Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Grub Desi Menu (Saturday 11th July)

 

Hello Guys, I feel really happy to announce that we got a great response for our last week's menu. Customers just loved the food and ordered again, today itself.

Presenting to you guys the menu for coming Saturday. Order now and get a discount of 25% on your first meal!!!

Our Menu for 11th July (Saturday)

Order by Fri, Jul 10th 2:00 PM and get 25% discount on your first Order

Delivery Minimum $30, Fee $7, Free above $60

To Order: Download the qulinary application available on App Store and Google Play (Click here to Download the app)

Appetizer/Starters

  • Haryali Chicken Tikka (Gluten Free, Nut Free, Low Carb): Price 8pc for $10 (Serves 2)

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Boneless pieces of chicken, marinated with a special green paste made of spinach, mint and cilantro and grilled to perfection. Served with green dip/chutney. Healthy and Tasty.

  • Haryali Paneer Tikka (Gluten Free, Nut Free, Low Carb, Vegetarian): Price 8pc for $10 (Serves 2)

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Cottage Cheese (Paneer) pieces, marinated with a special green paste made of spinach, mint and cilantro and grilled to perfection. Served with green dip/chutney. Healthy and Tasty.

Main Course/Entrée

  • Gobhi Bhare Tamatar (Gluten Free, Vegan): Price 16oz for $10 (Serves 2)

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Tomatoes stuffed with mildly flavored cauliflower and potatoes filling, shallow fried in a skilled till tender. Served dry as a side dish, tastes great with Naan Bread/Chapati as well. Contains nuts.

  • Butter Chicken (Low Carb, Gluten Free): Price 16oz for $10 (Serves 2)

Qulinary Chicken Tikka

All-time favorite, or should I say everyone’s favorite. Well nothing can go wrong if you have a perfect butter chicken with the soft delicious Naan Bread. Yummy!! Contains nuts and dairy.

  • Butter Paneer Masala (Low Carb, Gluten Free, Vegetarian): Price 16oz for $10 (Serves 2)

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Vegetarians favorite Paneer, also known as Indian Cheese or Cottage Cheese, served in a tangy and mildly sweet gravy/sauce. A Veg. version of Butter Chicken, in-fact tastes even better. Contains nuts and dairy.

  • Non- Fried Carrots & Oats Kofta Curry (Low Carb, Gluten Free, Nut Free, Vegetarian): Price 16oz for $10 (Serves 2)

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Koftas/Dumplings/balls made with healthy carrots and oats, served in a light and simple onion tomato based sauce/gravy.

Sides

  • Roti/Chapati (Vegan, Nut Free, Low Carb): Price 4pc for $2 (Serves 2)

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Chapati is Light, unleavened freshly grilled soft bread.

  • Kadhai Pulao (Vegan, Nut Free): Price 16oz for $10 (Serves 1)

Kadhai Pulao 

A very unique rice preparation, which is full of flavors and made with a special homemade spice mix ‘Kadhai Masala’. Served with cool Bondi Raita.

  • Boondi Raita (Gluten Free, Low Carb, Nut Free, Vegetarian): Price: 16oz for $10 (Serves 2)

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Cool yogurt based accompaniment with tiny chickpea flour balls.

Desserts

  • Walnut Chocolate Brownie (Egg Free): Price 2pc for $10 (Serves 2)

Brownies

Gooey fudgy from inside, cracked form top, this is called a perfect Brownie. Pour our homemade chocolate sauce over it, you are definitely in heaven.

To Order: Download the qulinary application available on App Store and Google Play (Click here to Download the app)

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Thursday, July 2, 2015

Grub Desi Menu (Happy Independence Day)

Hello everyone, after getting a very good response for my meals at Bite Club (India), I want to continue the saga here as well, so presenting to you guys at the comfort of your own home The Indian Authentic Meal, cooked by me with lots of love and those homemade secret spices. I have started this venture in collaboration with www.qulinary.com (Click on the name for the link)

About Grub Desi

At Grub Desi we want you to enjoy the flavorsome, authentic Indian meal, which is adapted to local taste buds (keeping it low on spices and oil). We want our customers to relish other Indian Delicacies as well, than just Butter Chicken and Samosas, which is why we have items like Broccoli Koftas/balls, Gobhi Bhare Tamatar (Stuffed Tomatoes) in our menu.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Kasoori Egg Roast

Hello folks, how was the weekend??? I had a nice lazy weekend, didn’t do much except completing one whole season of ‘Pretty Little Liars’. Have guys seen it, if so lemme know in the comments below, whose  your favorite, not amongst the girls but Boys.

