Enjoy delicious traditional Ramzan feasts, including raan and malpua, from the kitchens of two Bohri home chefs
Tired of visiting the crowded Mohammed Ali Road and Bhendi Bazaar haunts for a Ramzan feast? Then, step into home chef Farida Kutianawala's Byculla home.
Her Bohri thaal consists of fried and meaty Chicken Baida Roti, Mutton Bhuna Egg Roll and Bheja "The must-try dishes are Smoked Tandoori Raan, made by marinating the leg of lamb for 24 hours, cooking it on slow heat for two hours and smoking it for another 20 minutes.
And the Mutton Nalli Nihari, to be had with Khamiri Roti," she adds. Other Bohri specialties include drinks like Gol Pani and Bir Soda, and Hot Malpua or Jalebi with Malai and Sheer Kurma.
On June 23, 8 pm onwards
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Cost Rs 1,300
Dig into a massive seven-course spread from The Bohri Kitchen. This season, the chef behind the venture has brought out her festive Sheer Kurma, made with milk, sevaya and a variety of dry fruit.
Other starters include Mutton Kheema Samosas, Khatta Meetha Chicken and the sweet filo pastry, Malai Khaja.
You can also tuck into the TBK Raan in Red Masala, Kaju Chicken served with sheermal, Mutton Biryani. For dessert, there is Saancha Ice Cream and Magai Jodi Paan.
On June 25, 12.30 pm
At Yamas, Ballard Estate.
Call 9819447438 Cost Rs 1,700
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