Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Win an ilumi Hamper



Its time for a giveaway and I can guarantee a tasty one.I have reviewed for ilumi a couple of times now, http://giventodistractingothers.blogspot.co.uk/2013/07/ilumi-gluten-free-foods-review.html however happily I can rave about them for no reason other than my love of the brand and give you a chance to discover a range that is 'free from' lots of food intolerance products but really not free from taste!

If you have a dairy,nut or gluten intolerance they are the company to take a look at. I have a nut intolerance at times, its mild and some nuts I am  fine with, I have to check ingredients still.  My friend has a gluten allergy, she says she is fed up with scouring packs to find food that she can eat, ready meals and soups are off the menu as she cannot risk an upset.

The brilliant benefit of ilumi is they take away the worry of finding a quick meal that can be prepared easily, its great for people who are out at work all day.
They cook all our meals from scratch - and package them too.  No complicated chain of  supply, they make it and they deliver to your door so you can have peace of mind if you do have an allergy.


Now allergies aside, the food is seriously good, as well as my original review for the meal and soup range ,I recently tried out their new cooking sauces a Kerala and a Red Thai.We loved the fresh tasting sauce,The Thai  has all the ingredients I would use myself, not an E number or additive in sight.

On top of all this the price is a real incentive,from £1 for rice to a meal being £3.75, this company are ensuring  a health range that is healthy for your purse,they often have great discounts and free delivery to your door if in the UK

Now ilumi have asked me to ask my readers for some input,they are developing the range further and have asked us for some ideas, maybe you have a meal you fancy seeing in the range, a new sauce, maybe something different. Ilumi will be reading all the suggestions so pop it down here. Take a look at the existing range and tell us what you would like to see.

http://www.ilumiworld.com
One lucky commenter will also win a Mini hamper worth £17 plus free delivery. The hamper consists of:-  Pork, Mushroom and Madeira Kerala Chicken Curry Beef Meatballs in Tomato Sauce Vegetable and Chickpea Jalfrezi Cardamon Chicken Along with an exclusive ilumi bag!!

Use the Rafflecopter to enter capture and keep your details private and do not forget to post your idea!



167 comments:

  1. I would love to see more meals that have no onion in them. Onion is one of the major food groups that people have a intolerance to. Thank You xxx

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  2. Chicken Kashmiri Korma. This looks brilliant, love that they are so allergy aware.

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  3. English meals like stew and dumplings.

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  4. I would love to see Brocolli soup. You cant buy it anywhere anymore, Its always Brocolli and Stilton. I would love someone to make a just Brocolli soup.

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  5. I nice really creamy coconuty chicken curry!

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  6. some sort of vegan/vegetarian chilli dish (i.e. mexican three bean chilli); a different vegan/vegetarian curry (i.e. cauliflower and chickpea, or mushroom/aubergine/sweet peppers); a vegan/vegetarian version of a cottage pie using lentils/beans/tomatoes and sweet potato mash; vegan ratatouille.

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  7. some jerk sauce or something else with a carribean flavour. all looks really tasty though!

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  8. Looks yummy! Something with chirzo would be good

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  9. This is the first time I have seen this website and the food looks amazing. I wonder if they intend branching out to include bread and other products like this i.e. rolls, pizza, etc. I don not eat shop bought bread - I have a bad reaction to it so avoid it at all costs.

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  10. either chicken tikka masala or chorizo and pepper pasta

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  11. I'd like to see a keema using minced lamb and peas. It's one of my favourite dishes.

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  12. Thai Green Curry sauce/paste, please-so I can use it with veggies/tofu etc and my daughter with chicken/veggies etc, please, please, pretty please.

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  13. carrot and coriander soup would be good x

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  14. chicken and chorizo would be lovely

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  15. I'd love a yummy risotto - mushroom would be good

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  16. A chinese chicken curry perhaps?

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  17. coconut flavours!! x

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  18. The beef meatballs looks delicious!!!! Illumi's range is brilliant!!

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  19. I love curry so a Thai Coconut curry sounds good, with green beans

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  20. Good old British Veg to go with the delicious meat dishes....a pouch of broccoli, carrots, sliced cabbage/s, cauli, parsnip, peas...etc to help kids ..and adults...get their daily veg intake. This is lacking for many these days.

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  21. A choice of Thai meals would be lovely

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  22. I'd like to see a tuna or salmon casserole

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  23. would love a KATSU chicken. (Rebecca Beesley) x

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  24. A chicken and Leek sauce suitable for pasta or stew!