Ok, now coming back to our post, this was again an improvised dish like Vermicelli Arrabbiata (Click ‘here’ for the recipe) last time, with the  ingredients available at home. I love the flavor and aroma of Kasoori Methi so substituted curry leaves with it, and yes the outcome was Lip Smacking!!!

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Saturday, June 13, 2015

Vermicelli Arrabbiata

Ok this is not a new story, but most of the time I feel super lazy to cook  when I have to cook just for myself. Yes, I know almost all of us do, but  this is when our “Jugaaru” mind (is there an English word for that, let me know in the comments below) comes into picture and we end up creating something interesting. This is what happened today and I named it Vermicelli Arrabbiata!!!

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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Triple Chocolate Muffins

by Radhika

I tried these triple chocolate muffins to be in festive food mood.

These moist muffins with a triple hit of chocolate are my favorite! You can have it with tea or coffee. Do try out this recipe and have a wonderful chocoholic weekend! Enjoy!

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Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Decadent Choco-walnut Fudge

by Radhika

If you are in a hurry to prepare a delicious dessert for your loved ones, then this recipe will help you. It just takes 20 minutes to indulge in this super decadent fudge. Fudge makes a great homemade gift to share with family and friends. This fudge is very easy to make. Also, it requires no special ingredients. I learned this recipe from my mother, so this recipe is special for me.

The texture of choco walnut fudge is smooth and dense. You will fall in love with this if you love chocolate. So go ahead and try this easy recipe!!!!

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Cafe Lolz Gastropub “Restaurant Review”

by Radhika

I am a student and I am always searching for pocket-friendly restaurant and cafes. I got to know about this place from my friends who usually hangout in the south campus area. I checked out this place with my college friends. I loved it. The ambience, staff, seating, games, food-everything was really nice. Food quality and quantity both were awesome. The menu won’t burn a hole in your pocket at all. You will relish the food here with no disappointments.

Most of the cafes located in south campus are pocket friendly.

LOCATION:-

295, Ground Floor, Benito Suarez Marg, Satyaniketan, New Delhi

CUISINE:-

American, Italian

BUDGET:-

Rs. 500-1000 plus taxes for two.

SERVICE:-

Service was quick. Staff were courteous and polite.

AMBIENCE:-

Ambience was lovely. It’s a bright and colorful place. Interiors are well done, you can play games like ludo, chessboards on the dining table. Then there was a small corner where there were cushions on the floor, I chose that place to sit. 

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Friday, December 26, 2014

Announcing Winners For “Christmas Giveaway Contest”

by Neetu

Hello Readers,

Thanks a lot to everyone who participated in the contest, its great to know and get in touch with all you talented folks. The results are on the basis of points earned as per the rules of the contest, but I must say that every recipe was great in itself and I seriously wish I had gifts for everyone. So, here goes our 3 winner recipes:-

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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Carrot & Oats Kofta Curry (Non-Fried)

by Neetu

Hello Everyone, I was super excited to receive this gift hamper from Quaker Oats India Team, for doing a few post on their products (Multi-Grain Sago Pancakes & Quaker Oats Plus “Product Review). It feels awesome when your hard work gets appreciated, Thank a lot Guyzzz!!!

I totally enjoyed making this recipe and eating as well. It’s very easy to make, but that doesn’t compromise on taste at all. So, keeping things as healthy as possible, sharing with you guyzz, Carrots and Oats Kofta Curry!!!

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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Chicken Mince Lasagna

by Neetu

Hello Readers, So winters are here and I don’t know what happens, but my hands, feet, whole body feels numb in this season, I definitely don’t like winters : ) and people love it, I just wonder why??? Now to make for this I obviously will have to do what I just love, Cooking Yup!!!

I made this Chicken Mince Lasagna from scratch at home, it goes a bit lengthy, but definitely worth it!!! (Sorry for not posting the step by step tutorial)

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