We all nurture a hidden love for those age old recipes that have lost their presence in the worls of pizzas and paastas. And realizing that Renaissance Mumbai has curated an amazing festival for you .
Fast or Foreign-food can sometimes be a winner when it comes to lunch or dinner in our fast-paced, on-the-move lives. But there is an inherent feeling of something that’s missing for your taste-buds and tummy. And that’s nothing but the lip-smacking, authentic dish cooked traditionally by our great grandmother that brings moistness to our palate just by a mere mention. No matter how much we actually relish the lust of Italian, Continental or other such dishes, our heart still warms to that magic of traditional food. Renaissance Mumbai is all excited to host Mitti Ki Khushboo festival which revives the lost recipes through the secret of the soil at Nawab Saheb.
The menu has been constructed with dishes that are an indispensable part of most Indian thalis with their tasteful variations and peculiarities. The curated menu includes Mitti ka Tandoor dishes such as Gulberi Paneer Tikki, Kankwari Maas, Gokarna Lobster, Gharapur ki Machchli and Balti ki bhatti preparations like Korari ki Seekh, Belekari ka Jheenga. Mitti Ka Tawa dishes like Jari Bazaar ki Tikki, Luni ki Machchi along with Khurja dishes Khurjewala Murgh, Dahi ki Taliyah and others are included. Shirazi Kofte, Matke ki Dal, Yakhni Biryani, etc. are the Matka cooked dishes.
Deg preparations like Kaju Makhana ka Deg, Baradari Kaju Kadhai and many more. All this is accompanied by a variety of rice and Indian breads. To top it off, the appealing desserts will include Mishti Doi, Lacchedar Rabri, Matkewali Basundi and other traditional items.
Come explore all that our ancient food traditions have to offer and eat as our ancestors ate, delicious food made in clay pots and pans, forever carrying the scent of the soil with them.
What: Mitti Ki Khushboo
When: 16th to 25th March ‘18
Where: Nawab Saheb, Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel
Time: 07.00 pm – 11.30 pm
Taste the secrets buried deep under the earth during the Mitti Ki Khushboo festival at Nawab Saheb