Persian Food Festival, Nawab Saheb, Renaissance
food festivals happening all across the city; it’s a new fad, that has more
misses than hit.
of this month is the Persian Food
the unique spices, flavours and fragrances that draw loads and loads of
inspiration from various Middle Eastern cuisines.
flown down this wonderful chef from Persia who has brought with her, a suitcase
filled with various spices, herbs and aromatics native to that region.
a blogger table at Nawab Saheb and I was amongst the lucky few who were given a
chance to try this very different, but still very similar cuisine!
excited to know what the evening had in store, for all of us.
E Shiraz: Our good old tamatar pyaaz kachumbar that
this was, it was tossed with fresh rose petals and a homemade spice Persian
spice mix and a dash of freshly squeezed lemon juice!
Kabobi: The traditional paneer kebabs, splendid, is all I
What’s a good Persian/middle eastern meal like without these, and boy oh boy! I
just could not stop eating these! Spicy, hot and irrestible!
Skewers Kalam (tandoori broccoli and cauliflower):
As good as they looked, there was something about them that did not allow me to
try them or even experiment with them.
vegetable, brinjal and pulses) and Dal along with assorted roti’s and rice; and
we did not enjoy these as much as the appetizers!
that we just could not stop drooling over. Can you just take your eyes off that thaali that Guiltless Foodies had?