Morrisons launches £30 'fakeaway' food boxes so you can make 'Nando's and Wagamama' at home

MORRISONS has launched "fakeaway" food boxes for £30 so you can enjoy your favourite restaurant meals at home.

It could come in handy for fans craving Nando's and Wagamama food, as the popular restaurant chains are only open in a limited capacity.

The first box reminds of Nando's and contains two hot peri peri chicken with spicy rice, two garlic peri peri chicken with spicy rice and two southern fried chicken and BBQ Sauce, plus two naked burrito bowls.

While Wagamama fans might like the box with two chicken katsu with sticky rice, two chicken pad Thai, two satay chicken, and two butternut squash and chickpea curries.

The boxes are priced at £30 including next day delivery, which works out at £3.75 per meal.  

Each box contains eight meals, weighing 400g each.

All you need to do to enjoy the ready meal is cook the dish according to the instructions, and then tuck in.

Morrisons hasn't yet confirmed whether you need a microwave to cook the meals, so we'll update this article once we get a response.

The meals work out cheaper than going to the restaurant chains, as a quarter chicken with spicy rice sets you back £6.85 at Nando's.

While a chicken pad Thai at Wagamama costs £11.25.

The boxes are available to order on Morrisons' website.

The Sun has asked the supermarket whether the meals are available to buy individually too, so we'll update this article once we hear back.

M&S has also rolled out food boxes with ready meals, with a box of 12 traditional British meals up for grabs for £40.

Alternatively, you can nab a wide selection of Indian ready meals for £35.

Hannah Munns, head of market street at Morrisons said: "These new food boxes offer our customers the chance to still enjoy their favourite high-street eats at home.

"They’ve been created using authentic recipes and good ingredients.

"We hope they’ll go some way to satisfying our cravings for some of our favourite takeaways.”

Since Morrisons launched its food boxes at the start of the coronavirus crisis, it's delivered tens of thousands of food boxes to customers.

The supermarket started by offering an essentials food boxes with items including loo roll and pasta.

It's since expanded and now offers 12 boxes, including two packed with just meat and fish.

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