To go through what I had this time –
Thaalagam Kootu – A unique yet simple preparation of steamed vegetables with asafetida, curry leaves, tamarind and jaggery. This gave a sweet, sour and tangy taste to the dish, which I have never tried before.
Phindi Miriyam – Seasonal fried vegetables cooked in urad dal with jeera and coconut paste. Simple preparation yet delicious.
Kalyana Mor Kuzhanbhu – Fried bonda dipped in yogurt-based gravy from Kanyakumari & Tirunelveli district. At first glance, this looked like kadhi-pakoda to me. However, it was something different to try, all the way from South. Mildly flavored curry with bondas tasted good with laccha paratha.
Gobhi Dhantel ki Sabzi – The most simplistic preparation of cauliflower. Rich in fiber and goes well with roti.
After having stuffed enough there was no space left in my tummy to check out the buffet menu and hence, I headed to the dessert section.
A huge spread of dessert is always fascinating. Tried a few things, which were delicious, and Mud cake deserves a special mention for sure.What – Mythical Masalas – The Lost Recipes, Food Festival
Where – Eighty Eight, Hyatt, Kalyani Nagar, Pune
Duration – 10th Mar – 20th Mar
Time -7:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Cost – 1450/- PP
Thanks for hosting us Reach Out PR team and Eighty Eight team. Had a wonderful time.