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Awadhi food festival at Dilli 32, Kempinski Ambience, Delhi

There’s a popular saying, that the higher you want to rise, the closer you should remain to your roots. The moment you lose contact with your roots, you start losing ‘something’ unexplainable!┬áThe same concept applies to food. Keep it close to it’s roots, as close to it’s original flavor as possible, and people will keep coming back to it, again and again. In a country with as diverse cuisines as ours, the options are unlimited when it comes to taking your taste buds on a trip. Take a trip down memory lane with us, and savour some authentic Awadhi food from the land of the Nawabs at the ongoing Awadhi Food Festival at Dilli32, Kempinski Ambience Hotel, Delhi. Read on for a mouth watering journey ­čśë
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Jashn-e-Awadh food festival {Paatra}

Let’s begin this conversation with the hottest topic in town- authentic food/ cuisines or fusion food- what’s your fancy?

I, for one, relish authentic delicacies more than fusion food, which, whether we like it or not, is here to stay!

The old-world charm and subtle balance of flavors that is associated with authentic dishes, and the numerous stories that the chefs and food enthusiasts come up with in relation to a particular dish is what makes a dish more interesting, apart from the very obvious factor- taste. Each person has a story to tell when it comes to such food, and a memory attached with it, be it that of travel or having had that dish on a special occassion. Sitting with foodies, gorging on authentic, centuries-old recipes which have been passed down from one generation to another, and listening to all these stories was the order of the day yesterday, when I was invited to the Jashn-e-Awadh food festival being held at ‘Paatra’ at Japyee Greens Golf & Spa Resort, Greater Noida.

paatraThe chefs who have come down from Bawarchi Tola, turned out one Nawabi (Royal) dish after the other for all of there, and with each dish, all we could say was- Masha-allah! Continue reading Jashn-e-Awadh food festival {Paatra}

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