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.

Some things to look in festival

Again it’s that time of the year when everything is extravagant. The markets are all humped up with goodies and foodies. Festivals in India are somehow different when you compare them on a global level. Ordering stuff wasn’t so much of style in Indian festive time. We Indians are proud cooks and extra proud of our festival profiles. The exclusive aroma of mixed spices brawl the supermarkets.

But, with the busy competitive routines, recipes have turned to cookbooks and instant readymade festive foods. Even though people like festive food, they are ready to compromise in the fun of preparing it. However, this does not mean that they will compromise on the nutrition or hygiene. Here’s where many caterers have dominated themselves in the wide market. The most admiring thing about the services of caterers is the efforts they put in to give the homely tastes to the cooking. In the festive times like these, there are many delicacies in demand. The beauty of the Indian festivals is even the diverse demographics collate all cultural festivals into one. Therefore, people are most eager to taste different desserts and delicacies during this time. The most waited festive food is in the Ganesh festival and the Navratri. The scrumptious and nutritious Modak are a way into the hearts of customers. There are few who have mastered the art of festive delicacies. When festivals arrive, some people crowd themselves into the sweet shops, some order through caterers and there are very few who are still eager enough to cook for themselves. Following are the things that you should definitely order in festival period to save your time and effort thus letting you enjoys the festivals in more appropriate way.

Modak: It is the most favoured delicacy in any of the household of Maharashtrians during the Ganesh Festival. The festivals fall around August or mid September. Modak are rather heavy and need to be cooked with extra care. They are a ball of sweet coconut stuffing with precise ingrediants and exclusively artistic shape. Ukdiche modak are most preferred ones in recent due to their aromatic and delicious tastes. Talniche modak are also a stomach raking delicacy other than ones made of Khoya (Khava) which are easily available in sweet shops.

Vaatli Daal: This is actually a Prasad or an offering to be given on the last day of Ganpati. While bidding adieu to the favourite God, people make curd rice, Murud Kanole( A special sweet stuffing Indian style empanada ) and Vaatli Daal. Its a special recipe that balances out the sweetness of the festival with its aromatic taste and neutral spiciness.

The ultimate Fast Food:

As Ganpati festival excitement turns off, Navratri is the festive time where the eyes turn brighter than lights. It’s a special festival to enjoy fun, frolic and dance around. The daily routine during this festival is that most people fast for nine days. Complimenting this diet routine, the market is flooded with different innovative dishes for diet routine.

Upvaas kachori: Keeping a restriction on what you eat is sometimes very difficult. But people pull themselves for those 9 days. During these 9 days, consumption of typical diet becomes difficult as days pass. With advent to this, there are many who have experimented with this diet to bring out new dishes of fasting. Upvaas Kachori is something that has been famously demanded during these times. The blend of potato, coconut, spices, sweet chilli and the cucumber dip are a treat to the people in navratri.

Upvvas samosa: Simpler but yet tastier that Upvaas kachori, the samosa is a favourite of any Indian. During these nine days caterers try their hand on these finger foods to keep their customers hooked and entertained for new dishes.

Sabudaana Kheer:

The most adorable sweetening dish is the kheer. The sweet soup made from different ingredients as you travel into any part of India changes. But the temptation for it remains the same. Let its be afast or any festival, kheer is always a must have in any Indian diet. With reflex to the fasting period, Sabudaana kheer has dolled the markets for its tempting and finger licking goodness.