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Royal food fest on anvil

Jamshedpur, April 3: Food festival is once again back in Jamshedpur, but this time with traditional delight right from the Awadhi bylanes.

Hotel Ganga Regency that opened doors in 2006 would organise a food festival from April 5 at its restaurant Gourmet.

Christened Shaam-E-Awadh, this 10-day festival would bring before the city food aficionados a wide array of Awadhi and Mughlai dishes.

“Awadhi food, owing to its richness will, complement to the spring season. Therefore, we decided to do arrange this festival at this time,” said Mrinal Bakshi, the executive chef of the hotel.

The dishes will be prepared by chefs trained at Lucknow and Bukhara restaurants in the country to get the real taste. “The old days of khansamas, royalty and their cuisines would return with this festival. The entire place would be done up with live ghazal,” added Bakshi.

The dishes have been intricately chosen to savour the taste buds.

There will be traditional shorbas like Noor-E-Nazakat and Murg Sikandari Shorba followed by some mouth-watering starters and main course like Gosht Sheekh Bemisal, Murg Wajid Wali, Dum Ki Pasliyaan and Shahi Gosht, Dum Biriyani.

The main attraction of the entire food festival would be special dessert prepared with garlic cloves called Lasoon Ke Kheer.

Pocket pinch: shorbas to the main course dishes are priced from Rs 60 to 135.

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