In a hugely anticipated move, Khuraaki, a new London-based recipe box service, is providing 100% halal recipe boxes throughout the UK. The service is a boon for the UK’s large Muslim population who can now order a recipe box with complete confidence that every ingredient abides by religious requirements. With the ability to skip weeks and cancel anytime, customers can order exactly the size box they need from over 20 recipes. Khuraaki is the ideal choice for busy Muslim families who wish to eat halal but don’t have time.
“Our goal is to provide fresh, wholesome, and halal pre-portioned ingredients allowing our customers to cook delicious, fresh, healthy halal meals at home”, said Mohammad Akbar, CEO of Khuraaki. “Each recipe is designed to be easy to prepare in 30 to 45 minutes and create no food waste. It’s part of our commitment to promote healthy eating, faith, and the joys of eating a good meal together.”
The company offers 20 recipes from different global cuisines to choose from. Each week, 4 new recipes are added. Customers can log onto the website, choose how many people they wish to serve and the recipes they want to be delivered. Everything arrives fresh and pre-portioned with a recipe card to guide them through preparation.
There’s no food waste. Every vendor is confirmed to meet halal standards. Every ingredient is chosen for freshness and quality.
Customers can choose two to five meals per week, with free delivery on every box. Delivery happens Tuesday through Friday each week. Customers can skip weeks or cancel subscriptions any time.
“Amazing concept! What an amazing halal recipe box. Have been ordering with Khuraaki for over 2 months, and it’s been amazing.” – Umair Iqbal
Khuraaki is the UK’s first halal recipe box company, started by husband and wife duo Mohammad Akbar and Jowairiyya Khan. All recipes provided require minimal effort and easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions that guide customers in creating delicious, fresh, and healthy halal meals ready within 30-45 minutes. The focus is on family, faith, and food.