The popular Indian restaurant is offering fans the chance to create one of their favourite breakfast items at home.

Dishoom has recently launched their first-ever at-home cookery kit, providing customers with the ingredients (and the know-how) to create the café’s much-loved bacon naan rolls in their own kitchen.

What’s in the kit?

Fans of the breakfast classic can get the ingredients to create two bacon naan rolls, sent from the café kitchens direct to their door, including top-notch produce and dough balls that are ready to roll, bake, assemble and eat.

Each kit will also contain the requisite tea and spices to brew a batch of Dishoom’s Masala Chai, allowing budding cooks to partake in the full café experience at home.

Each kit serves two and contains smoked streaky bacon from Ramsay of Carluke – matured in the traditional Ayrshire way and smoked over applewood and beechwood chips, three naan doughballs (enough for two plus a spare for experimentation), tomato-chilli jam – Dishoom’s sweet, sharp, spicy signature sauce, fresh coriander and cream cheese.

The kit also contains loose leaf Darjeeling tea and chai spices – black peppercorns, cardamom pods, cinnamon stick, cloves – for recreating Dishoom’s Masala Chai, which just needs milk and sugar to brew.

The kit comes with full cookery instructions, including the method for achieving soft naan rolls– a handy video to help first-timers will also be available online.

For every Bacon Naan Roll Kit sold, Dishoom will donate a meal to Magic Breakfast, their long-term charity partner that provides free, nutritious meals to children that might otherwise go hungry.

For those committed to recreating the café experience in full, additional enjoyment can be found in the Dishoom playlist available here.

The kits, which were initially only available in London,  can now be delivered to doors across the UK.

How to order

The Bacon Naan Roll Kits, priced at £16, are now available to order for nationwide, nominated day delivery across the UK mainland (excluding the Scottish Highlands).

Deliveries can be booked up to one month in advance via the Dishoom website.

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Rosalind Erskine

Known for cake making, experimental jam recipes, Champagne and gin drinking (and the inability to cook Gnocchi), Rosalind writes for The Scotsman on all things food and drink related.

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