Monday, March 11, 2019

Drinks Break, Model Town, Delhi Review

Drinks Break, Model Town, Delhi Review

Located in model town phase II in front of Mcdonalds, model town. The place is small but is visible. There is almost no place to sit, except for a few small chairs. The ambience is cricket oriented with vintage cricket photos all over their walls and two cricket bats on their ceiling.
The real winner is food here.

The delicacies we ordered were:

1. Kit Kat Waffle

It was incredible, the waffle was baked to perfection, the layer of Kit Kat chocolate was delicious. Vanilla ice cream served along was good. The taste of these things together was heavenly.

2. DB Tandoori Burger

The cheapest burger here and the best one too. The taste was unique. It was filled with, I think, tandoori sauce, it tasted pretty good.

3. Kit Kat Shake

KitKat seems to be their speciality. It was smooth, it was thick, it was crunchy, it was sumptuous. Must try!!

4. Blueberry Shake

Not good enough, the flavour of blueberry was missing and the thickness was not up to the mark.

5. Cheese Fries 

Potato fries with layer of cheese on them. Not very tasty, quantity is less. Simple fries with salt are better. Cheese with fries is a sorry attempt at making the classic fries better.

That was my experience with the Drinks Break, Model Town, Delhi. Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section below if you have already been to the place.

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe | Foodies With Abs

Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe | Foodies With Abs

Searching across the globe for the best punjabi soya chaap recipe? We have got you covered for full spicy Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe. Punjabi Soya Chaap is the real paradise of flavours just perfect to enjoy with butter roti oy paratha. If you haven't tried any soya chaap before then you won't regret giving this Punjabi soya chaap recipe a try. It's an ultimate vegetarian nutritious food with loads of protein which makes it one of the favorites of fitness freaks too.

Before jumping to Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe lets see

What is soya chaap?

Soya Chaap is a kind of vegetarian meat or mock meat prepared with soybean chunks, soybean seeds and refined wheat flour. All the previous items are mixed after grinding which makes the dough ready. The resulting dough is then wrapped around wooden sticks as we see it in the supermarkets. This is called soya chaap. The high protein content of soya chaap makes vegetarians to fall for it.

The soya chaap changes up the veggie lovers menu. Particularly on the off chance that you are arranging an Indian menu for the supper party. For the individuals who are searching for a tasty veggie lover curry other than paneer makhani, soya chaap masala is the appropriate response.
Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe

How can one make the sort of soya chaap found in Delhi? 

Soya Chaap Gravy is a significant well known street food over the Northern Region of India, particularly in Delhi. During night times, numerous road trucks sell rich and velvety soya chaaps with naan or slim roomali roti. That mix is genuinely for a ravenous soul like me. I can eat up a plateful of it quickly. At home, I continue testing to reproduce the enchantment of Delhi style soya chaap masala. Furthermore, my formula for soya chaap masala is very near to what you get in Delhi. On the off chance that you searching for something on an intense and gritty side, this Punjabi soya chaap masala formula is the correct curry for you.

Before I talk about the formula, let me share some mystery with you. In any paneer or chicken curries, you can without much of a stretch substitute soya chaap rather than the principle fixing (chicken/paneer). Soya chaap is a flexible  Indian curriy. It surely compliments the extravagant and liberal Indian curry formulas.

Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe

Presently I trust next time you see a parcel of soya chaap in the general store, you have enough plans to utilize it inventively. As of late, when I arranged a vegan lunch for a group of companions the menu was – Dal Makhani, Punjabi Soya Chaap Masala, Dahi Bhalla, Bedmi Poori and Fruit Custard. Soya Chaap Masala was definitely the gem. Everyone on the table simply cherished the soya chaap masala and it was gone in a matter of moments. Expectation you also win various awards from loved ones for this soya chaap curry.

In the event that you attempt this formula and cherish it, it would be ideal if you leave a remark. This causes us develop and achieve numerous other sustenance sweethearts like you, who are searching for an ideal attempted and tried formula.

Here is my mystery Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe:

Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe

Preparation Time: 15 mins
Cooking Time: 25 mins
Total Time: 40 mins

Punjabi Soya Chaap Recipe is an astounding vegan dish stuffed with proteins and genuine chicken like flavors. Figure out how to make soya chaap masala in a couple of basic advances.

Cuisine & Course: Main Course Indian Cuisine

Ingredients you will need:

Five soya chaap sticks
One teaspoon red chilli powder
Half teaspoon turmeric powder
Half teaspoon Salt
Two tablespoon refined oil

Ingredients For The Soya Chaap Gravy:

One tej patta / bay leaf
One Cup finely chopped onions
One teaspoon ginger - garlic paste
One Cup grinded tomato paste
Salt to taste
One teaspoon red chilli powder
Half teaspoon turmeric powder
One teaspoon garam masala
Two sliced green chillis
One tablespoon chopped fresh coriander leaves
Three tablespoon mustard oil (sarson ka teel)

Guidelines / Instructions 

Delicately expel soya chaap from the sticks. You can easily slide them off the stick utilizing a fork.

