Published on : Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Melding traditional touches with culinary innovation, Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru has designed a collection of festive offerings for Eid ul-Adha.
In step with current times, there is a special menu designed as a takeaway for guests to enjoy in the comfort of their homes as well as lunch and dinner, best enjoyed in the Hotel’s beautiful al fresco patio of CUR8.
A traditional gosht dumba biryani featuring a whole slow-cooked lamb will take centre stage as the main specialty of this auspicious feast. Executive Sous Chef Dirham Haque calls it the “star attraction of a glorious celebratory meal, perfect for sharing with family and friends.” He adds, “This symbolic dish marks the coming together of the entire family to share life’s bounties.”
The festival Eid ul-Adha or “feast of the sacrifice” is marked by special prayers and feasts and a befitting menu will feature delicious, festive delicacies.
Starting with delightful appetisers such as spinach galettes, kebabs and tikkas, the menu offers sublime dishes such as khajoori rogan josh made with lamb and stuffed dates; mahi hara pyaaz with seabass in lush cashew nut gravy; a range of delectable Indian breads, rich with dry fruits; and finishes with adored Mughlai desserts such as awadhi shahi tukra, baked mini gulab jamun and kesar pista kulfi to name a few. These may be ordered as à la carte dishes.
A whole baby lamb weighing about 6 to 8 kilograms (13-18 pounds), slow cooked with caramelised onions, fragrant mint and coriander, on dum with aromatic basmati rice and enriched with nuts will be the star highlight of the occasion.
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