Wagamama has launched a range of new meal kits featuring some of its fan-favourite restaurant dishes, and they’ve been spotted on the shelves at Morrisons.
As part of the Japanese-inspired restaurant chain’s Cook From Home collection, the new Meal Kits contain the core ingredients that you’ll need for each dish – including Katsu Curry, Chicken Ramen and Pad Thai.
However, you’ll still need to buy the meat and fresh vegetables to go alongside each meal. So, for example with the Katsu Curry, you get soy sauce and spices, panko breadcrumbs and salad dressing – but no chicken or yasai.
If it’s the Chicken Ramen you’re after, you’ll get noodles, chicken stock, sesame seeds and wakame seaweed, but again, not the chicken itself.
The new Cook From Home supermarket selection was inspired by the positive fan response to Wagamama’s cooking series Wok From Home, which it launched last May while its restaurants were closed for dine-in during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Profits from the sales of its supermarket products will be donated to Wagamama’s charity partner, YoungMinds.
Speaking on the launch of the new meal kits, Thomas Heier – Wagamama CEO – said: “After seeing so many of our guests benefit from cooking along with Steve during the lockdown, we were inspired [and] we wanted to make it easier for our guests to enjoy the mental and physical benefits of cooking, long after lockdown.”
The Meal Kits first landed in Waitrose earlier this month, and will apparently be arriving at Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Ocado in just a few weeks.
Shoppers over at the popular food spotting Instagram account @NewFoodsUK have apparently spotted the kits stocked on the shelves at their local Morrisons branch for only £2.
A post sharing the new kits has racked up thousands of likes in less than three hours.
That’s tea sorted, then.
If you are planning on heading down to your local Morrison’s branch to grab yourself a couple of these new Wagamama treats, then you can check the opening times via the Store Finder here.
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