Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Culinary Capers, Catering & Delivery Service, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Culinary Capers, home delivering, catering, cooking classes, Kuala Lumpur
Mixed Dips and Bread
Culinary Capers, home delivering, catering, cooking classes, Kuala Lumpur
Delicious and Healthy Dips and Bread
Culinary Capers, home delivering, catering, cooking classes, Kuala Lumpur
Cold Soba Salad with Edamame Pesto
Culinary Capers, home delivering, catering, cooking classes, Kuala Lumpur
Wheatberry and Sunflower Salad with Watercress
Culinary Capers, home delivering, catering, cooking classes, Kuala Lumpur
Quinoa Salad
Culinary Capers, home delivering, catering, cooking classes, Kuala Lumpur
Steamed Fish in Coriander Paste wrapped in a banana leaf

Culinary Capers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Catering, cooking classes, bazaars, personal chef, wellness programs, culinary tours and small events are all organized by the bright and cheerful Geeta Jayabalan, owner and originator of Culinary Capers. Having a passion for healthy living, this theme of wholesomeness is infused through all of her tasty creations. Only running for two months, it’s incredible to note the extensiveness of her menu and the success of every dish (not one we didn’t like!). This might be a baby business in terms of age, but it is the culmination of over 25 years of honing of culinary craft, and now, the public can be the lucky recipients of the results.

Driven by her desire to relay the positive nutrition changes made in her own life, Geeta birthed Culinary Capers. Although her menu is ever expanding, and draws on a variety of sources, a combination of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and Northern Indian food are her primary inspirations. Geeta, creative by nature, loves to research, invent and experiment with new recipes – all sharing the common denominator of being good for your health.

Believing that you eat first with your eyes, Geeta pays particular attention to presentation and you’ll find platters exploding with colour, advocating wellness and dispatching seductive messages to your taste buds. Most of her dishes are high in fibre, nutrient rich and drizzled with healthy fats. Whole grains, fresh vegetables and proteins prepared simply are the keys to her balanced meals.

We savoured a number of Culinary Capers’ signature dishes. It’s no secret that I could make a meal out of dips, breads and red wine so the five nourishing blends sampled could easily have me contented for an entire meal. Spinach Power, Muhammara (roasted red pepper), Edamame Pesto, Almond and Coriander and Babaganoush (smoked eggplant) were all hits with Khoubiz (soft Middle Eastern bread about the thickness of a pan pizza) brushed with a dash of olive oil and topped with feta cheese, zaa’tar seasoning (Middle Eastern) and sumac (red spice from a berry).

Both warm and cold salads are on Culinary Caper’s considerable menu, but the three we tried were all chilled. Plump Wheat Berries boiled and mixed with sunflower seeds and grapeseed oil and generously adorned with watercress was a scrumptious filling meal in itself. The Cold Soba Salad promoted an unusual dressing of Edamame Pesto. Served with a touch of chili for zing, purple cabbage for colour and crumbled feta cheese on top, this dish too is more than worthy of repeat orders. One of my favourite grains, quinoa, was highlighted in the Quinoa, Wheat Berry and Mixed Vegetable Salad. Sprinkled with loads of nuts and home sprouted alfalfa, a citrus dressing added its own oomph while complementing the nuttiness of this plate.

By the time we’d greedily gobbled the toothsome dips and salads, we found ourselves in the rare situation of thinking we wouldn’t have tummy space for any mains. One of the benefits of healthy eating is that high fibre dishes fill you for a longer period so you’re not likely to overindulge. Luckily though, the last item we tested was a Steamed Fish in Coriander Paste wrapped in a banana leaf, which tasted so good that a hidden pocket in our tummies incredibly opened up to allow "just a little more". Long grain basmati and wild rice coloured with fresh turmeric were found on the side, proving this plate to be yet another wholesome and appetizing recipe.

The Culinary Capers website is currently being updated so email Geeta directly to get a menu of the divine dishes she has to offer.

Reason to order:  Delicious healthy food at reasonable prices. Excellent choice for catering small events. Convenient delivery to your home or personal chef in your kitchen.  Muhammara (roasted red pepper dip) with feta topped Khoubiz, Wheat Berry Salad, Quinoa Salad, Cold Quinoa Salad

Culinary Capers
Healthy Living Begins with us…
+603 6203 1628
+6 012 218 6656
www.culinarycapers.com.my 

18 comments:

  1. Sounds awesome and I love the name! Would be great to have wholesome food delivered for dinner tonight....hmmmm.....

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    1. Yes, only thing is you must order a few days in advance. Reasonably priced too!

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  2. I'd like to try that steamed fish in banana leaf...

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  3. Looks delicious! Wish we had something like that in Singapore.

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    1. So excited to finally have such catering in KL!

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  4. I love Dips! Certainly wouldnt mind trying all the above...

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    1. Me too. I really could just do the dips, bread and a glass of wine and be very happy. :-)

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  5. Ooo.. can consider ordering this for a department lunch at the office! =)

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    1. Yes! Perfect for a small group. Great way to make the work place a little more exciting.

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  6. the dips look sooooooooooooooooooo creamy, exactly the way i love them! :D

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    1. Yep! Some delicious combos there too. :-)

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  7. wow...colourful dishes, looks really inviting

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    1. The colours attract me too. It's a great way to eat and make sure you get all your vitamins.

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  8. Looks inviting! What a wonderful spread of healthy dishes.

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    1. Delicious and healthy - my favourite combo. :-)

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  9. how did the Cold Soba Salad with Edamame Pesto fare? very interesting! :)

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    1. Awesome! I love both soba and edamame so it was a winning combo for my taste buds.

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