Creamy Moutabel also called Mutabal is part of the Middle East Cuisine is made from Roasted Eggplant. A delicious way to add in your family’s diet aubergine a very healthy but much-disliked vegetable. Serve it as a part of Mezze Platter or for the Tailgating you host next?
Aww do I have to get up?
Can I not sleep for some more time?
very late in the morning we are waking up to go to the beach, Marina Beach.
the enthusiasm of all the members was so catchy plus the fact that the kids
were up and willing to go made me feel …. So to cut the long story short went
to the beach.
beautiful. I wish I had gone in the sea instead of playing my favourite game
with the waves. Come get me… nana nan you missed!!
Juhu when I had visited it ages ago. I will prefer my regular beach haunts in
we were 4 to a table and Usha. I enjoyed my breakfast totally. Here as we were
having beakfast a lady at the next table asked us why we were all in pink. As
we explained about food blogging I realised none of us were wearing aprons.
sword of baggage allowed in the flight cut all my desire to go shopping. The place
where Nandini took us was amazing and her offer of prop shopping I refused.
After seeing all that had been purchased I wish I had gone though.
Padma’s husband had organised lunch for us
here. Its beautiful look at the interiors.
I fell in love with all the beautiful cake models here. Apparently there was a castle and buggy which was beautiful but has been removed. How I wish I could see it.
The lunch was at the multi-cuisine restaurant “Entree” was awesomely delicious buffet!!
Food here is delicious and had me
vacillating in my choices and wishing I had an expandable bag for a stomach.
varieties of salads, pickles, flat breads, gravies and a whole lot of desserts.
had one goal in mind “the desserts!” My favourite rasmalai was on the menu
along with Gulab Jamun, Clusters, Choco
Brownie, Pineapple mousse, Mocha Pastry, Ice cream Walnut and Banana Bread ice
cream with various toppings. Take a look at the pictures they will speak
fun waiting us and was making me impatient. We were to visit the kitchens.
first time I find myself wanting to visit restaurant kitchens now. (The other
day I went in the Office canteen kitchen!) What have you made me into Vaishali?
the kitchen. They patiently explained everything and demonstrated two south
Indian dishes for the bloggers from North. There was rasmalai being made and
Chef kindly shared the recipe with me.
Kozhukattai. I found it fascinating especially the Keppal Roti in Goa we use
the drumstick leaves to make a vegetable but for nothing else. The girls find
it bitter so I can use this dish to get some greens in them. As for the Kara Kozhukattai
a savoury and steamed version of any dish is welcome. To go with the dishes
Chef made a delicious onion and tomato chutney that was amazingly delicious.
like a kid in the candy shop there were amazingly delicious smells and aromas
and textures and flavours hanging in the air. Just breathing the air made me
wish I could camp here forever and ever.
mousse and chocolates. I wish I really really wished I had not had lunch. This
was the amazing stuff that I wanted to eat all the day long.
the after we thanked Sou’s Chef-Mr.Hari Babu, Bakery Chef-Chef Ramesh, Executive
Chef-Mr.Balaji and the General Manager Gaurav
Gupta we left the E Hotel.
hosted for us with a surprise element of meeting families. Though the food was
delicious I could not eat I all but made up by chatting with the BMer’s families.
came to an end! Only we had an amazing day planned for the day 3 the most
wonderful experience in my life…
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