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Blueberry Phirni

With the Indian New Year of Ugadi and Gudi Padva just round the corner, Executive Chef Dinesh Mhatre from Hilton Mumbai International Airport teaches us to make Blueberry Phirni, a traditional creamy delight laden with a contemporary touch of blueberries. “Blueberry Phirni is my twisted rendition to this otherwise regular sweet dish. In this special version of phirni, blueberries are chopped and mixed in the rice-milk mixture and are then left to chill in the refrigerator. This phirni will ...

Exotica with Lavender, Sandalwood &Chamomile

The Chef Post’s recent dessert extravaganza in early December, Cold War 2019 witnessed over 100 talented chefs from 21 uber luxury hotels and standalone restaurants in Bangalore come together and display their culinary skills and baking expertise. Themed around ‘’Progressive Desserts’’; desserts that herald a new beginning come 2020, the event erupted into a riot of ideas, concepts, flavours, textures and tastes! As each hotel put their best chefs forward, what caught our particu...

Vegan Jalebi with Rabri

South Asians are famous for their sweet tooth. And amongst the multitude of desserts that continue to astonish foodies in every nook and corner of the region, the legendary jalebi, which traces its origins to erstwhile Persia, is by far one of the most popular. This deep-fried, sugar-soaked spiral pretzel made from flour is often relished with a thick, creamy delight called rabri. But with veganism finding flavour with today’s millennials, we approached the corporate chef from Atmosphere ...