Event Announcement: Menulog
I know I’m a bit too late in announcing this event but better late than never! I’m given an opportunity to host an event sponsored by “Menulog – No. 1 for Online Takeaway” :) Lucky me…
I wonder who wouldn’t like to participate in this event??!!! Menulog is offering a gift voucher worth $50 for a winner of this event!!! Let me say a bit more about Menulog here…
Menulog – No.1 for online takeaway!
Menulog is Australia’s largest online and mobile ordering service for takeaway food and home delivery. With more than 5000 participating restaurants offering more than 130 different cuisines and over 16,000 special offers at any given time, Menulog.com.au also offers Australia’s most comprehensive range of meal options on a single platform.
Interesting??!!! Why don’t you try your luck? All what you need to do is… Follow the rules mentioned below and then answer a question in 25 words or less!!! :)
Some quick rules of the event:
- Event runs from 4th May to 14th May and it’s strictly limited to residents of Australia only!
- You must be a follower of Cooking with SJ and Menulog on facebook!
- Only one comment per person is allowed.
- Winner will be announced on 15th May on this blog!!! :)
And here is a question:
What’s the ideal situation for a takeaway? And what’s your favourite takeaway “Indian dish”?
I’m sure you too have a list of situations as well as takeaway specials… ;) Drop a comment here with your answer in 25 words or less… And may the best answer win! Good luck to all of you…
The ideal situation to order a takeaway would definately be when i’m tired and don’t feel like cookingand my favourite takeaway dish would be palak paneer and butter naans 😊
Supreetttttt… Yummy choice! Good luck to you :)
U dont need a perfect situation to hve a takaway , still I wud prefer it when i really need it and I wud prefer to have butter chicken or malai chicken paratha roll with garlic naan.
Heading home after a long and tiring day would be the perfect time for a take away. Authentic Indian sizzling hot Kadai Chicken with Garlic naans would be my best choice :)
Awwww… that’s a lovely choice!!! You could have given a genuine reason too ;)
A very lethargic day with craving taste buds is when i usually hit the takeaways. Panner tikka masala with steaming pulao is my all time favourite.
Takeaway ke liye kuch bhi, right Arathi??!!! :) Paneer, I knewwwww you’ll write :)
hhehehehhehe yeaaa..ever ready for a takeaway hehehehe….my guruji knows it all :-)
The celebrate l is when it’s Sunday and when it’s not a Sunday, lolz for me any day is a reason to celebrate
. My favourite dish is kaju’s paneer butter masala and naan.
Ahannnn!!! Interesting interesting… Good luck, Payal :)
Many Guests and want to please everyone with delicious food in no time. Malai Kofta with Garlic Naans and Biryani Buckets.
That sounds like a feast!!! <3 Good luck, Vaibhavi… :)
Whenever in mood to spend a quiet night in with favourite movie snuggled up in blankets on couch. Paneer kadai is a take away must.
Copyrights given, Khyati!!! ;)
Whenever I am tired with grocery shopping and market days. My favourite take away dish is Chole battura
Chhole Bhatura!!! <3
Its a takeaway day when am exhausted to the core after running around an energetic toddler. Makki ki roti and sarson ka saag please!
For cold rainy days – my favourite is piping hot (spice and temperature) Chole bhature with Raita and vinegar dipped onions and my favourite movie ! Total bliss!!
When i am missing india most and feel nostalgic i know My favourite Malai kofta-tandoori naan and dal makhani-zeera rice will cheer me up.
When I am bored of cooking and eating food made by me even though I make yummy food and also when I miss restaurant style food is when I lean towards takeaways. My favourite takeaway food is always veg Indo-Chinese. Lip smacking and tangy schezwan based dishes are a win win in my house.
Days when my bored toddler wants me to play with his pots & pans instead of mine, calls for takeaways. Lamb Biriyani is an all-time favourite.