Rajasthani Relish

Published: 17th December 2014 06:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th December 2014 06:02 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: It is said that sumptuous food is reflective of the tradition and history of a place. If you had not been to Rajasthan yet, then relish the array of food items at the Puran Da Dhabba to experience authentic Rajasthani cuisine, as the food festival is the best way of knowing the culture and tradition of the locale.

The food items are sure to take one through the various streets and flavours that entice the people there. A team of  chefs led by Bharat Singh Rawat and Kedar Singh, create a festive treat with spices and flavours.

There are kebabs such as Paneer nu Soola and other items like Papad ki sheek, Boti din raat, Banjara murgh, Bhindijaipuri, Govind gatta curry, Dal bhati churma Lalmans, Gate ki sabji, Pyaaz paneer, Missri roti accompanied by varieties of chutney like kachri, imli, lason and tamata There are also different varieties of desserts such as Malai Ghewar and Mal Puva.

Jegdeshan, F&B Manager says, “The aroma of Rajasthani cuisines is sure to lift your spirits and take you on a pleasurable culinary journey.”

Some of the other highlights of the fest are Veg jalfrezi, Ker sangari, Dahi pappad ki sabzi, Murgh biryani, Red murgh curry, Safed mans, Malai gehewar and Churma ke ladoo.

The Rajasthani Food Festival is on at Puran Da Dhabba at The Pride Hotel, Kilpauk till December 20.

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