LAKHNAWI ANDAAZ

Start: 10-07-2017

SRM Hotel and SRM Institute of Hotel Management jointly organizing Food Festival in name of ‘LakhnawiAndaaz’

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Lucknow, the capital city of Uttar Pradesh is also the largest city of the same and the twelfth most populous urban agglomeration of India. It is known as a multicultural city that flourished as a North Indian cultural and artistic hub, and the seat of power of Nawabs in the 18th and 19th centuries. It continues to be an important centre of governance, administration, education, commerce, aerospace, finance, pharmaceuticals, technology, design, culture, tourism, music and poetry.

'The city of Nawabs' is like a quintessential gourmet central for every food enthusiast. The traditional food of Lucknow was highly patronized by the nawabs of Lucknow during their time, thus giving it a royal touch. The royal chefs and cooks were trained to render an exquisite culinary spread, fit for nawabi taste.

Lakhnawi cuisine is delightful, especially for a non-vegetarian. You have a wide range of kebabs, parathas, brilliant naans, mouth-watering kachoris, creamy kulfis and many more scintillating preparations like kormas, kaliya, nahari-kulchas, zarda, sheermal, roomalirotis and warqi parathas to appease your taste buds.

The Awadh region has its own distinct "Nawabi"-style cuisine. The best-known dishes of this area consist of biryanis, kebabs and breads. Kebabs are served in a variety of styles; kakori, galawati, shami, boti, patili-ke, ghutwa and seekh are among the available varieties The Tunde ke kabab restaurant has operated for more than a century and is the most popular source of kebabs. The reputation of Lucknow's kebabs is not limited to the local population and the dish attracts people not only from other cities but also from other countries.

The cooking technique usually incorporates the 'dum style' where the food is cooked over a low flame. The balanced blend of spices and the use of aromatic and fiery masalas like saffron, red chilli, cinnamon, cardamom, etc, give Lucknawi food a distinct flavour. It is not just about the ingredients that simmer in the cooking  pot, but also the way they are cooked and the meticulously elaborate way in which the final dish is presented.  It is a skill that has been acquired by rigorous practice and is something that has been carried down by generations over the years.

This authenticity has set its remarkable beginning in the ‘Pool View Restaurant Of SRM Hotel’ where the nawabi platter has been arranged for your dinner table, putting together a royal menu in LAKHNAWI ANDAAZ, to experience the brilliance of Lakhnawi food.

The spectacular array of Lucknawi food in the SRM Hotel’s Pool View Hotel Restaurant inludes

Galouti Kebab

  • Kebabs are an all time favorite food in Lucknow.
  • Try these delicious kebabs flavored with hot spices and peppercorns, sprinkled with lemon juice.

Chicken Shammi Kebab

  • Juicy chicken kebabs mixed with chana dal and aromatic spices, smeared with eggsand fried crisp.

Sheermal

  • Golden dough made of flour, sugar, milk and flavored with saffron, cooked until brown and served brushed with ghee.

Dum MurgkiKacchi Biryani

  • Marinated chicken flavored with saffron, milk and a host of masalas, combined with rice to cook up a steaming biryani.

Kakori Kebab

  • These melt-in-your-mouth kebabs are a star of Lucknawi dinner parties! Minced lamb or mutton is smeared with a luscious marinade of aromatic spices and grilled beautiful. 
  • It derives its name from the city of Kakori on the outskirts of Lucknow.

Dum AlooLakhnavi

  • Crispy fried potatoes stuffed with paneer and traditional spices, blended with savory tomato, onion gravy and served hot.

MurgShahi Korma

  • Creamy chicken curry, with a distinct nutty taste, laced with piquant spices.
  • This is one of the traditional royal recipes of the Lucknawi cuisine.

Pasanday

  • Mutton is cooked till tender in a marinade of fiery spices, gravy and garnished with cream and almonds.
  • This one is an absolute crowd pleaser.

ShahiTukda with Pineapple

  • Fairly easy to make, Shahitukda is a rich and delicious blend of saffron infused milk, bread and pineapple garnished with almonds and pistachios.

All these mouth salivating dishes will be appealing to the eyes, kindling the stomach’s hunger, tickling the taste buds and the service rendered will make the hearts delight and enrich you with the fullness of satisfaction.
SRM School of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, SRM University,  invites you whole heartedly to experience the lavishness and the grandeur of LAKHNAWI ANDAAZ from 10th  July to 24th July.

 

 

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