The Mini Kitchen journey started in October, 2012 in the home kitchen of Damini and Renu Mohan in Edmonton, Alberta. As a Mother-Daughter duo, their vision was to provide their customers with traditional Indian and fusion cuisine, cooked exactly the way they would cook at home for their family and friends. They pride themselves in providing products that are high in quality and nutrition.
At Mini Kitchen the motto is: “Heat it and Eat it!”
"We love food—spicy, delicious, and with a complexity of flavour that creates a burst of flavour and spices that hits you on the first bite and lingers until the last. Mini Kitchen flavours are authentic and ever so delightful. Our menu has something for everyone in your family. We take our love for food and combine it with what’s in season in Edmonton to create beautiful curries that warm your body and soul. Perfect for the crazy Edmonton weather we have!"
When they started they were just a pop-up booth at one farmers’ market with only two different curries. Six years later, they have expanded the brand into several farmers’ markets and retail outlets with 10 different curries, two types of samosas and eight types of spices. One thing hasn’t changed—and that is the passion they put into every Mini Kitchen product.
"We want to share our passion for good food, healthy eating, and fresh ingredients and encourage you to use our products to be creative in the way you cook. From our Mini Kitchen…to yours!"
Green curry is considered the most popular curry in Thai cuisine. The green color of Thai green curry sauce has become more vibrant over the years with the addition of fresh coriander (cilantro), makrut lime leaf and peel, and basil. These herbs are combined with fresh green chilies and several other ingredients such as lemongrass, garlic, ginger, and shallots.
At first sip of this Thai tom yum soup, you'll be overcome by the intoxicating flavors of lemongrass, garlic, lime, coconut milk, and chili combined with a plant based stock base. If you like spice, we recommend either fresh red chilies or getting yourself a bottle of chili oil and adding anywhere from a few drops to a few teaspoons. Or leave the chili out for a terrific mild tom yum.