Cut them into chunks of your prefered choice. Please note: not to make extremely small chunks of the soya chaap.

Mix soya chaap pieces in red chilli, turmeric and salt properly.

Heat refined oil in a pan. Saute soya chaap pieces till they are pleasantly roasted or light brown colored in shading. Transfer it to a plate and put aside.

The most effective method to Make Soya Chaap Masala Gravy:

Heat mustard oil in an overwhelming base pan.

Put Bay leaf. Sear till the fragrance is discharged around for 2 - 3 seconds.

Next, add the slashed onion. Broil it over low flame till it turns golden in shading, continue mixing at regular intervals while frying onions.

When onion is done, include the ginger-garlic glue and sear it for 2 - 3 minutes or till the crude smell floats away.

Include the tomato glue, red bean stew powder, turmeric and mix to consolidate. Fry the masala over low flame till it begins leaving the sides of the pan. Blending at normal intervals.

Now, include the roasted soya chaap pieces. Blend to consolidate and cook them over low flame for 10 minutes.

Open the top, include roughly 1 Cup of water, garam masala, green chilli and chopped coriander. Mix and enable the sauce to stew for next 10 minutes over low flame.

Serve the freshly prepared Punjabi Soya Chaap Masala with chapati, rice or paratha.

Formula Notes 

If you are utilizing frozen soya chaap defrost them according to the directions mentioned on pack before marinating in the flavors.

To decrease the thickness of sauce include roughly 2 Cups of water rather than 1 Cup.

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Tom Uncle's Maggi Point, Hudson Lane, Gtb Nagar, North Campus, Delhi University, Delhi

Tom Uncle's Maggi Point, Hudson Lane, Gtb Nagar, North Campus, Delhi University, Delhi Review

Tom Uncle's Maggi Point Located near Ramjas College, the place is not hard to spot. Ample parking space (incase you plan to arrive by a vehicle).

So I was pretty excited to order, until I saw their giant menu and got all confused. I took phone out of my pocket & began scrolling through multiple Zomato reviews.
The cheese maggi was the most praised. So i got one.

The Cheese Maggi
Cheese Maggi at Tom Uncle's Maggi Point, Hudson Lane, Gtb Nagar, North Campus, Delhi University, Delhi

Presentation wise, it was normal maggi topped with grated cheese.
Coming to the taste
“HORRIBLE” is the only word I would spit out of my mouth. Zero cheese flavor, moreover it did not taste like regular Maggi either. The Maggi had a strong salty aftertaste.

I would not recommend anyone to visit this place. Even if it tasted good, the quantity served is really less. Overpriced unhygienic meretricious food.
70 bucks gone in vain.

Bottomline

This place has provided the noun *hype* a new definition.
Hype level 9000+

Pro tip

Learn from others, don't waste your money here.

That was my experience with the Tom Uncle's Maggi Point, Hudson Lane, Gtb Nagar, North Campus, Delhi University, Delhi. Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section below if you have already been to the place.

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Carl's Jr., Club Road, Punjabi Bagh Extension, New Delhi Review

Carl's Jr., Club Road, Punjabi Bagh Extension, New Delhi Review
Carl's Jr., Club Road, Punjabi Bagh Extension, New Delhi Review

Carl's Jr. is an American fast food chain which is not quite famous in India. I got to know about it through a newspaper advertisement. They should advertise through social media platforms for more exposure. I went to the Punjabi Bagh Outlet (Club Road).

The seating is spacious & interiors eye catching.
The menu is quite simple and short.

We ordered:

1) Tandoori Paneer Burger

Tandoori Paneer Burger at Carl's Jr., Club Road, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi
Priced at 200, I was a bit hesitant to order it, anyways did & it turned out to be a good decision. The burger was really juicy & yummy. The paneer patty was grilled to perfection & sauces were luscious. In short the best burger I have ever had.

2) Soft Drink

The most exciting part about eating at Carl's Jr. is that they offer unlimited re-fills for soft drinks.
You are provided with 3 glass options. I will recommend you to buy the small one @89 rupees, as you can re-fill it as many times as you want.
Another great thing regarding this is that the soft drink dispensing machine is just near the seating area so you can re-fill it by yourself.
( You need not ask any order taker to do it for you , good for introverts 😉)

The options you are provided with are -
Coke
Mirinda
& 2 more ( sorry i don’t remember the other two )

3) Fries

These were real crispy & perfectly salted.

So if you guys are bored with eating at McDonald's or KFC. I suggest you guys to pay a visit and promise you won't be leaving disappointed.
Prices may seem to be a bit steep at first, but trust me you would be really surprised by the taste and quality they offer.

