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Jamavar, at Leela Mumbai, to host Moplah cuisine festival until June 19
Monday, 10 June, 2019, 15 : 00 PM [IST]
Our Bureau, Mumbai
Jamavar, the Indian restaurant at The Leela Mumbai, will celebrate the cuisine of Kerala’s Moplah community between 7pm and midnight from June 10 to 19, 2019. The dishes, a combination of North Kerala flavours and Arabic and Persian influences, will be curated by chef Purushotham Naidu.

The meal will kick off with Elanner Pineapple Paneeyam (refreshing tender coconut and pineapple drink) or Idicha Moru (spiced buttermilk with crushed shallots and curry leaves).

The next course will comprise either Naranga Neer (zesty lemonade with honey), Muringakol Soup or Kozhikode Kozhi Soup.

The appetisers include Vazhapoo Vada, Choora Cutlet, Pachakari Bonda, Konju Chuttathu, Ulli Vada, Ari Kadukka and Kozhi Cheriyaulli Roast.

The main course will include non-vegetarian dishes such as Malabar Kozhi Curry, Wayanad Kozhi Mappas (chicken curry cooked in coconut oil with coriander and curry leaves), Thenga Aracha Meen Chaaru (king fish simmered in coconut and tamarind gravy), Eraichi Urlankezhangu Stew (lamb and potato stew) and Konju Pollichathu (tiger prawns wrapped in banana leaves and griddled).

Vegetarians can choose from traditional specialities like Thakkali Vattichathu (tomato masala tempered with garlic and mustard), Koon Masala Curry (fresh button mushrooms in roasted coconut gravy), Muringayila Parippu Curry (yellow lentils and drumsticks curry), and Nadan Pachakari Khorma (seasonal vegetables simmered in coconut and yoghurt).

Other dishes include the Chef’s Special Meen Molaku Curry (spicy and sour king fish curry), Eraichi Varattiyathu (lamb cubes dry roasted with coconut and Malabar spices), Cheemen Manga Chaaru (shrimps simmered in ground spices with green mango and shallots) and Vendakka Molakittathu (spicy and sour lady’s finger curry with coconut curry).

These will be accompanied by staples like Kappa Vivichathu, Podi Pathiri, Idiappam, Ari Pathal or trademark rice preparations like Moplah Biryani, Chuvanna Choru and Neichoru.

The desserts include Unnakkayi, Cheru Payaru Payasam and Pal Ada Payasam.
 
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