Spice Up Your Tiffin Experience: Cooking Tips, Hacks, and Fun Food Facts!

Greetings, Tiffin Lovers!

Summer has reached its peak, and we hope our delicious tiffins have been a delightful addition to your daily routine. So, when you're looking to add an extra sprinkle of excitement to your tiffin journey, especially on those days when you crave a break from routine or decide to try your hand at cooking over the weekend, here are some tips, hacks, and food facts to elevate your experience. We're committed to making each meal an enjoyable and convenient adventure for you. Let's embrace the joy of cooking and discover new ways to make your weekend meals truly special so that your weekends don't go boring without our tiffin meals!

1. Cooking Tips:

a) Quick Meal Prep:

Planning is the key to a stress-free tiffin experience. Spend a little time on weekends to prepare some versatile ingredients like pre-cooked grains, marinated proteins, and chopped veggies

b) Spice It Right:

Experiment with different spices to add depth and flavor to your tiffin meals. Explore the diverse world of Canadian cuisine by incorporating local spices and herbs like maple syrup, thyme, or wild blueberries.

c) Perfect Rice Every Time:
For fluffy and non-sticky rice, rinse it thoroughly before cooking. Use a 1:2 ratio of rice to water, and let it simmer on low heat with the lid on for the best results.
Answer: Because he wanted to figure out and add some spice to his life.


2. Hacks for Easy Meal Prepping:

a) Freeze Fresh Herbs: Preserve the freshness of herbs like cilantro, mint, or parsley by freezing them in ice cube trays filled with water or olive oil. Add a cube to your dishes whenever you need an instant burst of flavor.


b) Salad in a Jar: Simplify your salad routine by layering your ingredients in a mason jar. Start with the dressing at the bottom, followed by sturdy veggies, proteins, and greens on top. When you're ready to eat, just shake and enjoy!
Answer: Does it come with window dressing?


3. Fun Food Facts:

  • Did you know Butter Chicken was invented in Canada?


  • Nanaimo Bars- a treat of Canadian origin.

We hope these tips, hacks, and food facts add an extra sprinkle of excitement to your tiffin journey. We aim to make each meal an enjoyable and convenient experience for you. Don't forget to share your feedback with us! We love hearing from you.

Stay tuned for more updates, mouthwatering recipes, and exciting offers in the next edition of our newsletter. We appreciate your continued support, and we're thrilled to be a part of your culinary journey.
Happy Tiffin-ing!