JW Marriott Chandigarh serves guests a royal ‘Rampuri’ treat

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Indulge In Royal Culinary Delights At Saffron During The ‘Rampuri Food Festival’ From October 23 To November 01, 2015

NewZNew (Chandigarh) : Ever dreamt of getting an opportunity to enjoy elusive royal luxuries for a Nawabi feel? The wait is over as JW Marriott Chandigarh is going to give the residents of Chandigarh the opportunity to experience it. From October 23 to November 01, 2015, Saffron at JW Marriott Chandigarh is organizing the ‘Rampuri Food Festival’ serving exotic Rampuri dishes under three menus to choose from- the Rampuri Veg Menu, the Rampuri Non Veg Menu and the Rampuri A la Carte. This will be served for dinner, from 07:30 pm to 11:30 pm.

Nestled adjacent to the picturesque Nanital, the royal state of Rampur boasts of a culinary legacy second to none. While it may not be as well known as some of the other royal cuisines like the Awadhi or Sindhi owing to the kingdom of Rampur being smaller and lesser know, but the Rampuri cuisine can giving the popular ones a run for their money.

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The rich, spicy taste of delicious Rampuri dishes coupled with its enchanting aroma will entrap you and transport you instantly to the times of Nawabs and Begums. The ‘Rampuri Food Festival’ is a chance to be a part of discovering the cuisine long lost, yet preserved with a chosen few.

For giving the Chandigarh residents the exclusive opportunity of enjoying royal Rampuri delicacies, JW Marriott Chandigarh has invited Chef Rehman, an authority on Rampuri cuisine and founder of Kitchenett E Awadh. Chef Rehman is one of the select few who have learned history, secrets and proper recipes of origin of the Rampuri dishes, having had the pleasure of interacting with the royalty and gaining their patronage and guidance in dishing out totally authentic and royal dishes. “Punjabis take their food seriously which is why I consider cooking for this region interesting and challenging at the same time. I have tried to bring in the traditional dishes or Rampur where a lot of traditional spices are used to make the food aromatic and taste equisitely. I am sure this will suit the palate of Punjab,” says Chef Rehman.

“We love to experiment with food and aim to offer our patrons with authentic dishes of every region. This is just an effort in making it possible to bring the world on the plate. Another reason behind hosting the Rampur Food Festival during this time of the year is the festive season. We wanted to offer a cuisine that can match with the occasion” said Pallav Singhal, Director Food and Beverages.

For the JW Marriott Chandigarh ‘Rampuri Food Festival’, Chef Rehman has come up with 3 interesting menus – from the royal kitchen of Rampur- Vegetarian, from the royal kitchen of Rampur- Non-Vegetarian and from the royal kitchen of Rampur- a La Carte. The Vegetarian menu is offering Paneer Peelimirch Tikka, Lazeez Aloo Tukri, Muttur Ke Tikki, Lazeez Aloo Katli, Shaljam Zafrani and Chukander-E-Afroz to name a few. On the Non-Vegetarian menu, the chef has listed exotic dishes like Chappli Kebab, Mahi Dum, Mehtabi Paya, Dal Aswad, Ande Ka Halwa etc. For those wanting the best of both worlds, the ala carte menu has choicest offerings to relish. Nasheela Jhinga, Khatti Meethi Machli, Sambhal Ke Seekh Kebab, Rampuri Dohra Musullum, Achar Ke Khumb, Shaljam Zafrani, Ittr Ke Dal and Sheer Khurma are some of the dishes to enjoy on the A la carte menu.

Priced at Rs 3500/- for a meal for two (inclusive taxes) for a Rampuri Non Veg Menu, Rs 3998 for a special Rampuri Non Veg Menu for a meal for two (inclusive of taxes) and Rs 2500/- for a meal for two (inclusive taxes) for a Rampuri Veg Menu, starting October 23, the ‘Rampur Food Festival’ can be enjoyed by guests every night from 7:30 PM till 11:00 PM. To savor the authentic flavors of Rampur head to Saffron and you can also reserve your table at 0172-3955555.

SET MEAL OPTION (Non Veg)

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GULISTAN-E-KEBAB     

Mahi Dum

Fish Chunks marinated with turmeric, various spices and herbs, shallow fried.

