Win £200 for your Street Food Recipe with Cauldron

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If you love street food as much as we do (and that’s a LOT) then you won’t want to miss the British Street Food Awards, which take place each summer, and celebrate those meals that are served up on the streets around the world, rather than in formal, fancy restaurants. It’s not about cheap sausages and over fried onions from rusty metal handcart – it’s about fresh, tasty no nonsense food that makes us proud to be British.

This year, Cauldron is delighted to be a sponsor at the event. If you’ve never tried Cauldron before, it’s the only chilled tofu brand in the UK, with a wide range of vegetarian-friendly foods from falafels to sausages. It works perfectly with everything from the flavours of the Far East to the tasty falafel bits inspired by the street markets of Morocco.

ENTER THE CAULDRON STREET FOOD COMPETITION

Cauldron are challenging the UK’s food bloggers to submit their favourite street food recipe using a Cauldron product of their choice, to be in with a chance of winning a £200 prize. You could also see your recipe featured in an online recipe book of street food that will be hosted on the Cauldron website.

To take part all you need to do is:

  • Contact Cauldron at cauldron@finncomms.com with your blog name and postal address to receive a voucher for a FREE Cauldron product of your choice. There are a limited amount of vouchers available, so make sure to act fast!
  • Create your street food recipe and share it on your blog before 5pm GMT on August 4, 2014
  • Be sure to then Tweet your recipe link using the #StreetFood hashtag

Cauldron will judge all the entries and select one overall winner to receive a £200 high street voucher. Ten entrants will also be invited to add their recipe to the Cauldron online recipe book (inclusion is optional).

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Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

Discussion4 Comments

  1. Is #streetfood the right hashtag for this comp. There are thousands of tweets with this hashtag so I can’t see how our entries will ever be found. Am I missing something?

  2. I applied for this on July 24, and received my voucher today – 4 August, nearly 2 weeks later. With the best will in the world, there’s no way I can buy their product, come up with a recipe, cook it, and blog it by 5pm this afternoon – the deadline for entries.

    Bit disappointed really. Has anyone else had a similar experience.
    Helen.

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