Pune: Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi today took his caravan to Pune, the city of food lovers, to experiment with the traditional dishes and create mouthwatering fusions. From spicey Misal to Kothimbir Wadi, the famous Pune dishes got a fun twist and blend of local and fusion magic created by Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi. Taking forward Pune’s love for good food, he wove his magic to create Makhni Misal.
In association with Tata Salt and Tata Sampann, Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi’s magical dishes were not just about taste, but also served health and nutrition. Some of the dishes were made using Tata Sampann 100% unpolished dal, which is as nutritious as it is tasty, and a pinch of Desh ka Namak, Tata Salt. The desi tadka to the dishes were rendered by Tata Sampann authentic spices sourced from the best of farms and with low oil absorbing Tata Sampann Besan. These are of superior quality, full of natural spice oils, thereby, delivering superior flavor, aroma and taste to Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi’s dishes.
Spreading and celebrating the love for food, Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi’s ‘Desh Ka Swad’ will continue this voyage in 5 cities and will experiment with authentic Maharashtrian, Gujarati and Himachali dishes on his visit to these destinations.
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