Pune: After exploring the region of Garhwal the chefs at Sheraton Grand Pune Bund Garden Hotel are moving down south to discover another unique cuisine. Sattvik cuisine has recently gained popularity with urban Indians attempting to lead a healthier lifestyle. Mix that up with some traditional Tam Brahm cuisine and you get a firecracker of a menu which isn’t just healthy and organic but also delicious. This cuisine incorporates a lot of forgotten vegetables like Yams, Colocasia, Drumstick, White and Yellow Pumpkins, Ridge Gourd (torai), Raw Banana etc.
Sattvik food curator and writer Ms. Gita Hari will be sharing some of her choicest recipes with our chefs. The menu will include Paanagam, a variety of Rasams, Kosumalli (chana dal and grated carrot with lemon juice) Vathakozhambu (berry in tamarind gravy), White Pumpkin Molaguttal
(lentil and coconut based), Morkootan (curd-coconut-green chilli based), Kurukku Kaalan (dense curd with coconut-green chilli and peppery hints), Amma’s Potato Curry, Colocasia Masiyal and much more!
Sattvik cuisine is definitely healthy but will not lack in indulging your sweet tooth. There will be quite a few traditional desserts such as Paruppu Pradhaman, Nei Payasam, Semiya/Rava Kesari, Pal Payasam and Coconut Barfi to choose from!
So, head to Feast to experience this exotic cuisine!
For more details visit: bit.ly/FEASTRESTAURANT
Where: Feast, Sheraton Grand Pune Bund Garden Hotel
What: Sattvik TamBrahm Food Festival
Date & Time: 2nd – 11th October 2019, 07:00 pm onwards
Price: INR 1,400 + taxes per person
Contact: +91 7720004877, 020 66411111
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