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  25. something pasta based like chicken and chorizo pasta :)

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  26. something chicken/ vegetable based but not using alot of rice or potato, probably squash of somekind, also high in taste/seasoning, love spice

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  27. A strew dish, perhaps including beef and dumplings with herbs.

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  28. A veggie quinoa organic dish would be awesome!
    Emma x (@beachpebble)

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  29. Id add in improvement to the current Chicken Casserole and add Bacon. Chicken and Bacon casserole

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  30. Vegetarian Green Curry and more veggie dishes. Fab review I had never heard of ilumi before, their range looks decent and so cheap. Thanks for your honest review, I'm so surprised at how cheap their food is too. I need Gluten free in my life

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  31. I'd never heard of this brand before myself.
    As I suffer with IBS I have to be very picky in what I can and cannot eat, dairy products wheat, and even certain earth foods can set it off, Ie, tomatoes, potatoes & most meats tend to trigger it off too. I'm not a veggie or a vegan, but the idea of these gluten free meals could make a big difference to anyone like me with the same condition.
    My favorite is a mushroom korma, which is not to bad on the belly.
    @cheesy_grinner on twitter.

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  32. Love Chicken Tikka :)

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  33. Katmandu Murgh - We have tried Ilumi and they are amazing, would love to win this prize

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  34. Beef Stroganoff. Their food looks yummy! Got my fingers crossed :)

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  35. a butternut squash Thai curry would be fabulous

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  36. sponge pudding, like treacle, jam or golden syrup

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  37. creamy chicken and tarragon soup - creamy products, GF ready made bits always seem to compensate with spicy ingredients like chilli or pepper. I'd like to see creamy items! x

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  38. I would like to see a spaghetti carbonara :)

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  39. I'd really like to learn how to make homemade mint custard.

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  40. Beef stew and dumplings - it must be a real struggle to people who need gluten free food yet want a hearty warming old fashioned stew and dumplings!

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  41. I'd like a chicken and mushroom casserole - that didn't have cornflour in it (I have to avoid corn as well).

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  42. A few English dishes like sausage and mash with a red wine sauce

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  43. A lovely cobbler prehaps with chestnuts and some sort of dumpling

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  44. A Thai Massaman curry - my favourite!

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  45. chicken tikka masala


    kay panayi

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  46. I would love some Italian Veggie Lasagne with a crunchy cheese topping!

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  47. Anything without a tomato base as my other half has an intolerance to tomatoes and gluten

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  48. i would like to see more traditional english meals like stew and dumplings and casseroles

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  49. More veggie options perhaps mushroom risotto or spring vegetable or butternut squash risotto

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  50. The Thai coconut curry sounds delicious

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  51. Caribbean chicken would be delicious

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  52. Beef stew and dumplings would be nice, especially now the cold weather is here!

    @tjsi1963

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  53. I think they have a great selection already (Larley Haylar)

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  54. more meals with butternut squash.

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  55. sounds great, would love to win this.

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  56. Sweet pepper, chicken and mushroom risotto would be nice :)

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  57. Has nobody suggested any puddings :O ? LOL!
    Savoury / spicy dumplings?

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  58. More versions of a veggie curry.

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  59. No onion in curries! My husband has a serious onion allergy and finding curries or foods without them is so difficult!

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  60. I like soup. So maybe a spicy chicken and coconut soup.

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  61. Either lamb tikka or lasagna

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  62. Thai chicken with ginger and chilli with Thai sticky rice

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  63. A much wider range of Vegetarian meals, the choice is fairly limited in my opinion! There are some gorgeous veggie meals out there, and there are many of us vegetarians in the world, things like vegetable curry, 5 bean chilli, mushroom stroganoff....

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  64. im wheat intolerant so a decent sausage roll would be nice

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  65. I rarely find meals that are gluten-free, dairy-free, and free from rapeseed oil or vegetable oil and also yeast. And I miss melted cheese and sausage rolls and flaky pastry.... nightmare. Not sure why so many brands use rapeseed oil as it is one of the most allergic oils/flowers/pollens ~(think hayfever). Olive oil and sunflower oil are probably more expensive but I would buy if the product was safe. I notice quite a lot of them have rapeseed in, such a shame as i thought i'd hit on the perfect solution. I managed to find a few, although they are mostly what I can cook. I miss a nice curry and also sauces for dry meat. Gravy often has yeast in. Unfortunately and surprisingly yours have rapeseed oil in. But they do look absolutely delicious.

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  66. My favourite curry is Lamb passanda, but can only get it in restaurants. So that would be fab

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