RADISSON BLU PLAZA | THE GREAT KABAB FACTORY

Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport
Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi Airport

Radisson Blu Plaza is a 5 star property situated on Delhi – Gurugram Expressway. You are spoilt with choices when it comes to dining at this place. Savour the authentic kababs at “The Great Kabab Factory” or enjoy buffet spreads at the all day dining restaurant, “NYC”. Enjoy Thai cuisine and cocktails at “Neung Roi” and “Savannah Bar”. The award winning R- The Spa is the best place to pamper yourself after a long day.

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THE GREAT KABAB FACTORY | DINING EXPERIENCE

The Great Kabab Factory
The Great Kabab Factory ( INR 5000 for two – approx.)

The Great Kabab Factory is an Indian speciality restaurant which brings the buffet experience to your table. Restaurant serves the set menu in both vegetarian and non – vegetarian option. They claim to own the bank of 450+ authentic kabab recipes from all over the world.

AMBIENCE

Ambience of this place truly matches it’s name ” The Great Kabab Factory”. Dim lights and brick wall finish gives it a factory sort of vibe. Furniture is quite minimalistic which compliments the interiors. Long curtains in royal blue color draped over huge windows adds the royal charm which a fine dining restaurant must have.

OUR BEST PICK

Kabab

Veg. Galouti Kabab with Ulte Tawe ka Paratha
Veg. Galouti Kabab with Ulte Tawe ka Paratha

This was the first starter from the set menu and we absolutely loved it. Soft and succulent Veg. Galouti Kabab has a melt in mouth texture. Ulte Tawe ka Paratha takes it to another level by adding the much needed crunch and bite. Paratha is crisp and kabab is super soft making it the perfect accompaniment for each other. Kabab has a spicy after taste which adds the kick. Add some onion slices, green chutney and hung yoghurt dip to enjoy all the flavours at the same time.

A no. of delicious kababs were served after this, but this is something which we won’t forget.

Main Course

Main course at THE GREAT KABAB FACTORY
Main Course at THE GREAT KABAB FACTORY

We were already full by savouring the tempting kababs but couldn’t resist the main course at this place.

From the Indian breads section we opted for “Laccha Paratha”. In curries, we had two options – “Mutter Mushroom and Shahi Paneer”. Being a mushroom lover, I decided to go with it. We preferred “Dal Factory” over “Dal Tadka” as it is the speciality of the place. Dal Factory is dal makhni to which the restaurant adds the special touch.

” Subz Biryani” served here is made with the best quality long grain basmati rice. Assortment of garden fresh vegetables and selection of whole spices is what works with the rice to make this recipe heavenly. Biryani is accompanied by “Boondi Raita” which is a treat on it’s own.

Dessert

Kesar Badam Kulfi at RADISSON BLU PLAZA
Kesar Badam Kulfi

Kesar Badam Kulfi was definitely the star in the dessert section. Although, I am not a big fan of kulfi but trying this, made me one. Kesar Badam Kulfi is made by simmering the milk flavoured with badam and Kesar on low flame. Milk is stirred continuously at low flame until it’s quantity gets reduced to half. The reduced milk is then poured into moulds and frozen until set.

Kulfi was loaded with almonds which can be tasted in every bite. Kesar adds nice color and fragrance. We would prefer this indian delight over other ice creams any day. A no. of desserts such as pan ice cream , rabdi – jalebi and kesar halwa were served as well.

The meal ended with “Pan” which is an Indian mouth freshener. Not only it makes the breath fresh after a meal but also helps in digestion and prevents diseases like diabetes.

Comment below WHICH DELICACY YOU WOULD LIKE TO TRY AT THIS PLACE?

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Noodles Samosa | Chinese samosa

Noodles samosa

Noodles samosa also known as Chinese samosa is a fusion snack made by giving a twist to the traditional samosa. Read below full recipe.
Cook Time 30 mins
Cuisine Chinese, Indian

Ingredients
  

  • INGREDIENTS
  • Frozen Samosa Patti or wonton sheets – 14 pieces
  • Instant noodles – 80 gram
  • Bell peppers – 1 cup
  • Soy sauce – 1 tablespoon
  • Hot sauce – 1 tablespoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for frying
  • Water – to boil noodles
  • Cornstarch slurry – 4 tbsp

Instructions
 

  • Boil noodles and keep aside. Drizzle some oil over them so that they do not stick together.
  • Heat 2 tbsp oil and saute bell peppers or any vegetables as per choice.
  • Add boiled noodles and salt to taste. Give the noodles a nice stir.
  • Add 1 tablespoon soy sauce and hot sauce. Mix well until noodles are quoted properly.
  • Keep the filling aside to cool down.
  • Noodles to be used fo filling
  • Place samosa patti on a chopping board perpendicular to each other and place 1 tablespoon of filling on the portion which has been overlapped.
  • Fold the two flaps adjacent to each other and mark 4 slits on the other two to flaps adjacent to each other.
  • Overlap 1 section from each side at a time to form a Criss cross pattern.
  • For better clarity check out the YouTube link embedded in the blog post.
  • While folding the samosa use corn starch slurry to secure the wrapper in place.
  • Final look
  • Follow the previous steps to prepare all the samosa.
  • Frying
  • Deep fry samosa in hot oil and place on a kitchen towel to get rid of excess oil.
  • Fry in hot oil
  • Samosas are ready to serve.

