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Makes 2-3 Servings

Authentic corn tortillas, like they should be made. Corn, known as “maize” in Spanish, is a fundamental food in the Mexican culture, dating back to pre-hispanic Mexico. Our tortillas use masa harina, which is made from dried masa, a dough from specially treated corn. Masa harina is how tacos were traditionally made in Mexico. Our tortillas have no fillers, no gluten, just pure masa harina goodness.

Our tacos also use lentils as their base, mixed with what good tacos should have, such as cumin, lime and oregano, and nothing that shouldn’t be there. Put that taco filling into homemade taco shells and prepare for a delicious Mexican fiesta.

To make rolling tortillas easier, we recommend the Authentic Mogo Rolling Pin Add-On!


Makes 2-3 Servings

Bibimgooksoo is a spicy, cold noodle dish made with very thin wheat flour noodles called somyeon. Korean red pepper paste (gochujang), vinegar, and a bit of sugar combine to make a sweet and sour delight with a fiery punch. Bibimgooksoo is particularly popular in the summer time because its both light, and the spicy and sour flavors rejuvenate your palate during the dog days of summer. Records of this popular Korean dish date back to the Joseon dynasty when wheat flour was actually quite rare, so even royal families had it with buckwheat flour noodles and soy sauce based instead of red pepper paste. Bibimgooksoo as it is known today comes from after the Korean War.

Instead of marinated beef that is usually used in the dish, our version simplifies the dish to its core elements – noodles and a delicious sauce – making it infinitely customizable to your tastes.


Makes 2-3 Servings

Cincinnati spaghetti (also called Cincinnati chili) is an American recipe created in the humble state of Ohio, but it has very international roots. The dish was created by Greek immigrants using traditional flavours from their cuisine, such as clove and cinnamon. Our recipe uses quinoa, which is one of the planet's superfoods.

Quinoa is gluten-free, high in protein, low calorie, and is one of the few plant foods that contain all nine essential amino acids that are crucial for human nutrition. It is also high in fiber and contains various beneficial antioxidants.

Tasting nothing like either traditional Italian spaghetti or American chili, Cincinnati spaghetti is a unique and delicious treat.


Makes 2-3 Servings

The word “pumpkin” comes from the Greek word “pepon”, meaning “large melon”, and while technically a fruit, they are generally used as vegetables. They can be baked, roasted, steamed or boiled and their seeds, meat and flowers can all be eaten. They are low in calories, fat and sodium, while being high in fiber, vitamins A and B, potassium, protein and iron.

Our cranberry pumpkin risotto is a creamy meal that actually uses Korean rice, which is remarkably similar to the multitude of short-grained Italian rices typically used for the dish. Topped off with walnuts, this meal is sure to please!


Makes 2-3 Servings

Chewy, yet with a deep fried crunch, Guobaorou is a dish with an interesting past. It was originally created in the Harbin region of China in the early 20th century by the private chef to the highest ranks in government. While they enjoyed it, the Russians diplomats that often visited did not, so the chef re-tuned it to become the sweet and sour dish that it is now famous as.

Instead of the pork loin that is usually used with the dish, our version uses Soy and Brown Rice protein “meat” to make it completely vegan-friendly.


Makes 2-3 Servings

Bulgolgi is a delicious Korean dish that typically uses meat in a sweet and savory sauce. However, our Mogo version uses lentils in our very own bulgolgi sauce served on top of rice.

Lentils are a healthy nutritional powerhouse. They are high in fiber, vitamins and minerals while being low in calories and fat. Combined with rice, this meal boasts a complete protein profile, which are all nine essential amino acids that are required by the human body to thrive and be happy.


Makes 2-3 Servings

Whether you’re grabbing a quick snack, or mowing down for lunch, street food around the world has always offered an opportunity to satisfy your guilty pleasures. Korean street food is no exception and is famous for a variety of indulgent street foods. Our Korean Popcorn "Chicken" is an homage to the country’s incredible street food culture. Instead of chicken, our version uses a soy and brown Rice protein “meat” to make it completely vegan friendly.

Deep-fried and covered in a sweet and spicy sauce, it’s the perfect dish for both a snack with friends or a quick and easy dinner. The sauce is based on the popular yangnyeom (양념) sauce, a sweet, sour, and slightly spicy sauce made from red pepper paste, ketchup, and other seasoning. Like your street food extra saucy? No problem – order yourself an extra sauce pack and indulge away!


Makes 2-3 Servings

Imagine soft and fluffy pancakes with the tang of lemon and the nutty flavour of poppy seeds. Our pancakes are made with silky almond milk and comes with our real maple syrup kit which contains no fake maple flavourings or high fructose corn syrup. All of these things make our pancakes a delicious meal for any time.

Our recipe uses amaranth, which is a superfood that was a staple in the diets of the ancient Aztec people. It boast a complete protein profile, which are the nine amino acids that are required for a healthy functional human body. It also contains impressive amounts of fiber and is extremely high in many vitamins and minerals.

To make it even more powerful, we use buckwheat flour instead of wheat flour. Buckwheat is another superfood that has a complete protein profile and loads of health benefits. It’s delicious and it’s also great for those who are gluten intolerant!

Each Lemon Poppy Pancake meal includes Mogo's 100% Maple Syrup kit!


Makes 2-3 Servings

Our maple syrup kit makes delicious home-made maple syrup whenever and whenever you want it. It uses 100% authentic maple syrup powder, so you’ll find no artificial maple flavour or high fructose corn syrup here. It also boasts 100% vanilla, with absolutely no fake vanilla flavours that are typical made from wood pulp, animal products or petrochemicals. Topped off with a touch of cinnamon, this maple syrup is an all-natural treat with many uses.


Makes 2-3 Servings

While Mongolian Beef is not actually from Mongolia, we’re going to overlook that because we are happy it could give us inspiration for our version of Mongolian “Beef”. Instead of beef however, our version uses Soy and Brown Rice protein “meat” to make it completely vegan-friendly.

Legend has it that the first Mongolian grills were the shields of their fierce warriors placed over fires. Our recipe is dark and savory, and features genuine red birdseye chilis which pack a kick, so be sure to summon your inner Mongolian warrior if you want to take them on. Even if you don’t eat them, they’re still great to cook with for an even more delicious dish!


Makes 2-3 Servings

Mushrooms are one of the oldest living organisms on the planet and actually are so unique that they are in their own category of organisms. They are very low in calories while high in vitamin D and potassium, and have been used for sustenance since ancient times. The ancient Egyptians even believed they were the food of immortality!

Our mushroom stroganoff is a creamy dish with hearty mushrooms and when paired with pasta creates a complete protein meal!

Please note that this meal is not vegan-friendly, as it uses buttermilk powder. Since all ingredients are all individually packed, to make it vegan-friendly all you have to do is substitute soy or almond milk with lemon juice!


Our official Mogo rolling pins use food grade non-stick silicone on the rolling surface to make rolling foods simple and quick. They are incredibly durable, FDA, LFGB, SGS, and CE/EU certified, and are heat and cold resistant.

To wash, use warm water and soap to clean the surface and air dry. Avoid using sharp objects such as knives near the rolling pin to preserve the integrity of the rolling surface.