Starter

Aji Amarillo potatoes with lime aioli and smoked bravas sauce 

The ingredients for the starter include already cooked causa potato mash, bravas sauce, lime aiole, black garlic sauce, smoke chili sauce, paprika and a garnish.

Karubi Steak Main

Karubi steak, charcoal yuca, truffle ashes, guascaca mojo sauce and coffee salt

The ingredients for the main include pre-smoked and sous vide Karubi steak, charcoal yuca, thyme, garlic, butter, truffle ashes, guascaca mojo sauce and coffee salt.

Peruvian Flan Dessert

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If this Azul Christmas Dinner sounds as delicious to you as it does to us, make sure to place your order for delivery (within Shanghai only) on Thursday, December 24 or Sunday December 27. 

Interested in joining the CooKit community to order future gourmet meals brought right to your door? Scan the QR code below to become a member of the group chat. 

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To keep up with all things CooKit and future collaborations with other famous chefs and restaurants around the city, follow CooKit’s Official WeChat by scanning the QR code below. 

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