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Showing posts with label Vegetarian. Show all posts

Enjoy the Busy Bee Lunch at Kylin Premier Vasant Kunj


India 28 November 2016: Take a tempting break from your work and be ready for a Busy Bee Lunch! @ Kylin Premier

Enjoy the three course pan Asian meal at very stumpy price

Enjoy the Busy Bee Lunch at Kylin Premier Vasant Kunj

Transform your hectic day into fun day by head out to Kylin Premier to grab quick and delicious 3 course Pan Asian meal. There is no greater joy than a good meal in a cheery ambiance with attentive service. Take a tempting break from work and enjoy some scrumptious food with your pals.

Kylin Premier has put together a taste of the best, with a specially curated three-course Busy Bee Lunch. This Pan Asian treat includes Soup + Main Course + Dessert at the price of 495 for Vegetarian and 595 for Non-Vegetarian.  Come alone or with your team and enjoy great Pan Asian dishes in tune with the rapidly evolving culinary and cultural landscape of South East Asia.

Time: 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm

Days: Monday to Friday

Price: 
•Vegetarian at INR 495++
•Non - Vegetarian at INR 595++

Address: Kylin Premier, 3rd Floor, Ambience Mall, Vasant Kunj

Contact:   +91-9871757744

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DIM SUMS AND SATAYS AT MY FORTUNE BENGALURU


21st October 2016, Bengaluru: My Café, the 24-hour multi cuisine restaurant at My Fortune Bengaluru, presents the Dim Sums and Satay festival. Treat yourself to a fabulous culinary journey of traditional and modern variants of Dimsums and Satays.

DIM SUMS AND SATAYS AT MY FORTUNE BENGALURU

DIM SUMS AND SATAYS AT MY FORTUNE BENGALURU

DIM SUMS AND SATAYS AT MY FORTUNE BENGALURU
DIM SUMS AND SATAYS AT MY FORTUNE BENGALURU

The menu offers a wide variety of Dimsums and Satays that promise to leave both vegetarians and non-vegetarians replete and amazed. The vegetarian Dimsums play with flavours and textures by including ingredients such as Chinese cabbage, shitake mushroom and glass noodles, Pak choi, water chestnut sui mai and silken tofu kothe. The non-vegetarian range includes innovative chicken with roasted garlic dumplings, shrimp, bamboo shoot and water chestnut sui mai among other delicacies. The dim sums are served with chilli oil, spring onion dip, soya sauce and sweet chilli coriander dip.

The vegetarian satays include tofu and bell pepper, exotic vegetables and mushrooms alongside baby corn. The non-vegetarian satays will present offerings from prawns, fish and chicken.

*Please note that the timing for lunch is 12:00 pm to 3:30 pm and dinner timing is 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm.

For more information, please visit our website: www.fortunehotels.in
What – Dim Sums and Satays Festival at My Fortune Bengaluru
When – 21st – 30th Oct 2016
Where – My Café, My Fortune Bengaluru


For additional details / reservations please call:
My Fortune Bengaluru
No 46, Richmond Road,Tel: 080- 25001700
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Tpot Introduces Special Navratri Menu


India 4 October 2016: Navratri is here again, it is the time to indulge in a nine-day long festival of fasting and feasting. No festival is complete without savoring mouth-watering delicacies, and Navratri is no different from the rest.

This Navratri, Tpot is serving special menu for nine days, in which Delhi and NCR people can have a taste of the traditional festival food. The special menu includes Samak Rice, Badam Milk, Sandwich and Navratre Special Chips and snacks starting @ Rs. 69. The menu will be available across all Tpot’s outlet.
Tpot Introduces Special Navratri Menu

Turn Vegetarian this Navratri with Tpot!


About Tpot Café

TPot Cafe - Where a Fresh Cup of Conversation Starts! Established in December 2013, TPot Café is on its way to become a pioneer of Tea culture in Delhi.  Be it moody monsoon, scorching summer or windy winters, tea lovers somehow always find indisputable reasons to grab a hot cuppa of tea, therefore TPot Café is the place to be.  A perfect outlet to hang out, relax, rejuvenate and charge your spirits to make the most of an exhausting working day.

From kadak desi chai to Darjeeling organic tea, masala khullad to white teas, we serve around 40 varieties of tea.  The snacks menu has an interesting mix of Italian,Thai and Mexican delicacies customized to suit the Indian taste.
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Paneer bhurjee dry recipe



Paneer bhurjee dry recipe
 Paneer bhurjee dry recipe

Paneer also known as cottage cheese is common in South Asian cuisines that is Indian, Pakistani, Afghani, and Bangladeshi cuisines. It is very easy to make Paneer, since it does not require the use of rennet, no ageing or culturing. It is completely a vegetarian product. It is made by curdling heated milk with lemon juice, vinegar, or any other food acids. Its famously called chhena in eastern india and in Bangladesh. Paneer is a very popular ingredient for curries, particularly in the north. Paneer us a super health food as it is a rich source of calcium, phosphorus, vitamins, minerals and protein which are required by the body in high proportions for healthy growth and development. By the looks of it paneer is white like milk and comes in form of blocks. So now that I have enlightened you about paneer lets move ahead to todays special recipe.


