Chandigarh 27th September:- Navratri, the auspicious nine-day festival, is being observed all over India. People observe fasts as a form of devotion to the almighty. Navratri Puja also entails simplicity in one’s diet. Devotees eat only vegetarian food with no onions or garlic. In essence, the festival also represents the importance Hindu culture lays on detoxification of body and mind through periodic fasting and ingredients that have religious sanctions are singhada, kuttu , samak rice, sabudaana are used in Navratri food they are rich in minerals and high on nutrition value, and can be termed as Healthy Super foods.
Bikanervala uses the finest of ingredients for the Navratra items on their menu as an expression of their devotion to mother goddess.
To celebrate Navratri this year, Bikanervala, a trusted name in Indian sweets, has created a special Navratri menu that focuses on taste while being mindful of religious sensitivities. The special menu will be served at Bikanervala outlets from 29th September to 6th October 2019.
On offer in the special Navratra menu are a wide range of falahari delicacies. These include special and deluxe falahari thalis, special falahari combos, a variety of chaats, desserts and snacks, and its trademark sweets. The falahari thali will include subzi, falahari puri, achar and sweets. The falahari paneer tikka and kebab platters are tandoori favourites.
Besides a wide array of falahari chaats, the menu offers many options in falahari snacks, including sabudana pakora, aloo bonda, paneer pakora and badam cutlet. Special sweets include falahar jalebi, makhane ki kheer, gulab jamun, Bengali sweets and dry fruit sweets and mixed fresh fruit platters, among many others.
Bikanervala uses the finest ingredients for all their Navratri items as an expression of devotion to the Mother Goddess. Its exclusive recipes have evolved over the years and become classics.