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Assamese festival Na Khuwa Bhooj to be celebrated with 4-course spread
Thursday, 08 December, 2016, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Na Khuwa Bhooj, the Assamese harvest festival, will be celebrated with a four-course meal at APB Cook Studio, Andheri (East), between noon and 2pm on December 10, 2016. It will be priced at Rs 1,500 (inclusive of taxes). The feast will be prepared by Gitika Saikia, who specialises in the cuisine of north-eastern India.
The first course, Mahh Proxaad, will be a traditional prasad, comprising black chana, moong and coconut. The second course, Pabho Juraa, will comprise fatty pork cooked with Assamese mustard greens and Bhut Jolokia, Ronagalau Murgi (chicken cooked with pumpkin), Masuri Dali (aromatic red lentils) and Notun Chawlor Bhaat (glutinous first harvest rice from Assam).
The third course will include Niramixh Maas (a fish curry with winter vegetables), Bhooj’or Haanh (duckmeat with ashgourd) and Bhaat. The fourth course will comprise Aiita’r Mithoi (a rural dessert made with cream, puffed rice and organic jaggery), a fresh salad made of seasonal vegetables and homemade Assamese pickles.
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