Back in Love with Indian Food

Growing up in an Indian household from a mediocre city, you somehow indulge in kitchen and cooking. Summers fill in with the aroma of pickles, Papad, Muramba and what not traditional recipes any Maharashtrian household has. As the atmosphere gets colder, the kitchen gets warmer and cosier. From the aromas and crazy neighbours to the warm spicyness and overwhelming mothers bring to us the best chatpatas in the monsoons. The transition of the kitchen as per the climate has always made me indulge in the kitchen diaries I have. But as life grew, so did my reluctance for cooking. I was never a fan of cooking, though all my family just loves to be in kitchen making some new thing, experimenting the traditional recipes. But if you ask me, I really love the stereotypical Indian tastes. Holi calls for malpua, padwa calls for Puranpoli and rains call for kandyachi bhaji. Until recently, I did not worry to go and make something for myself anytime. My eagerly awaiting family was always serving me with things that I would just like to enjoy. But, as people got busy and take away menus piling onto our doors, we sort of drifted from kitchen to our living room. The family room turned from a general chitter chatter to rumbling tummies. While we were wondering who will take to kitchen I remembered that awesome place where we could spend some quality time and indulge in our favourite foods of indianness. And when I suggested, I was more than happy because my family liked the place just the way I have been liking it since the day I accidentally set my foot onto it.

So here I am taking a time off to talk about something that matters to me and my family the most and which is very close to my heart. In this big fast forwarding home delivery world, where continental cuisines and foreign food has taken its place where will us foolish Indian food lovers find a sanctuary? Us Indian food lovers are constantly on a quest to be treated with the desi taste and desi style eating. Once when I was running late for a meeting, I planned to drop to this place that said a traditional royal dining experience. Half sceptical and half hungry I went ahead to try it. Although experimental but not about outside food, I tried my luck just this one time. And I was astonished, not because of the food or anything of it, but, what I could see in the menu. There was Taak, there was vangyachi bhaji, there was chhunda and then there also was dodkyachi chatni. Most people would not understand what I am blabbering about, but any Maharashtrain can feel what I am talking about. Even after witnessing the menu I didn’t get my hopes high because I do know how it works. Yet again, I was overwhelmed since my judgement was flawed. I asked for the things and to my surprise I was well-fed with exactly what I ordered. And so, I went to my meeting satisfied and well fed by my proxy family O’Zara- the royal dining experience in the hearts of chakan industrial area.

Surprise in Your Lunch Box

There are some who indulge in how the food tastes, while there are some who indulge in how the food looks. Everybody has their own choice. But what happens, when you are encountered with people who eat with their eyes? Definitely, hoteliers and restaurant owners take extra care for the latter audiences too. But, order a dabba and these audiences will be disappointed profusely. To those who may not know, there are some industrial caterers who do practice as to how the food looks too. You might even be surprised as to how they present to their clients when eating through a heat packed foils. One name that comes instantly when you think about this feature is Adhik Resorts. Advancing the Chakan industrial area, Adhik has encompassed a fair deal for the love of its customers.

Recently, the internet has been flooded with unknown recipes, food presentation and different cuisines. Of course, the different culinary shows have added the food world with so many ideas. But, some food stuff just looks good only on camera or on internet. Adhik Resorts bring out the most exciting art of food presentation in your luncheons and tiffin system. The trick is not in the presentation but what to put in it and how to make it tasteful. When you watch a video or see something on the internet, you keep realising how good it looks and how you wish you could have packed your lunch that way. It motivates you so much that somewhere in your mind you want to share it with your caterer or your dabbawala. But, as much good it looks it does not have exactly the hygienic or nutritional value to it. That’s why, it is said some foods are meant to be eaten straight from the stove. But, some foods can be taken at intervals like in your lunch boxes. To add to this packing conundrum, the take away people have literally mastered the art of food presentation. When the most inviting dahi wada is served to you, with no waste of minute you just want to dig in. But what happens when the same dish is welcomed in your lunch box. The curd on it gets smeared, the masala is sticking to the tiffin lid and the wadas are just so wet that you have lost half the appetite through seeing it. The best way to end all this fiasco is how you pack the stuff. Adhik resorts take extra care for the taste it serves, and the nutrition it puts in every box. Therefore, they have a special system in place. For every dish, the packing system changes.

So, if you are someone who like eating from your eyes first, then you definitely will not be disappointed even if it’s a packed box for your appetite. The only thing you must take care is how fast can you eat and how encouraging it will be to have the balanced nutritional food even when you are sitting in your cubicle and eating from you tiffin.