Five Must-Order Meats From Lion Fresh For DIY Dishes To Cook Up At Home

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    What Makes It Awesome

    If you suffer from a serious, carnivorous-desire like us and salivate at the slightest mention of meat, we have welcome news for you. The carnivorous crew at Lion Fresh and LBB came together for a BBQ like no other, which taught us two things: A. Veganism is probably not for a few of us and B. Lion fresh makes cooking at home for a meat-eater easy AF.

    Essentially serving raw and ready-to-eat, import-quality meat to Delhi and Gurgaon, Lion Fresh delivers fresh meat and seafood to your doorstep. It’s prepared using the Sous-Vide technique (French for ‘under vacuum’), which is a slow-cooking method where food is vacuum-sealed in a packet and put in temperature-controlled water for 6-8 hours, enhancing the texture and bringing out the flavour of the meats.

    What do you order? Ready-to-eat British style bacon and authentic pork ‘Kransky’ sausage. We kick started our BBQ session by gorging on classic English-breakfast dishes. Our plate was riddled with contrasting flavours; the sweet beans served with salty British style bacon along with toast, Pork Kransky sausage and a portion of scrambled eggs augured a tasty afternoon. We also got the Lean and tender- pork baby back ribs that we glazed with barbecue sauce and olive oil, that was juicy and crackly and just what we needed after a heavy breakfast. We also got the American Style Pulled Pork and put it between 2 buns for the juiciest burger around (no shade thrown at fast food places) but seriously, it took us under 5 minutes and tasted restaurant quality. We also got the Pork Belly that we put inside a wrap and while we felt super super full, we weren't close to being done eating. This wrap took 3 minutes to make and it's now our go-to meal when we're in a hurry. We also got a lamb rack that we were always too intimidated to try cooking on our own until now. We had to bake it then grill it so it was a longer process than the other dishes but the hard work paid off; if  you are looking to invite and impress some guests this weekend with your cooking, do consider the lamb rack with olive oil, rosemary and crushed garlic.

    Price: INR 210 for raw chicken, pork sous vide starts at INR 325

    Pro-Tip

    They have gourmet cheese, too, on their website which will go perfectly with the burgers and the breakfast spread. 

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