Notes

These can be prepared ahead of time and stored in freezer. Fry just before serving.
Feel free to use any sort of vegetables or noodles and give samosa the personalized twist.

Noodles samosa also known as Chinese samosa is a fusion snack made by giving a twist to the traditional samosa. Read below full recipe. Samosa is a very popular snack in India. Traditionally samosa is made with potato filling rolled in all-purpose all purpose flour dough but today we will be using noodles for the filling of samosa.

Watch full recipe

Cooking 🕛 30 Minutes For noodles samosa

Ingredients

  • Frozen Samosa Patti or wonton sheets – 14 pieces
  • Instant noodles – 80 gram
  • Bell peppers – 1 cup
  • Soy sauce – 1 tablespoon
  • Hot sauce – 1 tablespoon
  • Salt to taste
  • Oil for frying
  • Water – to boil noodles
  • Cornstarch slurry – 4 tbsp

Recipe

  • Boil noodles and keep aside. Drizzle some oil over them so that they do not stick together.
  • Heat 2 tbsp oil and saute bell peppers or any vegetables as per choice.
  • Add boiled noodles and salt to taste. Give the noodles a nice stir.
  • Add 1 tablespoon soy sauce and hot sauce. Mix well until noodles are quoted properly.
  • Keep the filling aside to cool down.
Noodles to be used fo filling
  • Place samosa patti on a chopping board perpendicular to each other and place 1 tablespoon of filling on the portion which has been overlapped.
  • Fold the two flaps adjacent to each other and mark 4 slits on the other two to flaps adjacent to each other.
  • Overlap 1 section from each side at a time to form a Criss cross pattern.
  • For better clarity check out the YouTube link embedded in the blog post.
  • While folding the samosa use corn starch slurry to secure the wrapper in place.
Final look
  • Follow the previous steps to prepare all the samosa.
Frying
  • Deep fry samosa in hot oil and place on a kitchen towel to get rid of excess oil.
Fry in hot oil
  • Samosas are ready to serve.
Notes
  • These can be prepared ahead of time and stored in freezer. Fry just before serving.
  • Feel free to use any sort of vegetables or noodles and give samosa the personalized twist.

Comment down below what all varietieS of samosas have you had ?

Kachori with Aloo Sabzi

I really miss going out and having street food with thinking twice. These days are quite difficult as all I can do is look at this mesmerizing pictures.
Kachori and Aloo Sabzi is a North Indian breakfast staple. You can find it at every nook and corner of Delhi and U.p. Kachori was crispy and sabzi was spicy. Both the things compliments each other very well and if you want to enjoy it properly then you must try it by adding the sabzi on top of kachori pieces. If you have it separately flavours will still be the same but the texture will be very different.

Price- 10 rs. per piece near Nirman Vihar Metro Station

I was missing the street style kachori sabzi very much, so this morning I tried to recreate it in my kitchen. Trust me guys it’s very simple to make and can be made in less than 30 minutes!
Recipe :
Kachori –
1) 2 cups of all-purpose flour ( maida)
2) 2 tablespoon oil
3) Salt to taste
4) A pinch of baking soda
5) Water to knead dough
6) Mix all the ingredients to knead a tight dough and keep aside.
7) Form small balls and stuff them with dal mixture.
8) Flatten with rolling pin and deep fry at medium flame until golden.

Buy All-purpose flour – https://www.amazon.in/Rajdhani-Maida-500g/dp/B079H9STVG

Deep Fry at low flame

Sabzi –
1) Heat 2 tablespoon oil in a pressure cooker.
2) Add 1 teaspoon cumin seeds, 1 tablespoon red chilli powder, 1/2 teaspoon turmeric powder and 1 teaspoon coriander powder.
3) Add 1 chopped tomato and 1 teaspoon chopped ginger.
4) Add 2 cups of diced potatoes, salt to taste and 400 ml water.
5) Cook until 1 whistle. Add amchur after opening the pressure cooker.

Finally-
Serve hot!!!

Comment down below if you are missing kachori sabzi and would try this at home?