Enjoy the flavours of Hadoti at ITC Rajputana till 23 September

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Experience the undiscovered legacy of Hadoti cuisine with the ongoing Hadoti Food Festival at Hotel ITC Rajputana. Under the banner ‘Kitchens of India’, the festival brings to the forefront delicacies of three cities of Rajasthan — Bundi, Kota and Jhalawar.

The food of the Hadoti region is predominantly made of locally grown ingredients like beans and dried lentils and uses gram flour, corn and bajra majorly. Some of the popular dishes include Bajre Ki Khichdi, Dal Baafla Baati, Gatte Ki Sabji, Ker Sangri, Kota Kachori, Gol Maans, Kacher Kala Maans, among others.

The festival is on at Hotel ITC Rajputana’s Jal mahal Restaurant till 23 September.

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