Indian Monsoon season is said to be the most pleasant time of the year.
The cool breeze and grey sky, hot oily pakoras with “Adrak Wali Chai”!! Isn’t it the season all about?
With the seasonal monsoon merriment, this season is highly humid and makes us more prone to seasonal infections. Thus, it is very important to know what we eat is right for us in the season.
The Indian house makers are highly intellectual beings when it comes to know what to eat in which monsoon season. According to Ayurveda, in the monsoon season we must include high digestive foods in our diet.
Some of the foods that will be best to eat in this season are:
- Ginger Tea.
- Pulse Soups
- Vegetable soups
- Red wine
- Green tea with honey
- Old grains
- Foods that are a blend of sour, salty and unctuous flavors.
Some of the most common foods that every indian household loves to enjoy in rainy days are:
- Ginger tea
- Vegetable pakoras
- Spicy noodles
Anardana has an extraordinary variety of food items that you can enjoy this monsoon. If you are a person who likes to read a book in a comfortable place with light music in the background and some aromatic delicious food on the table.. undoubtedly Anardana is the best place for you! So do not forget to check out our menu http://anardana.in/menu.html
Dimsums (veg/non veg) in Monsoon
Steamed, Fried and Tandoori dumplings prepared in small, almost bite-sized portions stuffed with ingredients of your choice.
Sizzlers in monsoon
Meals served on a very hot iron plate which is kept over a wooden platter. Once plated, the meals let off a dramatic hiss of steam, which is its great appeal.
Soups (veg/non veg) in monsoon
We serve a variety of soups prepared using vegetables, leafy greens, mushrooms, and roots as the main ingredients.
A flavor of tandoor with caesar dressing & Parmesan cheese. Served with pesto and bread.
Boneless Chicken prepared with chef’s special marination technique, followed up by tandoor cooking and served with mint chutney.
Crunchy Cottage cheese bites served with coriander mint chutney.