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Lebanese Veg

Let’s bring a piece of Lebanon on your plate!

With a set menu loaded with nutrition and the signature scrumptiousness of Lebanese cuisine, it’s time to redefine your concept of a set meal. Lebanese food culture reflects the country’s cultural mix, which is also known as the melting pot of the Middle East. Lebanese dishes contain copious amounts of garlic, fresh lemon juice, olive oil, fresh herbs and mild spices, that helps uplift the taste of fresh meat or vegetables used in the dish. To balance the rich taste of meat-based Lebanese dishes there is an array of soothing and cooling dips, spreads, and sauces that make for a fulfilling meal.

333 kcal/100gms

192 kcal/100gms

59 kcal/100gms

129 kcal/1oz

447 kcal/roll

275 kcal/100gms

145 kcal/100gms

112 kcal/100gms

177 kcal/100gms

Rice Pudding Jar – 122 kcal/serving

Each meal serves 2-3 people (2 well appetite and 3 moderate appetite)

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Falafel is a traditional middle-eastern dish made with chickpeas. A truly crispy delight, it is made using the best quality chickpeas ground to perfection for that epic texture! Seasoned with exquisite spices such as cumin, ground coriander, black pepper, cayenne pepper, ground cardamom, leading to a party of flavours in your mouth. Its high protein content makes it a delicious and healthy snack or meal. Pair it with pita bread, loaded with veggies, tahini and hummus or just have it alone, the veg falafel is one dish you can’t miss.


A super refreshing green salad that sits perfectly well with any Mediterranean meal, Tabbouleh is a nutritional and delicious dish. It is made of bulgur, parboiled cracked whole wheat grain and lots of finely chopped fresh parsley. This herb-based salad is smeared with pickled and chopped cucumber and tomato, fresh mint, and green onion to add colour and taste. To further elevate the taste of all the fresh ingredients, Tabbouleh is seasoned with garlic, olive oil, and lemon juice. This healthy green salad can be served with hummus, pita, falafel or anything savoury.


This authentic Greek recipe has been adopted in several Mediterranean and Middle East countries, simply because the taste of tzatziki blends with all Middle Eastern dishes perfectly. It is an impeccable blend of Greek yoghurt, drained cucumber, olive oil, fresh herbs like mint or dill, garlic, lemon juice and salt, creating a refreshing and chilled meal accompaniment that can be used as a sauce, dip or spread. Tzatziki is a creamy but light sauce with a tangy and delicious taste. Pair it with grilled meats, roasted vegetables, fried snacks, sandwich, or pita bread and your taste buds will enjoy a tantalizing refreshment.


A thin and crispy flatbread from Middle Eastern countries, lavash is crunchy and flavorful and is a perfect snack to share with your friends and family or relish by yourself. Made of multigrain flour, water, and salt, lavash can be served with dips like baba ganoush, hummus, tabbouleh, or tzatziki as a healthy snacking solution. Sprinkled toasted sesame or poppy seeds on top add an extra burst of flavour and crunch to this versatile snack.

Paneer Shawarma

Indians love to blend their favourite food ingredients with recipes from all over the world and Paneer Shawarma is another delicious creation born from this love for fusion. By replacing thin cuts of seasoned and marinated meat with grilled and spicy paneer pieces inside the shawarma, Paneer Shawarma is a vegetarian delight for those who love to relish Middle Eastern cuisine. Added with a creamy sauce, exotic spices, and fresh veggies, the succulent paneer pieces are nicely wrapped inside laffa to help you serve the closest vegetarian version of the most popular Lebanese street food.

Mini Khaboos

These are a smaller version of the staple Lebanese food, Kuboos, made of wheat flour. This Arabian pita bread is made of wheat and baked at the right condition and temperature to bring the real essence of traditional kuboos. It is considered to be one of the healthiest breads, enriched with fibre and can be relished with any savoury dish. The soft Mini Khaboos is a tasty and healthy option for quick snacking or even for breakfast.

Pickled Vegetables

An assortment of fresh and handpicked beetroot, radish, carrot, and other vegetables get soaked in a homemade pickle dressing with best quality ingredients to create this Pickled Vegetables. Mixed with chillies and freshly grounded spices, the pickled vegetables will add an extra zing to your palate, lifting the mood of any meal. The crunchy texture of fresh veggies and the beautiful natural ruddy hue adds that extra bounce that every dish calls for.

