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NIBBLE FOOD DELIVERY INSTRUCTIONS

Sometimes some of the food we deliver needs heating or prepping at home. Here’s now…

nibble’s christmas food delivery instructions

Christmas Morning Brunch Hamper

We recommend eating these as a big breakfast buffet! But you can of course cook different items on different days and drag out the fun!

The meat, fish and dairy items will be sent chilled with ice packs to ensure freshness in one of our insulating pouches. This will need popping in the fridge on arrival to you to keep everything food safe.

These items will last for four days from delivery, so make sure you eat everything when it’s at it’s best. You’ll have until Boxing Day!

To heat your sausages, cook them in the oven or fry until fully cooked and piping hot.

To heat your beans, decant from their pouch into a microwaveable container and heat for two minutes. Check that they’re piping hot and heat for another 30 seconds at a time if they need it.

You can eat your pancakes cold, but they’re also good heated in the microwave for 30 seconds too.

Your berry compote and amaretto mascarpone are to have cold, as is the pea and watercress guacamole!

Family Sized Christmas Puddings

Stand puddings on a plate in a deep saucepan.
Pour boiling water into the pan until it reaches half way up the pudding.
Cover the pan, and steam on a low to medium heat for around two hours, checking the water level regularly, topping up if necessary so that it stays half way up the pudding basin at all times.
Once done, remove all the packaging and turn the pudding upside down onto a plate larger than the pudding, and give the basin a little tap to help unmould it. Remove the basin. Be careful as it will be hot!

To flame the pudding, you need to get a ladle of brandy, whisky or rum, really hot.
Either hold over a gas flame, or heat in a small saucepan and transfer into the ladle.
Light the spirit by tilting the ladle slightly over the gas flame so that the fumes ignite, or use a match and immediately pour it over the pudding and watch the flames! But please be careful!!

Individual Sized Christmas Puddings

Stand puddings on a plate in a deep saucepan.
Pour boiling water into the pan until it reaches half way up the pudding.
Cover the pan, and steam on a low to medium heat for 20-30 minutes, checking the water level regularly, topping up if necessary.
Once done, turn the pudding upside down onto a plate larger than the pudding, and give the basin a little tap to help unmould it. Remove the basin. Be careful as it will be hot!

Alternatively, remove all the packaging, and the foil basin, turn the pudding upside on a plate and microwave for 45 seconds until piping hot, if it needs a little longer, cook for 15 seconds at a time until it’s hot.

To flame the pudding, you need to get a ladle of brandy, whisky or rum, really hot. Either hold over a gas flame, or heat in a small saucepan and transfer into the ladle. Light the spirit by tilting the ladle slightly over the gas flame so that the fumes ignite, or use a match and immediately pour it over the pudding and watch the flames! But please be careful!!

Chocolate Bread and Butter Pudding

You’ll have received your chocolate custard in a vacuum packed pouch. Cut this open and spoon or squeeze your custard on to your bread and butter pudding in a bowl. Pop this in the microwave for 45 seconds, check it’s piping hot, and pop it back in for another 15 seconds at a time until it is. Then, dig in and enjoy the chocolatey goodness!

Keep the custard in the fridge until you’re ready to eat it.

Can’t remember what’s coming in your box? Head back to our online cake shop here.

Transfer to the fridge on delivery

Please transfer your delivery straight to the fridge on arrival.

It will ensure your cakes last longer, and will keep any chilled food food safe until you’re ready to eat it.

Use by dates

All of our brownies will last a minimum of 5 days from delivery.
Keeping them in the fridge will prevent the edges from drying out and keep them gooey for longer.

All of our other cakes will last around 3 days from delivery.
Keeping them in the fridge will prevent the edges from drying out and keep them soft for longer.

All vacpacked vegetarian chilled produce will last 5 days from delivery.
This must be kept in the fridge to keep the temperature food safe.

All vacpacked meaty chilled produce will last 3 days from delivery.
This must be kept in the fridge to keep the temperature food safe.

Chilled deliveries

Some of the products we send need to be kept chilled.

We package these in insulated pouches, with ice packs, and vac pack your products to ensure food safety. While it might not be quite as attractive as our usual veg ware packaging, it is the most effective way of sending chilled items to ensure their quality and safety.

Sustainability

You can refreeze and reuse all icepacks we send. They’re great for picnics, or chilling injuries so please reuse them.
Our wool cool insulation pouches are also chosen with sustainability in mind. For more information, or ideas to reuse and recycle your pouches, see https://www.woolcool.com
We only use recyclable or compostable packaging and we upgrade all of our deliveries to make them carbon neutral too.

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