Todays special recipe is paneer bhurjee. 
 
Paneer bhurjee dry recipe
 Paneer bhurjee dry recipe Picture

What is paneer bhurjee? Does it have egg?

Bhurjee is mostly associated with a dish made using egg. But  Paneer bhurjee doesn't contain egg, its a pure vegetarian dish. Bhurjee basically means a crumbled mixture. Paneer bhurjee is a dish prepared using grated or crumbled paneer with a mixture of onions and tomatoes and some awesome masalas.

So what do we need to make this awesome paneer bhurjee?

We will need a pack of fresh paneer block. A couple of onions, a tomato, ginger garlic paste, couple of chillies, red chilli powder, some chopped coriander. And yes dont forget kitchen king masala its a mix of some of the awesomest spices.


How do we prepare this easy paneer bhurjee recipe?

This is one of the easy paneer recipes. For making paneer bhurjee

  • Firstly take a frying pan.
  • Heat some oil and add the finely chopped onions.
  • Let the onions cook till they are translucent.
  • Now add the diced tomatoes and let them cook till they get soft.
  • Add ginger garlic paste.
  • Add some turmeric and chilli powder and mix well.
  • Once the oil starts separating add the grated or crumbed paneer and mix well and cook for two minutes.
  • Now add a spoon of kitchen king masala.
  • Garnish it with chopped coriander.
  • Your super easy paneer bhurjee is ready to be served.

Ingredients :

  • 300 gms fresh paneer
  • 1 onion finely chopped
  • 1 tomato finely chopped
  • Chilli powder
  • 1 green chilli chopped
  • 1/4 teaspoon turmeric
  • 1/4 teaspoon cumin seeds
  • 2 tablespoons cooking oil
  • Chopped fresh coriander to garnish
  • Salt to taste
  • Kitchen king masala

Do let us know your experience of making this super easy paneer bhurjee in the comments below
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Experience the refreshed ‘Taste of Yauatcha’ menu



Monday to Friday, 12 noon until 7 pm


India 18 July 2016: Yauatcha, the dim sum teahouse from Londonis set to unveil a refreshed ‘Taste of Yauatcha’ menu across its locations in India. The five course menu curated by Head Chef Wang Yixuan will feature a soup and a salad, 2 varieties of dim sums followed by mains and a dessert.

Experience the refreshed ‘Taste of Yauatcha’ menu

Experience the refreshed ‘Taste of Yauatcha’ menu

Experience the refreshed ‘Taste of Yauatcha’ menu


The meticulously created menu includesYauatcha’s delicious offerings designed specifically to sit back and enjoy a hearty meal with your loved ones amidst the beautiful interiors of the restaurant. Start off the set course meal with theslightly tangy Hot and sour soup with shredded chicken or thesubtly flavoured Asian greens soup with tofu followed by Mixed salad with lotus root.

At Yauatcha, one cannot miss out on the delicious dim sumwith a myriad of vegetarian and non vegetarian options like the Chicken char sui bun, Chicken and coriander dumpling, Chicken and prawn Har Gau or the Vegetable crystal dumpling, Vegetable chive dumpling and Truffle and English carrot dumpling. For the mains, one can opt in for either the Stir-fry French beans, Stir-fry vegetables with fragrant chili sauce or the Wok fried vegetarian chicken in spicy saucefrom the vegetarian menu or the Stir-fry kamheong lamb, Stir-fry chicken with Szechuan peppercorn, Steamed Indian salmon in spicy black bean sauce accompanied with Chinese greens from the non vegetarian menu. You can pair this up with eitherHo fan noodle or the Chicken or Tobanfried rice to cater to varied palates.

End this meal on a sweet note with Yauatcha’sMango mascarpone gateau or the famedReligieuse.


About YAUATCHA:

Yauatcha is a Chinese dim sum teahouse offering an all-day dining experience. Launched in 2004 in the heart of Soho in London, Yauatcha gained immediate critical acclaim and received its Michelin star within a year of opening which it continues to maintain. Yauatcha provides a unique dining experience, offering authentic dim sum with a contemporary influence as well as wok dishes and other small eats. The concept is a modern interpretation of the traditional Chinese teahouse featuring a wide range of Chinese, Indian, Japanese and Taiwanese teas. Yauatcha is also known for its handmade petitsgâteaux, macarons available both a la carte and retail.

