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Gourmet Cheese at your Doorstep

cheese-basket

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 order@ernas.at or call us on +91-98 188 955 46 for the latest cheese menu & price list.

 

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Happy Holi & Easter

Easter Box-framed

This year, Holi and Easter, the two festivals I associate with colors and happiness are celebrated only two days apart from each other.

Holi hai!!! is already over and Happy Easter is just about to come.

As an appreciation for your patronage and as a token of gratitude – just because, we are adding a Happy Holi & Easter Surprise Box/Bag to every order we send out.

Corn Choco Betroot Lollipop-framed

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The surprise wouldn’t remain a surprise if we’d tell you here on a public forum, but we decided to give you sneak-preview with this corn-oats-choco-beetroot flakes lollipop. The beetroot flakes are our attempt to make Holi and Easter colourful with natural colors.

Enjoy the holidays, look within what is important and enjoy good food!

Yours,

Maya
for the Team at Erna’s Gourmet

Sing the song of Baked Ham Pasta | Schinkenfleckerl

ooops, here should be a pic of delicious ham pasta

handmade pasta, ham, sourcream and lots of love!

“Fleckerl” is an Austrian term for diced slices of pasta. “Schinken” is German for “ham”. Baked Ham Pasta is a baked casserole made from pasta, ham (as the name suggests) sourcream, herbs and other spices.

For our Delhi gourmands we have mixed up a version of Baked Ham Noodles that you will find unforgettable: lots of ham & lots and lots of aroma.

In 1935, Hermann Leopoldi immortalized this dish by singing (sorry this is a very bad translation by me that does not do justice to Leopoldi’s singing and wit): why does the ham always play hide and seek with the pasta in this dish? The pasta will always cover the ham pieces.

And that’s exactly how it happens when you eat Schinkenfleckerl: when looking at it, you will invariably end up searching the ham, as if there is not enough in it. Whereas the taste will make you keep coming back for more.

Here is Hermann Leopoldi, 1935 immortalising this delicious dish:

Give us a day’s notice and we’ll deliver your tray of Baked Ham Pasta and more to your doorstep. Come over here to order: http://www.ernasgourmet.com/BakedHamPasta

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