Regional Indian Buffet this Sunday Aug 5th, 2012 featuring Andhra Cuisine

Charminar, Hyderabad.

Andhra cuisine is known for its hot flavor and abundant use of spices. Biryanis, pickles and chutneys and desserts are popular items from Andhra.

Hyderabad, the capital city of Andhra, is called the city of love and is famous for its fabulous palaces and exquisite pearl jewelry. But more importantly, Hyderabad is known for its biryani! and amazing food…

Hyderabadi biryani is craved and consumed by people all over the world. The long-grained aromatic Basmati rice layered with perfectly marinated meat and an assortment of fresh spices create the most amazing fusion of flavor. The fragrance and the freshness of the biryani will captivate your senses. The meat crumbles into tender bits at the touch of a spoon and each mouthful feels like the first :)

So, treat yourself to the favorite food of the Nizam land (and my hometown) at Saffron Valley, only this Sunday. Lunch Buffet menu includes:

Cut Mirchi – Street Food of the day

Tomato Soup- Andhra Style tomato style

Cabbage Cashew Pakodi- chick pea flour, shredded cabbage, cashew pakoras

Chicken 65- chicken cubes sauteed with chillies, spices

Dondakaya Annam – Tindora (Ivy Gourd) Rice

Aratikaya Vepudu – Raw Plantain Fry

Bhagara Baingan-  Brinjals in Sesame Sauce

Bangaladumpa Vepudu- potato fry

Mamidikaya (Raw Mango) Pappu- Dal with raw mango

Andhra Egg Curry- hard boiled eggs in a tangy sauce

Konaseema Kodi Vepudu- chicken fry with crushed black pepper corns

Goat Biryani- hyderabadi dum goat biryani

Daddojanam – Yogurt Rice

Saggubiyyam Payasam- tapioca pearl pudding

Bread Pudding with cardamom

Saffron Valley, 1098 W, South Jordan Pkwy, South Jordan, UT-84095. (801) 438-4823.

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