Nothing like Assam
The culinary world of the North-East India is very diverse and unique, but is lesser known in the mainstream food world. I take this opportunity to welcome you to take a ride with me at my home through the various delicacies of Assam. Since, the Assamese New Year or Bohag Bihu is knocking on the door, I will be preparing an exclusive menu dedicated to what the region eats in the celebration.
Exact location will be shared by Openout post bookings
Early Bird tickets available until 11th April.
Flat rice and curd with jaggery
Soft flat rice with curd, gives a sweet start to the meal.
Special deep fried rice cakes.
Another mouth-watering cake prepared form black-lentil.
'Khar' is one of the very popular and unique dish of Assam. It is believed that khar cleanses the stomach, this is the reason it is eaten with a little bit of rice in the beginning of the main course.
A very essential item in the Assamese platter.
A simple dal without any spices.
Leafy greens are widely eaten with big meals and is a very important part of it.
Lentil balls curry
A veg curry, tangy in taste with fried lentil balls in it.
Fish baked in banana leaf
Small fish baked in banana leaf coated with a rich mustard gravy.
A special chicken curry with home-made fresh spices.
Fresh lemonade will be served
J P Nagar
JP nagar, bangalore