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.
Rolling pins are useful for making many dishes, and having one around in the kitchen at all times is a must have! We recommend using Mogo’s official non-stick rolling pins to make perfect tortillas with the Authentic Corn Tortilla Tacos meal kit.
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.
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!
The art of mixing pasta and cheese has been recorded as early as the 14th century. Our version is based the version that first appeared in a cookbook in 1824 with the name “macaroni and cheese”. It consisted of three simple ingredients: macaroni, cheese and butter. Our Mac and Cheese recipe uses Violife lactose-free cheese melted on top of soft macaroni. It’s vegan-friendly, delicious, and uses no animal milk or butter products.Note: Our cheese comes vacuum sealed to maintain freshness, but we recommend opening your Mac and Cheese kit upon delivery and refrigerating the cheese immediately.
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!