At Erna’s Gourmet we have started curating delicious cheese for you to enjoy at home.
Maybe you like to try your hands on a simple Greek Salad? or dreaming of a Halloumi, Tomato and Olive sandwich for lunch? Maybe you want to surprise your loved ones with a Blue Cheese Pasta dinner?
Choose from a range of cheeses for home-delivery and stay tuned here for smart ways of enjoying your cheeses.
write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on +91-98 188 955 46 for the latest cheese menu & price list.
Now, you can find Lasagne too on Erna’s menu – made to age-old recipes.
Lasagne is originally ascribed to the city of Naples. However, there are, as with every fabulous dish, other takers for its origin too: ancient Rome, Greece and even England. This shows that Lasagne, delicious as it is, has been traveling the world for long & far to conquer the hearts of lovers of good food.
Erna’s Lasagne are layered pasta-sheets, vegetables or meat simmered in tomatoes and a finely spiced béchamel sauce, topped with cheese and baked – comfort food at its best.
Like to serve your friends and families real home-style lasagne? Then come over to www.ernasgourmet.com
Invite us to your party and we make sure your guests will love the food and remember your hospitality!
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Many times, when I am introduced to people as Austrian cuisine chef people give me a blank look and ask: so what do you cook? Boil potatoes and fry meat?
Doesn’t sound very exciting, isn’t it?
BUT, wait a minute, did you know that, over the centuries, Austrian food has been influenced by the scrumptious cuisines of its neighboring countries such as Italy, Czechia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Germany, Hungary, Switzerland and more?
That means, we have our very own ravioli, and they are delicious. Even our national dish, the Wienerschnitzel is often reclaimed by our neighbors in Italy as Milanese Escalope. Imagine, even the dessert that we Austrians are so proud of as our very own tradition: Austrian apple strudel apparently stems from the Turkish baklava, isn’t that fun?