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Licious Chef's Table event - A meat meet

I wasn't aware of Licious until last Saturday, but a last minute invite from the good people introduced me to this very promising start up company headquartered in Bangalore. 

I am really glad I attended the cooking and tasting session.

Here's a photo tour...

The event was held at Slurp Cooking Studio, a cozy setup which is ideal for cooking up some fun...

Licious was started with an aim to elevate the fresh meat shopping experience in Bangalore. At Licious, meat is cleaned and processed in state-of-the-art production units.  Abhay Hanjura, the founder of Licious talked about how they are committed to international standards of hygiene. Their 90 minute home delivery turnaround time sounds remarkable... 

The meat and marinates looked really neat and fresh...

After a few cooking tips from Chef Joe Manavalan, we were ready for the second part of the meet when participants were split into groups to create dishes with Licious meat and ingredients in the kitchen... 

My team chose to make ravioli with prawns in garlic butter sauce. The ingredients were quickly picked... 

As luck would have it, my team consisted of Vidya, an accomplished culinary talent and Hrish,  a connoisseur of fine food. They took over the show and I had very little to contribute...

Here's my small contribution. I think I did a decent job in stirring the chopped garlic and chili...

Vidya was quick. The dish was taking great shape in just a few minutes...

The raw ravioli is cooked in boiling water...

And in around 10 minutes the first dish of the day was ready. The prawns were perfectly cooked and the garlic butter sauce was seasoned just right...

Meanwhile the other teams were buzzing in controlled chaos...

The lamb chops were looking good. Abhay was ready to pounce on them as soon as they are ready...

Chicken is skewered for Satay at one table...

Caribbean Jerk Chicken was so yummy that the plate was wiped clean in seconds...

The same happened to the lamb chops also...

Fish curry, Carolina Mustard wings and rice...

People started milling around the satay and some of the skewered chicken disappeared even before the team could plate the dish...

Luckily, they were able to save some to finally plate the dish with broccoli, mushroom and carrots...

 Lamb Country Captain was really good...

Making Peri Peri Chicken was easy. Just grill the pre-marinated Licious chicken into peri peri spiced goodness...

Apart from fresh meat, Licious also offers an array of marinates with fresh and unique ingredients... 

Overall, I would say the meat and signature marinates by Licious definitely does what it is expected. 
You can know more by visiting www.licious.in  


  1. Yummy :) :) Awesome post , Thanks for sharing.

  2. Mmmm!
    Makes my mouth water!

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  3. A whole documentary ... and nice orange shirts by the way ! ;-)

  4. I love food blogs, even though they always make me hungry. Everything here looks delicious!

  5. Oh my goodness! Such an amazing array of food as always! Thank you for sharing with us at Photo Friday!

  6. Hello from the Crafty Spices Social Weekend! Great photos, and the food you guys made looks amazing. My stomach is definitely grumbling now!

  7. What a fun and different type of event! I could quite enjoy something like this.

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  9. The foods you created look good I could almost smell the flavors. What a marvelous experience and a great team to end up on. I can't believe you could produce the ravioli that quickly - I am not sure I could produce that meal if I had all day :) Any chance you could share the recipe so I could give it a try?

    1. Ingredients:
      2-3 chillies finely chopped
      4-5 cloves of Garlic
      1kg prawns
      Half Lime juice
      Half cup fresh cream
      2-3 sprigs of thyme
      2-3 leaves of sweet basil
      1 tbs Garlic Butter
      1tbs chilli flakes

      Marinate the prawns in half lime juice and salt.

      Fry the chopped chillies and garlic in very little oil. Add prawns and toss for a minute until the moisture is released. Add chilli flakes and fresh cream. Finish it with chopped thyme, basil and garlic butter. Season it with pepper powder and salt as per your taste.
      The raw ravioli were already made by the chef. The ravioli were stuffed with chicken, mozzarella cheese and crushed peppercorns. We just had to cook them in boiling water.

  10. I'm always hungry after visiting your blog!

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  12. Wow, looks like such an amazing event! Great shots... :)

  13. i bet that was fun and the food looks amazing!

  14. Sounds like and looks like they are providing a great service. Kudos on your stirring abilities.

  15. As always, your culinary adventures make me jealous. The photos look good enough to eat!!!

  16. As always, your culinary adventures make me jealous. The photos look good enough to eat!!!

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