Rajasthan is one of my favourite countries in India. One of the bigger reason being their authentic and delicious food and their hospitality. Travel anywhere in Rajasthan and you’ll notice how the settings are always old, beautiful and majestic, and proceedings always polished and hip. The history and culture of Rajasthan are still alive and breathing through their magnificent palaces and rich cuisine.
I got an opportunity, yet again, to experience the opulence of Rajasthan at Jamavar, The Leela. This time, Chef Surender Mohan curated a menu that comprised of most popular dishes from different parts of Rajasthan. The flavours were finger-licking good. From appetizers to desserts, the standards only kept risings with every course. When asked for the secret behind such a succulent regal spread, words like traditional Rajgharana recipes, authentic ingredients and desi ghee fell on our ears.
source link Appetizers:
Depakote no prescription Paneer Ke Sooley
cottage cheese marinated in brown onion and curd, flavoured with Mathania chilli
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a famous street delicacy of Ajmer
Mawey aur Mewey Ki Seekh
garden fresh vegetable skewers
Arbi akhrot ki Tikki
colocasia and walnut shallow fry tikki
Bharwaan Gucchi Kesar
morel stuffed with caraway seed spiced milk cake, simmered in saffron gravy
cottage cheese stir-fried with onion, tomato, green chilli and spices
Govind Gatta Curry
gram flour dumpling simmered in yoghurt curry
Sangri ke Kofte
desert beans dumpling cooked with dried mango and yoghurt
Dal Baati Churma
lentil, chutney and wheat flour dumpling served with dal
Aloo Aur Chana Dal Ki Khichadi
rice cooked with lentils, potato and spices
The mains were served with assorted bread.
Would you like to have a royal affair with Rajasthan? Then Jamavar at the Leela Mumbai is where you should be headed before the 31st of July, 2016 ( 19:00 hrs – 00:00 hrs ). To make reservations or for more details call on 6691 1350 / 51