Portable Chef can provide you with healthy, customized meals in three simple steps:
1. You tell us a little about yourself. Food likes, dislikes, and where and when you’d like your meals.
2. You order your meals. Customize meal plans any way you like – three meals a day, dinners only, or whatever your needs may be. There’s never any commitment – you can set up a regular order or just order when it works for you.
3. You receive your meals. We make meals according to your food likes, dislikes, and dietary requirements or goals (if any) and deliver them to you, fully cooked and apportioned and ready to warm up and enjoy.
It’s that simple!Get Started / Place an Order
“Thanks so much for the food … everything was absolutely wonderful, well-thought-out, flavorful and really easy to re-heat and enjoy.”
-Pete C., New York, NY
What meal plans are available?
What will it cost?:
$22 per delivery to Manhattan below 150th Street or to several neighborhoods in Brooklyn and Queens: Astoria, Long Island City, Greenpoint, Williamsburg, Fort Greene, DUMBO, Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, or Prospect Heights. Delivery is available to a wider delivery radius at an additional cost.
“I am so happy with this food. I feel great and it is so delicious!”
-Megan B, New York, NY
At Portable Chef I try to put out the best ingredients, cooked the best way I know how. When you’re ready to eat yours, proper reheating is critical.
If you’re pressed for time, here’s all you need to know about how to reheat a Portable Chef meal:
That’s it in a nutshell. Whether you use a microwave, stovetop, or conventional oven, only heat the food up enough to heat it through. Any more than that, and you risk having an overcooked meal. And nobody wants that.
Here are some more specifics:
Remove your meal to a serving plate. Microwave on high for one minute; check for doneness. Your meals are done the instant they are heated through. Continue to cook and check in 20-second increments until just heated through.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Remove your meal to an oven-proof plate and cover tightly with foil. Put meal in oven for 6 minutes; check for doneness. Continue to cook and check in 4-minute increments until heated through.
Remove your meal from plastic container and place it in a small pot or pan with a tight-fitting lid. Add a few drops of water. Put burner on medium, bring to a simmer, then reduce to low, cover, and cook for 4 minutes; check for doneness. Continue to cook and check in 2-minute increments until just heated through.