Delights of Malabar
Appam, paratha, puttu, traditional Malabari rice, Chemmeen thakkali charu -Malabar food festival at Aditya...
Appam, paratha, puttu, traditional Malabari rice, Chemmeen thakkali charu -Malabar food festival at Aditya Hometel offers the familiar and not so familiar flavours of the delectable cuisine
Malabar cuisine is noted for its variety and an authentic flavours with a rich selection of ingredients. Malabar food is generally mildly flavoured and gently cooked. The cuisine is so popular that some of the items have found their way into buffet menus of many restaurants in the city. Want to explore the rich traditional Malabar cuisine? Head over to Aditya Hometel and you are in for a delectable treat.
Aditya Hometel is organising “Malabar food festival” from August 15 to 25 during lunch and dinner at “Flavours” restaurant. The specially designed food festival offers an array of mouth-watering Malabar delicacies. One can enjoy the cuisine which is rich in tradition and taste. Malabar delights include the ethnic recipes such as appam, paratha, puttu, traditional Malabari rice, Chemmeen thakkali charu, pathiri, appam, koonthal ularthiyathu, chemmeen, neyyappam, ayala porichathu, kallumekai ularthu, kinnathappam, etc.
“Our team of chefs will demonstrate unique culinary expertise in full view of all our diners at the heart of our restaurant. Sweet treats will be traditional Malabari desserts like sukhian, ariunda, kinnathappam, etc,” says Master Chef Shankar Narayanan.
Sriram General Manager, Aditya Hometel Hyderabad, said “We at Aditya Hometel have organised a special Malabar food festival for the Hyderabadis, to enjoy the taste and flavours of Malabar cuisine. It’s one of the most sought after cuisines in India. During the festival one can taste the different varieties of dishes which are especially made in the traditional format. Our guests have always appreciated the food and we are sure that the Malabar Food Festival will give them a great experience.”
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