Celebrating Hyderabadi food

Celebrating Hyderabadi food

Royal flavours

Hyderabadi cuisine is a legacy passed onto us by the Nizams of Hyderabad. The cuisine is known for its rich flavours and fine texture. It is a blend of Mughlai and North Indian cuisine, with an influence of spices and herbs of the native region. What makes Hyderabadi cuisine unique is the use of ingredients, carefully chosen and cooked to perfection.

The Great Kabab Factory (TGKF), a contemporary casual dining restaurant at Radisson Blu Plaza, Mahipalpur, is all set to take their visitor on a culinary journey with its upcoming
‘Hyderabadi Food Festival’ from April 22 to May 1. Adding a contemporary twist to the ancient recipes of kebabs and biryani, one can experience mouth-watering
kebabs prepared in seven different styles: roasted on the tandoor or on a singhri; shallow-fried in a tawa or a mahi tawa; deep-fried in a kadhai; steamed in pots or even grilled on a stone.

Cooked in a traditional way using utensils made of copper, brass, earthen pots, Chef
Meraj Ul Haque and his team have made sure that the dishes taste authentic.
 The dishes from this fabled kitchen includes Falaknuma Chooza, Hyderabadi Chop, Handi Gola Kebab, Gosht Haydri Seekh, Lahsoon ka khas chooza, Kathal Mave Masala ki seekh, Loki Mussalam, Kaddu Dalcha, Gosht kairi ka gosh among others.

When Metrolife went for the preview of the festival held last Sunday, the menu had galouti kebabs, Lazaaz Paneer Tikka, Imli aur Curry Pattey ke Aloo, Singharey ke Tinkey, Sufiyana Salad, Phal aur Subz ki Shammi and Hyderabadi Subz Biryani among the
vegetarian options and Pudina Jheenga, Nilgiri Murgh Tikka, Andhra Macchi Fry and Hyderabadi Murgh Biryani for non vegetarians. For the main course, there was Dal Factory, Khatti Dal, Paneer Nizami Korma and Haleem.

For the sweet tooth, they have Sheer Korma, Chakunder ka Halwa, Badam ki Jhab, Double ka meetha, Phirni and many more. The section also offers Tinka Kulfi, Malai Chaap, Suji Ki Phirni, Balushahi and Jalebi with Rabri.

So head to the festival to get a taste of royal Hyderabadi flavours. You might get something surprising in the menu. n Address: Radisson Blu Plaza Delhi, National Highway 8, Mahipalpur, near IGI Airport.n Meal for one: Rs 2,050 plus taxes (Veg), Rs 2,250 plus taxes (Non veg) n For reservation call: 26779191, 9958638279.

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