Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla presents Peshawari food festival

Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla presents Peshawari food festival

November 13, 2018: The national capital is all set to witness a culinary storm as the chefs at Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla dish out flavours from the ancient city of Peshwar. ‘Dawat-E-Peshawari’ at Edesia will transport the guests to the culinary bylanes of Peshawar and relish the rich, royal, astonishing flavours from the mainland. To add to the culinary aspect, the festival will also provide a glimpse into the cultural, artistic and historic aspects of the ancient city.

Murgh Biryani Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla

The rich taste of handpicked ingredients of the Peshawari cuisine will pamper your taste buds with sumptuous delicacies such as Lahori bhagichi kebab, Angare seekh kebab, Malika-a-dariya, (Shinwari) Sindhi chicken tikka, Kharode ka shorba, Chicken yakhni shorba, Maas dawat-e-khas, Mutton pukthan, Mutton Rizala cookkad, Chicken siyal court, Lahori machi curryKandhari rajma, Murg lahori dum biryani, Bokarkhani and Tafftan Khamiri roti, to name a few. The festival will be held from November 16 to 30, 2018. 

Seekh Kabab Crowne Plaza Today New Delhi Okhla

According to Executive Chef Swaminandan, “Peshawar, like Delhi, has an old walled city and a rich culinary tradition. It is famous for its Namak Mandi which is a cult place for delectable Pashtun flavours. Known for using minimum spices, the dishes are char-grilled or made in kadhai and are known for retaining the original flavor of the main ingredient. We are trying to recreate the Peshawari magic for our patrons."

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