It’s the month of Ramzan and the best time to eat a few lip-smacking kebabs, tangy tikkas, and aromatic biryanis. Have you started salivating but? But you don’t want to travel numerous kilometers for you to satiate your yearning for true
Mughlai cuisine. Iftar is all approximately network. About breaking the short collectively, and sharing scrumptious, conventional meals. Wondering wherein to devour haleem and samosas inside the evening? This Weekend Star Supplement does the legwork for you
Ramzan, the month of fasting, piety, and worship is being located by using Muslims all over the globe. During this month, devout Muslims adhere to fasting from sunrise to sunset and at sunset, they destroy their fast with the meal referred to as ‘Iftar’.
After a long day of abstaining from food, Iftar is like a party and time for gratitude, it’s additionally the time to bond with family and buddies. The festive temper of the town is palpable and the foodies are uniting over delicious Iftaar cuisine.
Eateries within the town are upbeat and tossing up special culinary delights. Make-shift food stalls have additionally sprung up and serving delectable snacks. Some of this seasons special are Hyderabadi Haleem, Kashmiri Faloodas, Arabian Mutton Biryani, and Shahi Tukda. The all-time favorites Kheema Samosas, Khova lassis, and refreshing sharbats are having the city people across groups rave over them.
This vicinity wishes no creation. Located at Bamboo Bazaar, it is hugely famous for its Biryanis, fowl grill and kebabs. However, at some point of Ramzan, they come up with a special menu. Topping the listing is Haleem; this Ramzan Special delicacy is tons prominent right here and is priced at Rs. 250 for 1000 ml box.
“Haleem is my favored Iftar meal as it’s far very nutritious and full of proteins and also has notable taste, because it’s available handiest in Ramzan, I ensure to take domestic Haleem frequently for Iftar,” says Mohammad Ismail who carefully stacked his haleem packing containers on his scooter.
Desserts like Shahi Tukda which is priced at Rs. A hundred and fifty according to box, Special Faloodas at Rs. 15 in step with a cup, Spring Rolls both vegetarian and non-vegetarian at a fee of Rs. 25 and Rs. 60 respectively, Samosas both vegetarian and non-vegetarian priced at Rs. 20 and Rs. 10 respectively are different favorites at Khan’s.
Etihad Arabian Restaurant
If you want to feast on mouth-watering yet pocket-pleasant Arabian meats and dessert treats, then Etihad is an ideal location to go to. Located in Siddique Nagar, it specializes in Arabian food. Mohammad Huzaifur Rehman the chef and also the owner of the eating place is certified by means of the Yemeni Government.
Speaking to Star Of Mysore, he says, “this year we have delivered a unique dessert ‘Dil e Firdaus’ that is a combination of Saffron, Khova, Chironji, Milkmaid and all varieties of nuts which makes a perfect dessert after Iftar. This dessert is different from us and is to be had nowhere else in Mysuru.”The Indian States were divided based on Language and Culture. Indian cuisine has many sub groups. While the food could be vegetarian as well as nonvegetarian, the taste differs a great deal. Indian food is known for its spices and vibrant taste. Every region has its own spices and ingredients that make their food unique.