Winter is coming up and at home entertaining somehow seems a bit more appealing than venturing out into the cold. Sri Lankan cuisine is one of the most delicious and exciting cuisines around and Flying Fish chef Peter Kuruvita is at the forefront with his Pyrmont based seafood restaurant. But for those of you that can’t make it to the restaurant he has now released a new range of cook at home sauces, marinades, pickles, flours and salts with the distributor Chook Pen Inn. And for one lucky Not Quite Nigella reader, you will win his entire set of goodies plus a signed copy of his new cookbook Serendip: My Sri Lankan kitchen, a gorgeous book inspired by his homeland. Are you thinking what I’m thinking? Sri Lankan Dinner Party!
In this pack one lucky winner will receive:
Flying Fish Bringal Pickle
Flying Fish Black Pepper Curry Leaf Sauce
Flying Fish Black Pepper Caramel
Flying Fish Chillie Salt
Flying Fish Ginger Chilli Shallot sauce
Flying Fish Salad Dressing
Flying Fish Salt & Pepper Rice Flour
A signed copy of Serendip: My Sri Lankan Kitchen by Peter Kuruvita
All worth $185 retail!
Yellow fin tuna with sweet pork crackling and ruby grape fruit and Black Pepper Caramel
My favourite products are the Bringal Pickle and the Black Pepper Caramel which I used drizzled over some roasted vegetables and chicken. I also had a tuna dish with this at this year’s Taste of Sydney which was quite simply heavenly. Bring on the Sri Lankan Dinner party!
To win this pack, all you need to do is tell me which product in the lineup do you fancy using the most and why. Simply add your answer as a comment to the story. The competition ends at Midnight AEST 30th May, 2010. You can enter this once daily. And good news everyone, this is open to anyone in the world!
***The winner is: Jacqui H. of South Australia!***
Best of luck!
P.S. If you can’t wait Chook Pen Inn are having a special with free delivery until May 31st, 2010
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