What is a mooli indeed? This is the question that’s been on everyone’s lips.

Well, here, you can have the answer…

So a mooli is not a giant Asian radish, as some of you may have thought (well, you weren’t wrong, but um, you’re wrong) but instead Mooli’s isΒ a new concept of modernised Indian food ~ taking fresh wheat bread, adding some sinfully tasty meats and fresh salads and chutneys and wrapping it into a handy take-out wrap.

A modern fancy tasty kebab if you will. Only healthier, yummier and so very not a kebab.

Thanks to Sameer and Mathew’s geniusness (and a spot of luck at the poker table), we can all have a Mooli’s for lunch these days, a full sized mooli from Β£3.50 or a mini mooli for from Β£2.25 which, c’mon, is not even a dent in your loose change.

My favourite? The goat mini mooli. Goat because it’s seriously delicious and mini because trust me, awesomeness comes in small packages πŸ˜‰

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13 Thoughts on “thecattyLIVE: what is a mooli?

  1. I love this!!! (and totally agree with you on the goat)

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  3. Another great vid, keep them coming Catty! =)

    Looking forward to trying one of these myself, perhaps not the goat though unless I’m feeling brave.

  4. Franca on March 12, 2010 at 11:25 pm said:

    Hi Catty,this is cool!!I’ve been to Mooli and delicious it was too..

  5. David: thank you! You should definitely get one, oh wait, you need to come to London first πŸ˜‰

    Franca: Hehe thanks! I love mooli, specially the mini moolis πŸ˜€

  6. Great post. Am going to try and check it out today for lunch. Hugz.

  7. Now I know what’s Mooli’s all about. πŸ™‚ Will definitely check them out when I’m back in London.

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