Baba Ganoush

This super creamy, decadent, slightly sweet and perfect balance of savory and tangy baba ganoush is an eggplant-based dip that has its roots in Middle Eastern countries. To create the traditional taste of Baba Ganoush, and bring that irresistibly smooth and luxurious texture with the right amount of smoky and savory flavour, we use only the most exotic and best quality ingredients. Baba Ganoush is made of roasted eggplant, tahini, olive oil, fresh herbs, lemon juice, garlic, smoked paprika, and salt. You can serve this dip with pita bread or raw veggies for a guilt-free, yet delicious snacking.

Classic Hummus

Since giving your taste buds a break by exploring food joints is no more an option for a while, we have decided to deliver to your doorstep little happiness in the form of a very famous and loved Mediterranean dip.


Yes, Classic Hummus it is! A super-smooth homemade hummus blended to give that perfect lusciously creamy, light and fluffy texture. Boiled chickpeas are grounded and swirled with tahini (sesame paste), lemon juice, garlic and salt, drizzled with some olive oil to maintain the authentic taste. Moreover, this wholesome protein-packed dip will add the much needed nutrition to your diet and make for some guilt free snacking.


Serve this Classic Hummus the traditional way with hot baked pita bread and olives or with fried falafel.

Dil Khush

A universal favourite dessert, the old-school rice pudding just got a new twist! This rich and creamy delight is loved by all due to its balanced level of sweetness, making it a comfort dessert for many.

And when this unparalleled sweetness gets combined with the essence of kesar-pista or rose water, it turns into something heavenly. We call it Dilkhush (Happy Heart) because this legendary dessert with a homely touch will definitely make your heart happy.

Rice pudding is a common dessert that is easily available globally, but everyone tweaks it in their own way. Most are well acquainted with the cardamom flavoured rice pudding, the Middle Easterns like their rice pudding sweetened with rose water, while people from the West add vanilla in it.

Since you are locked down, travelling across countries to taste different flavours of rice pudding might not be an option for you. Thus, utilizing our ‘stay at home’, we have brought life to two delicious rice puddings in my kitchen – Dilkhush – Kesar Pista and Dilkhush – Rose. Homemade with love and packed in beautiful jars, Dilkhush is made with best quality ingredients such as rice kheer, Dulce de Leche, and cheena lady fingers. Dry rose petals are added along with rose water to the Dilkhush – Rose Jar, and kesar, pista and other dry nuts to the Dilkhush-Kesar Pista Jar, stirred to perfection.

Order a jar or two, or more for yourself or for your loved ones to uplift the mood during this lockdown.

White Butter

Masala Gur

Gajar Ka Halwa

How can you even enjoy a winter meal without summing it up with a bowl full of Gajar ka Halwa cooked in a generous amount of desi ghee? This traditional homemade red carrot-based sweet dessert pudding screams love in every bite and is loaded with vitamin A, C, and K, calcium, and fibre that your body needs. So wrap up your Shaan-e-Punjab platter with this popular dessert from north India, cooked in the most traditional way and feel the warmth of a delicious meal.

Mooli Ka Achar

A spicy, tangy and instant  pickle made from radish / daikon ,oil and indian spices. During winter we make many seasonal pickles with fresh vegetables. These vegetables pickles taste amazing makki ki roti and sarson da saag.

Dal Highway Dhaba

This Dhaba Style Dal Fry is an authentic Punjabi recipe.  This recipe of dal is inspired from the dals served at Punjabi Highway dhabas, We have made the dal more healthy by using 5 different dals or lentils. It’s not a regular dal and has some really bold flavors from tempering that complement its thick consistency. It’s totally a flavour blast in the mouth.

Chicken Bharta

Chicken Bharta which tastes heavenly is a dhaba style preparation where shredded chicken is cooked in spicy creamy gravy. Chicken Bharta is deliciously creamy in taste due to the use of mashed egg yolk, fresh cream and yogurt in it.

Baingan Bharta

Baingan Bharta is basically fire roasted eggplant mash cooked with onions, tomatoes and spices. Smokey roasted eggplant mash with Indian spices, this punjabi baingan bharta is a very popular dish in North India and one of our personal favorites too.

Sarson Da Saag

A classic Punjabi dish, Sarson Da Saag recipe is gravy dish made from mustard leaves, spinach and bathua along with Maize flour and spices. The end result is a bowl full of aromatic, delicious and creamy green saag full of antioxidants and nutrients. This recipe traditionally comes from Punjab and will make you hooked on to it once you have it.

Makki Ki Roti

Makki ki Roti is a traditional Indian recipe made with corn meal or Makki ka Atta. It is a very popular bread in Punjab during winters and is best paired with sarson ka saag.