Tag : Vegetarian Food

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We were invited to Edo for a tasting of Shojin Ryori  – Buddhist religious food that is eaten at temples. It is a vegetarian meal based on the principle of ahimsa. This is eaten at monasteries primarily by the resident monks. Even believers eat this, and there are restaurants in temple premises in Kyoto, Japan …
Rajdhani
I am back writing reviews, catching up on all the places that I’ve eaten, but not managed to write about in the last 4-5 months. But taking a break from the backlog, I am writing about an ongoing Winter Food festival – Swad Kesariya at Rajdhani. We were recently invited to Rajdhani for a tasting …
Samaroh
This post is coming very late, but we visited Samaroh right before our trip to Rajasthan and it was an amazing experience. For those who know me, know that I do not understand the nuances of vegetarian food very well. But Samaroh is not just about the food, it is about a culture far away …
I visited Kesariya a couple of days back after a long, long day. This is usually not the kind of meal I opt for, but I did in this case because I was famished, and there was really nothing else in the area I was in mood for. On reaching the restaurant, and after being …
With the onset of summer, Khandani Rajdhani Bangalore is doing another successful run of its annual Aamlicious event. The idea of this fest is to serve an assortment of raw mango and ripe mango dishes in a rotational menu, with every meal featuring two – three mango themed dishes. It was quite an atmosphere of …
RECIPE What you need: 2 long bittergourds, washed and wiped dry 1 medium sized potatos 1 medium sized tomatos 1 tsp Turmeric powder 1 tsp Salt 1/2 cup chopped onions 3 tbsp Oil 1/2 tsp Mustard seeds Few curry leaves 1 1/2 tsp Red chilli powder TT ball sized Tamarind, soaked in water 3-4 tbsp …
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