Celebrating the cuisine of the Nizams, Jaipur Marriott is hosting a Hyderabadi Food Festival from November 23 – 30 at Saffron, its Indian specialty restaurant. Chef Qadir Khan, an Indian specialty chef whose skills and deep expertise lie in Hyderabadi cuisine has recently joined the Jaipur Marriott team.
At the Food Festival, Chef Qadir will present a range of his signature dishes echoing the rich history of Hyderabadi cuisine that evolved in the kitchens of the Nizams.
Blending age old spices that characterize Hyderabadi cuisine, the festival will showcase a wide spread of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. Featuring an array of mouth watering delicacies, this rich and scrumptious feast includes a range of Shorbas (soups) and an array of Kebabs such as Subz Till ke Seekh, Palak Chane ki Shammi, Tarashey Kebab, among others.
The main course is a delightful culinary journey with vegetarian options such as Siya Mirch Aloo, Subz Abeer, Paneer Chat Patta and non-vegetarian items like Haleem, Begmati Do Piyaza, Deghi Gosht and Pudina Machli ka Salan.
With an assortment of traditional breads like Sheermal, Naan, Paratha and Roti to go with, the food festival at Saffron is an incomparable fare.
Hyderabadi cuisine is incomplete without Biryani; and the feast at Saffron offers Tarkari Biryani in vegetarian, Kachche Gosht ki Biryani and Sofiyani Biryani in non-vegetarian. Rounding off this perfect feast is a range of traditional desserts such as Khubani ka Meetha, Uroosa, Double ka Meetha and Sheer Khurma.
At the end of the festival on November 30, the restaurant is introducing a new à la carte menu with signature dishes from North India and Hyderabad.
India Infoline News Service / 11:17, Apr 24, 2015
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