Fit for the fest

Delicious meals

Fit for the fest

Fasting is primarily about detoxing and cleansing one’s body. However, gorging just once on sweets and savouries especially crafted for the fasting season wouldn’t harm. And that’s precisely why you should be heading to Khandani Rajdhani— to savour an assortment of delicious dishes prepared as part of their ‘Navratri Vrat Thali’. Maharajas at the pure vegetarian restaurant chain have made the delicacies using ingredients particularly consumed during the Navratri fast.

The special ‘vrat’ thali contains a wide variety of dishes such as ‘Farali pattice’, ‘Kuttu ki pakodi’, ‘Singoda ki pakodi’, ‘Sabudana wada’, ‘Kele ki sabzi’, ‘Rajgira thali peeth’, ‘Sukhi arbi’, ‘Sabudana khichdi’, ‘Samo rice’, ‘Kuttu ki puri’, ‘Rajgira thepla’, ‘Tomato dal’, ‘Batata sukha bhaji’, ‘Tomato paneer subzi’, ‘Shakkarkand halwa’, ‘Khas ki kheer’, ‘chhaach’ and many more on a rotational menu.

“The Navratri spread is cooked fresh in pure ghee. It is a strictly ‘no onion, no garlic’ meal and we use a specific ‘vrat’ salt called ‘Sendha namak’. As far as spices are concerned, the food is flavoured only with ‘jeera’ and finely chopped green chillies,” says Maharaja Hemaram Choudhary, corporate chef.

“There are not many places  that serve food meant for the fasting season. We aim to provide our customers with variety and great taste through these ‘vrat’ thalis,” says manager Ramkishan Devasi.

The fast fare is available at all outlets from 12 pm to 3.30 pm and 7 pm to 11 pm from October 13 to 22.

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