Khatti Meethi Machli

This kabab is a medley of sweet and sour fish …………delicacy of awadh.

Chappli Kebab

A classic ground lamb patties from the famous by lanes of Rampur…..a true delicacy.

Lazeez Murgh Tikka

Garlic flavored cubes of chicken marinated overnight with mustard oil, lemon juice,

& aromatic spices.

Lobhiya Ke Shammi

A unique combination of French & long beans with flavorful whole spices and shallow fried.

OR

Lazeez Aloo Tukri

Baby potato treated with cream, roasted cumin, red chili, mace & finished on tawa

NAZRANA HANDI SE

Taar Korma

A delicate mutton recipe from the royal kitchen of Tajdaar, ……mild, creamy, rich and fragrant with hints of spice, slow cooked to perfection..

Murgh Kundan Kaliyan

Carefully carved chicken pieces wrapped in gold leaf, placed on a bed of rich gravy simmered with gold amalgamation

Khaas Makai Khumb

Button mushroom, green peas, corn & garlic slow cooked in aromatic gravy with Indian herbs and spices.

Lazeez Aloo Katli

This classic sliced potato dish is prepared like traditional korma. The potatoes cooked extremely low heat and simmered with mild spices & zest of fennel.

Dal Aswad

The nation’s favorite lentil, black lentil, cooked with butter, tomato puree, herbs and spices. Slowly cooked overnight on the embers, in the tandoor. a close rival of dal makhani but entirely different in taste

JANNAT-E-BASMATI

Sultani Khushka

ROTIYAN, DAWAT-E-SHAHI

Sheermal, Baqurkhani, Naan e Tanak, Roti,Taftan

SHEERINI KA DAUR

Sheer Khurma

A unique dessert made out of vermicelli, milk & nuts.

Ande Ka Halwa   (Non Veg)

Very rare, unusual and matchless dessert of the royal kitchen, egg simmered with cowmilk, condensed milk with a hint of cardamom powder.

SET MEAL OPTION (Non Veg)

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Platter of “Dohra Musallam”

(Oven Baked Whole Chicken Stuffed with Quail)

GULISTAN-E-KEBAB     

Mahi Dum

Fish Chunks marinated with turmeric, various spices and herbs, shallow fried.

Khatti Meethi Machli

This kabab is a medley of sweet and sour fish …………delicacy of awadh.

Chapli Kebab

A classic ground lamb patties from the famous by lanes of Rampur…..a true delicacy.

Lazeez Murgh Tikka

Garlic flavored cubes of chicken marinated overnight with mustard oil, lemon juice,

& aromatic spices.

Lobhiya Ke Shammi

A unique combination of French & long beans with flavorful whole spices and shallow fried.

OR

Lazeez Aloo Tukri

Baby potato treated with cream, roasted cumin, red chili, mace & finished on tawa

 

NAZRANA HANDI SE

Taar Korma

A delicate mutton recipe from the royal kitchen of Tajdaar, ……mild, creamy, rich and fragrant with hints of spice, slow cooked to perfection..

Murgh Kundan Kaliyan

Carefully carved chicken pieces wrapped in gold leaf, placed on a bed of rich gravy simmered with gold amalgamation

Khaas Makai Khumb

Button mushroom, green peas, corn & garlic slow cooked in aromatic gravy with Indian herbs and spices.

Lazeez Aloo Katli

This classic sliced potato dish is prepared like traditional korma. The potatoes cooked extremely low heat and simmered with mild spices & zest of fennel.

Dal Aswad

The nation’s favorite lentil, black lentil, cooked with butter, tomato puree, herbs and spices. Slowly cooked overnight on the embers, in the tandoor. a close rival of dal makhani but entirely different in taste

JANNAT-E-BASMATI

Sultani Khushka

ROTIYAN, DAWAT-E-SHAHI

Sheermal, Baqurkhani, Naan e Tanak, Roti,Taftan

                                                                                   

SHEERINI KA DAUR

Sheer Khurma

A unique dessert made out of vermicelli, milk & nuts.

Ande Ka Halwa   (Non Veg)

Very rare, unusual and matchless dessert of the royal kitchen, egg simmered with cow milk, condensed milk with a hint of cardamom powder.

Gosht Ka Halwa (Non Veg)

Lamb pudding, sweet preparation…. very favorite of Nawabs.