That was my experience with the Carl's Jr., Club Road, Punjabi Bagh Extension, New Delhi. Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section below if you have already been to the place.

Friday, December 14, 2018

Themis Barbecue House, Netaji Subash Place, New Delhi Review

Themis Barbecue House, Netaji Subash Place, New Delhi Review

Themis Barbecue House is one of the most recommended place to have a buffet in New Delhi. The ambience was good. 2 big LCD's showing live matches, live music sung by their guy. Seats were comfy. We ordered 1 veg buffet and 3 non veg buffet. We had already booked our table 1 day before{recommended}.


 My review will be in 3 parts

The good, the bad and the ugly.

The good:

Let's start with starters.

Dakshani Paneer Tikka: 

It was unique in taste, different than any other paneer tikka tasted before. Must try.

TBH Grilled Pineapple:

They were quirky in their taste, the sweet of pineapple and the tangy because of flavours.

Crunchy corn:

They were yummy. Fried corn with black pepper, they can't mess with it.

Main course:

I really liked Dal Makhani, Mix Vegetable and Rajma Masala.
Paneer butter masala also tasted good.
This was a better main course meal than Barbeque Nation.

Desserts:

The desserts trump Barbeque Nation single handedly. Excellent taste, sweet and fresh.
Gulab Jamun were hot and sweet.
Moong Dal Ka Halwa was incredible.
Hot Nut Brownie is a must try here, it was hot, it was chocolaty, it was worth remembering.
Jelly Belly were good.
Red velvet cake was exquisite.
Fruit salad was good.

The bad:

Tbh Special Pizza:

You can't make a pizza's base worse, it was harder than a brick.

Akbari Khumb Saslic:

They tasted like tikki with sauces all over them. Not sure what they were and what were they trying to do with them.

Hakka with Star Fried Noodles: 

Simply not good

Gulabo Kheer (sugar free): 

Don't touch it.

Non Veg:

I didn't eat non veg but my friends did. So I am gonna tell what they felt.
The non veg snacks were underwhelming. Barbeque nation's snacks trump them hands down.
The non veg pizza was again horrible.
The only thing they liked was perhaps Angara Murgh Tikka.
Both the veg and non veg soups were not touched by any of us.
The service by these guys was not particularly very good. Some of their staff was incompetent according to their ratings and reputation.

The ugly:

Non veg main course. My friends who bought non veg buffet were eating veg main course. They didn't even touched any of the items available in non veg main course. As We opened the covers of the non veg main course containers, couldn't see anything other than gravy. Disappointed to say the least.

Then the most disgusting thing was the washroom. I complained to them about it 2-3 times. Their washroom gate had a big slit between them. You could see the inside from the outside. You can't have you privacy in their washroom, where you most expect it.

That was my experience with the Themis Barbecue House, Netaji Subash Place, New Delhi. Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section below if you have already been to the place.

Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Kunzum Travel Cafe, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi Review

Kunzum Travel Cafe, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi Review
Kunzum Travel Cafe, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi Review

How often do you want to just go and sit somewhere to do whatever you want?
You can do your work in absolutely silence such as Working on your laptop with full focus, not like those Starbucks wannabe’s who just pretend to work. C'mon no body can work in a chaotic coffee shop such as Starbucks.

If your squad wants to plan a trip, then this is the perfect place. This place boasts of multiple travel books and magazines, which can be read free of cost.
Coffee, Tea by Kunzum Travel Cafe, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi
Only coffee and tea are available here along with some cookies. And guess what, they won't charge you for your order, you have to pay whatever you wish to.

You just drop whatever amount of money in a wooden box situated there & no one looks at you.

Bloggers usually come here share their stories chit chat with you as well. So if you guys want to have “Me time” then definitely pay a visit.


Sunday, November 4, 2018

Mix Fruit Juice by Raju Between Fire Station & TPDDL Office, Narela, Delhi

Mix Fruit Juice by Raju Between Fire Station & TPDDL Office, Narela, Delhi
Mix Fruit Juice by Raju Between Fire Station & TPDDL Office, Narela, Delhi

Location- In between Fire Station and TPDDL Office, Main Bawana Road, Narela, Delhi 

This guy has been juicing for the last 13 years. The taste is totally different when compared to any other juices you have ever tasted.

The reason is because this guy uses top tier fruits in the preparation. I have seen him chopping Washington apples in front of me & Not to forget the ultra big juicy mosambis he uses.

His specialty is the "February juice" (Available from february to march only), which consists suspended fruits like chilean grapes, strawberries, green apples & pomegranate. You can eat these succulent fruits while sipping the juice.

His juices are priced from 100 to 200 bucks, if it feels heavy on your pocket, you can opt for half glass @50 bucks.

His shop is open from 10 am - 1 pm in the morning & 4 -8 pm in the evening.

If you are anywhere near, make sure to pay a visit, you will thank me later for that.