What if we told you that you could get home made mutton curry or fish gravy delivered right to your doorstep? Sign up for an account with Million kitchen and you can have just that; a meal cooked in a kitchen that is similar to your mothers!
Nowadays getting home made food is nothing less than some achievement because most of the people stay away from their house for education or job purpose and cannot get proper food,and having outside food everyday is also not a good option either,so here is the app which can help you.
A brand new mobile-based home food discovery and ordering platform that enables home-cooked meals to be delivered at the doorstep.
“Say my mother has cooked amazing pasta today and your mother has cooked mutton curry. Anyone in a 5 to 7 kilometre radius looking for mutton curry today can just go and search and in three clicks order the pasta or the mutton. The app is available on Android only and the menu changes everyday,” says Vimlendu Jha, Founder and CEO of Million Kitchen.
Million Kitchen allows home cooks to take a photograph of a meal that they have just cooked and upload it on the app. Other users can then view the photos and place orders for the meal. After an hour and a half, the meals will get delivered to their doorstep.
The mobile application which operates on the principle of “hyper-local home-made food on the cloud,” is an enterprise by the Delhi-based NGO Swechha and allows women hailing from various socio-economic backgrounds to earn money using their cooking skills.This way it also helps non working women to earn extra money being at home, thus empowering women.
This is also a good way to let women earn through their cooking skills
The idea for the technology enterprise began as an idea for a program called ‘Lunch Box 17,’ where women in a specific slum of Delhi were approached and asked to cook meals, which Swecha, a city-based NGO would then help sell.
“We were thinking on how to organise a dabba system, which offers affordable home cooked food and developed the ‘Million Kitchen’ app, where my mother or your mother or aunt or household help can just click a photograph of what she just cooked and post it on the app,” says Jha, who also heads the NGO.