Yauatcha is currently located in London, in Soho and in the City, as well as in Mumbai, New Delhi, Bengaluru and Kolkata, and will be launching in Houston and Honolulu in 2016.

What: Taste of Yauatcha menu


Where: Level 5, 1 MG Road Mall, MG Road,, 1 MG Road, Bengaluru – 560008

When:Monday to Friday, 12pm until 7pm

Price: Rs 888* for vegetarian and Rs 988* for regular

Contact: 092222 22800



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Chance to romance at Saptami, Holiday Inn, Sakinaka, Andheri East


Saptami- the multi-cuisine all day dining restaurant at Holiday Inn Mumbai International Airport , Sakinaka, Andheri East will be ideal venue for those looking to have a romantic dinner on Valentines Day. Aesthetic decorations in valentines’ colors of red, white and purple along with music promises to make the evening a memorable one.

The executive chef Sudhir Pai has prepared a menu which consists of soups, starters, main course and desserts. The menu has been made keeping in mind both vegetarian and non vegetarian food lovers. The soups on the menu are Only for you, golden pearl of corn, Blue Lagoon-Mediterranean coconut and seafood broth. The starters consist of  Pehala Nasha -Hariyali Seekh, Ishq Mohabbat -Murgh Multani Tikka. Other main course preparations include, Herb Scented fish in Arms Of Blanc, Pyar ki Aag - Murg dum biryani, Pork Hot pot, Made for each other -Miloni Tarkari, Paneer Mutter Malai etc.

Chance to romance at Saptami, Holiday Inn, Sakinaka, Andheri East

The desserts Chocolate crunchy whisky cake, Five spices chocolate mousse, Cozy cuddle -Prunes and apricot cheese cake slice, Mio Amore -Pineapple compote with mascarpone cheese in glass, Baked cheese cake with raspberry, White wine jelly with fruit in glass, Express Seduction -Lemon ricotta cheese tart, Strawberry French cream Pavlov, Wild berry yogurt mousse sugar free

Exclusive Dinner at SkyTerrace, Holiday Inn
If you are looking for an exclusive dinner and want to be treated like a prince and princess than sky terrace at Holiday Inn is the place to be. Only six table will be laid on a 4000 plus square feet of terrace. The couple can order their choice of food. The offer for only six couples have been priced at Rs 12000 AI on Feb 14.

Venue: Saptami, Holiday Inn, Sakina Junction, Andheri East Mumbai.
Pricing: 2988 plus taxes per couple,
Timings: dinner 7.30 pm to 11.30 pm
Date: Feb 14, 2015
For reservations contact:  022-40851800
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ANDHRA FOOD FESTIVAL AT SOUTH OF VINDHYAS, THE ORCHID

ANDHRA FOOD FESTIVAL AT SOUTH OF VINDHYAS, THE ORCHID
South of Vindhyas at Asia’s first five star ecotel, The Orchid invites you to the Andhra Food Festival. Chef Bala has prepared a sit down buffet which will showcase the best vegetarian, non vegetarian and sea food delicacies from the coastal state.  Relish mouthwatering dishes such as Gulti Wonkai, Spicy Kodi Kurma, Mammusum Pulsu etc during the eleven day long festival which starts from Jan 30.

 Andhra Pradesh is a leading producer of red chilies and other spices, due to which the traditional dishes are hot and spicy.  The coastline provides an amazing range of sea food as well. Besides, there are a diverse range of meat delicacies which are distinct to this south Indian state.

The sit down buffet will have starters like corn vada, masala vada,  venchina royyalu (sauted masala prawns), chappa vepudu (spicy fried fish)  kodi roast (chicken roast)  etc.

Non vegetarians have plenty of options for the main course. They can feast on kodi kura, kodi roast, masala chaps etc. Sea food lovers can feast on royyala pulusu (prawn in tangy gravy), pithala Kura, squid fry, fish tomato curry, chappala pulusu and much more. The vegetarians can choose from bendakkai poriyal, gulti wonkai (brinjal cooked in grounded masala), kakarkai vepudu, bangle dumba vepudu,  kuruma pulusu (jackfruit curry) dhapalam (mixed vegetables preparation) and loads of other dishes. Rice chapatti and dibba roti (thick grain pancake) are the special Indian that which will be served. The desserts include semiyan payasam, kobri payasam and more.

Venue: South of Vindhyas, The Orchid, Adjacent to domestic airport, Vile parle east Mumbai 99
Date: Jan 30 to Feb 9 2015
Timings: lunch (12 30 to 3.30 pm), dinner (8 pm to 11.30 pm)
Pricing: Rs 1300 veg , Rs 1500 non veg, Rs 1700  seafood sit down buffet (plus taxes)
For reservations contact: 022- 26164040
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