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Telangana Food Festival at Deccan Pavilion

Posted by: Foodaholix On Thursday, Aug 27, 2015

Source: https://www.saddahaq.com/telangana-food-festival-at-deccan-pavilion-itc-kakatiya

Tags: Dining

ITC Kakatiya at Begumpet, Hyderabad, is showcasing authentic cuisine of Telangana at the buffet at Deccan Pavilion. Chef Shankar who has curated this festival, has discovered recipes by visiting homes in different parts of Telangana. The idea of the festival is to present authentic Telangana food to the in-house guests of the hotel as well as visitors.

Invited to sample the items, I was told by Executive Chef Noronha that the menu of the festival changes everyday, incorporating a variety of dishes from Telangana. The Deccan Pavilion already has quite a large multi-cuisine buffet, and the items from Telangana are in addition to these.

We sat down with some soothing butter milk, and a couple of starters arrived – Kodi Roast and masala vada. The roast was prepared with the right texture, and it had flavorful spices. The vada was flat and crisp.

Among the main dishes I liked was was Kodi Koora--the chicken curry I tried with dosa. The Kheema Masala was not very spicy, and had chopped vegetables added to it. The vegetarian preparations included Perugu Charu, or curd flavoured with spices, and my favorite Bhindi Palli Fry-–okra and peanuts tossed in a red chili based masala. Sambar and Rasam were served as accompaniments.

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