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Larb (pronounced Laab) is widely considered Laos' national dish. This pork meat-based salad is so refreshing!! It is flavored with toasted rice, cilantro, mint leaves, chili, fish sauce, sugar, and lime juice, giving it a zesty flavor. It goes great with beer and has a herby and cool mouthfeel. ​​Larb is a popular dish in the Isan region of Thailand, and it has a great Michelin guide write-up! 

This dish is paired with sticky sushi rice, romaine lettuce, cucumber slices, and steamed long beans. Let's say Hello to summer!

Long beans are legumes. Please inform us if you have a legume allergy.

Ingredients: Ground pork, sushi rice, sugar, fish sauce, lime, Fresno chilies, shallots, scallions, mint, cilantro, salt, romaine lettuce, cucumber, long beans, canola oil, and sushi rice. 




Chapli Kebab and Seekh Kebabs


Chapli Kababs are made of ground beef and hail from the Khyber Pashtun region of Pakistan. Chapli kebabs are like flat burger patties that are mildly spicy for kids - “Good spicy,” according to our six-year-old Kabir, who loves eating them with yogurt. Chicken seekh kebabs are more street food in Pakistan. It is similar in taste and comes on skewers. This dish will be served with Naan bread,  yogurt raita, and the tastiest eggplant dish -Borani Banjan, which is served with a tomato and yogurt sauce.  

Ingredients: Ground beef, ground chicken, coriander, eggplant, cumin, fennel, bay leaf, chickpea flour, onion, ginger, garlic, tomato, green chilies, chili flakes, fenugreek, cilantro, turmeric, nann, yogurt, mint, salt, black pepper, and canola oil 

*A Gluten-free version can be served with white rice  Add a note when you are placing an order.

Chapli Kebab and Seekh Kebabs

Chapli Kebab and Seekh Kebabs


Khipi delivers the world's home food to your doorstep. We make food decision-making easy by providing a super simple menu with two options every week. You order only when you want to... No subscription!
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"I started Khipi out of my kitchen because I have an insatiable appetite for diverse, fresh homecooked meals and the lethargy of not wanting to cook and clean."

-Brinda Sen, Founder

Opening a whole world of food

Food is everything we are. It's an extension of nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history, your province, your region, your tribe, your grandma. It's inseparable from those from the get-go.”

- Anthony Bourdain

I live by this philosophy and love learning about people and cultures through food. I bring this spirit and philosophy to Khipi and look forward to building a community that loves to eat, learn, cook, be fed, and create food memories.

People often ask me what Khipi means. Khipi isn't an English fact it isn't even a real word. It is how my son would say "I'm hungry" when he was a year old. He was trying to say “khidey paychey” which means “I’m hungry” in my native language (Bengali). In many ways he inspired me to start this venture, he gave me the perspective to understand how invaluable it is for caregivers to provide cooked meals. This is an homage to my beloved Kabir and all caregivers who put so much soul to put fresh food on the table.

Our cooks

We work with women home cooks to cook their home food. Profit is shared with these amazing women who are passionate about cooking but don’t have the time or means to open a restaurant. Khipi shares the joy of their delicious, homemade food.

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– from Cambridge, MA