Authenticook Presents Tabakh Maaz, Yakhni and more
Themed Lunch

Authenticook Presents Tabakh Maaz, Yakhni and more

September 29 | September 30 | 1PM
Andheri West
1100-1350

About

Join Authenticook home-chef Vipula at her dining table to relish a unique Kashmiri meal. Born and brought up in Jammu, Vipula hails from a Punjabi family and has learnt Kashmiri cooking from a Waza and places a lot of importance on maintaining the authenticity of flavours. The meal will be served buffet-style and on steel plates, just the way it is enjoyed at any Kashmiri home. Special mention about two dishes - Khatta Meat and Rajma. The Khatta Meat is a delicacy and a must have. The tanginess of the meat is not a result of either tomatoes or curd - but rather her secret recipe. On the other hand, Rajma is prepared using the local kidney beans of Kashmir. Relish these tasty dishes, Dum Aloo, Tabakh Maaz, Yakhni and more!

Menu

WELCOME DRINK:
JALJEERA
A refreshing way to kickstart the meal experience

APPETIZERS:
TABAKH MAAZ (NON-VEG)
Mutton ribs slow cooked in spices and then fried off in ghee
VEG KEBABS
A mix of veggies tossed in spices, shaped like kebabs and fried till golden-brown

COMMON VEG MAINS:
RAJMA
A common dish in a Kashmiri meal, Rajma is made with local kidney beans of Kashmir
KAMAL KAKDI YAKHNI
A lotus stem curry made with a curd-based broth and aromatic spices
DUM ALOO
The Kashmiri Dum Aloo is baby potatoes cooked in a curd-based gravy. It may be a popular dish but there is nothing like enjoying this dish made at home!
STEAMED RICE
The perfect accompaniment to the rest of the dishes in the spread

ADDITIONAL NON VEG MAINS:
MUCHCH
Kashmiri style meatballs flavoured with local spices
KHATTA MEAT
Mutton cooked till tender and simply falls off the bone. The slight tanginess in the dish is not due to tomatoes or curd (none of which have been used in the dish). It is Vipula's secret recipe that gives the dish its unique flavour

ACCOMPANIMENT:
SALAD
A toss of fresh vegetables

DESSERT:
PHIRNI
Classic Kashmiri sweet pudding made with rice, milk, saffron and sugar

TO END WITH:
KEHWA
A hot cup of tea is the perfect end to this meal. Kehwa is basically Kashmiri green tea and is flavoured with almonds and saffron

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Andheri West

Andheri West, Mumbai

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