Bukhara, ITC MauryaFOOD REVIEW: Known for its famous dal makhani, this restaurant has been graced by international celebrities and political figures over the years for its world famous Indian delicacies and rustic Indian decor. Now being a foodie, it was only time that I gave this food wonder of the world a try.Even though I had to wait at the bar for an hour, I must say it was worth it. The cocktails created by the bartenders were DELICIOUS! However the food, a little disheartening.As a solo diner I decided to order from the set menu. Now, I must admit the set menu was tempting for sure. Although, what arrived wasn't fulfilling. The tandoori naan was brittle, cold and bland. The paneer tikka which was soft as cotton in terms of texture, failed to give me that burst of spice through its marination.My best tip for the non veg lovers would be to avoid the chicken and instead opt for lamb. The chicken fails to make you crave for more. Even though after being cooked in tandoor, the smokiness is no where to be found on the palate. Now, as promised by the restaurant, their dal makhani which is cooked for over 18 hours is definitely the bomb! You don't need any bread or rice to experience the creaminess of the black lentil. With such a varied platter being offered for dinner, the restaurant did achieve to attain a special place in my heart and my stomach. However, with the cost in question, I give the restaurant a 6/10...#foodreview#foodie#food#bukhara#indiancuisine#restaurants#foodporn#TheFoodBaby#ITCMaurya#instafood#foodblog#UKblogger#Indianblogger ..(So as everyone knows about my love for food, after a lot of recommendations with tons of support , I have come to a conclusion of starting a food blog. So keep an eye out for the tempting reviews and a blog that's coming VERY soon!!)
KERALA STYLE EGG ROAST!Back home, people have egg roast with appam or idiyappam (google it if you do not know what I’m talking about). But due to our dietary needs I made coconut almond flour flat bread to go with it instead of appam. .This recipe is so simple that we don’t need to spend too much time in the kitchen. But, as I add only little oil, it might take a little longer than usual for the onions to get caramelized. The key ingredient of my dish is the homemade garam masala. I have shared our family recipe few months back. We generally have egg roast and bread for breakfast. .Will soon post the recipe.
#Repost @masterchefmom ・・・🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳India is known for its unity in diversity. The best example for this is in our Great cuisine🙌🏻🙌🏻. With the same ingredients we create such incredibly tasty food with the unique local flavours. With the different Lentils/dal we dish out the amazing Sambar, Pappu , Varan, Yellow Dal Tadka , cholar dal. With the same Brinjal/aubergine, we dish out Ennai Kathirikai, Guthi vankaya kura , Begun Bhaja and Baingan Bartha. With the same set of vegetables, we dish out the amazing Bhaji for Pav, use them in Biryani , make Kurma , Vegetable Stew and also pakoras. Rice becomes Idli, Dosai, Appam, Neer Dosa , Pathiri, Chawal roti, Akki roti , Modak in different parts of our great country, The Jangri becomes Imarti, The Payasam becomes Kheer. We may be from diverse backgrounds, but it would not be wrong to say, we are all united by our love for food, the great Indian food🙏🏻🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 Happy Independence Day 🙏🏻🇮🇳....#masterchefmom#independenceday#independenceday2017#india#indiancuisine#indianfood#traditionalfood#homefood#greatindianfood#realindianfood#thefeedfeed#instaphoto#instagram#indian#food#homemade