Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Ugadi Festival and Food Options in Bangalore Restaurant

Ugadi marks the beginning of Hindu new year and is celebrated with great joy across India. Yuga means a repeated cycle of time for a year and Aadi stands for the beginning. Let us begin with the rich and diversified heritage of India. In India, people consider Indian cooking and Indian food recipes as an art and as a form of heritage. Few people saying its down from generations to generations but still in India people so excited to prepare different varieties of food and dishes.

Ugadi Celebration

In major cities few restaurants also follow the tradition and prepare dishes as per festival. lets come to enjoy Ugadi special food at restaurants in Bangalore, here we have mention few restaurants which is preparing Ugadi special food dishes.

Ugadi Special Buffet in Grand Mercure Hotel:

Event Date: Apr 11 2013
Event Venue: Grand Mercure Bangalore
Event Time: 12:00 PM

Ugadi special food in Bangalore

Grand Mercure Hotel introduces special buffet for Ugadi Shubhashaya.

The excitement of new bloom Ugadi has once again reached in time and its bounty. On this grand momentous celebration Grand Mercure 12th Main restaurant has arranged a grand ceremonious Ugadi Lunch Buffet.

Ugadi food at bangalore restaurant

The people of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh use the term Yugadi/Ugadhi for this festival, and the people of Maharashtra same festival observed on the same day as Gudi Padwa. Sindhis, people from Sindh, celebrate the same day as their New Year day Cheti Chand. Different different region's people celebrate it by different name and prepare few special dishes to celebrate it.

Ugadi special food:

Folks I bring few special Ugadi food for you, which is people used to prepare on this special occasion.

In Karnataka a special dish called obbattu or Holige, is prepared.
In Andhra Pradesh, a special dish called Bhakshyalu or Bobbatlu (Polelu)
In Maharashtra Puran Poli are prepared on this occasion. 

Maharashtrian Puran Poli

Puran poli is the sweet flat bread which is an all time favorite for all, a person who say hates sweets loves 'Puran poli'. Puran poli as it is called by Maharashtrians is Ubbatti in Konkani and Obbattu and Holige in kannada.

Ugadi special puran poli

Puran Poli consists of a filling (gram and jaggery/sugar boiled and made in to a paste) stuffed in a flat roti-like bread. It is usually eaten hot or cold with ghee or milk topping or coconut milk at some places of Karnataka. Another dish which is prepared on occasion of Ugadi is Ugadi pachhadi

Sweet Food:
Mango pachadi: Sweet, tangy, bitter and spicy, this dish lends the flavours of the season to the festival

Ugadi special sweet

Ugadi bobbatlu: This jaggery, channa dal dish is shallow fried on griddle like a paratha for a better flavour
Ariselu: Rice, sesame seed and jaggery deep fried to make a crisp, sweet puri-like dish

Spicy Food:

Bisi Bele Bhath: Vegetables and rice cooked with choice spices to get a flavoursome bhath

Medhu vada: Crisp, golden brown vadas can be served with coconut chutney and spicy sambar

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