Parotta & Idiyappam Eating Festival At Banana Leaf

The most beautiful part of any season is the food favourite’s one can indulge in, and Winter is like the king of all seasons for the best of food available during this time of the year. During Winters the best part of any meal to be enjoyed is either at dinner hours when the temperature is chilly or straight away in the early morning hours which for me personally is a perfect time to have yummy food fresh and hot right as you rise.

At this time many eating places start of some interesting menu choices and Banana Leaf (Southern Avenue) was not behind ,in fact it is leading a quick start with it’s Parotta & Idiyappam Festival!. This November month the menu is already available every weekend right now in the morning hours and from the month of December they will have it every day. Now that certainly calls for a great breakfast here which should not be missed out.

The menu has two choices, one is Parotta which is a flatbread for those of you who don’t know and the process of it to make is with using maida flour rolled in thin layers to form a spiralled ball shape and later flattened to fry or roast. The parotta here has a very nice crisp and wonderful taste not very rich and just right as it should be. It is served along with Veg Korma and Raita which on it’s own is a delicious affair, so imagine this one to blow your mind with it’s combination served on a plate.

The second one is the Idiyappam which looks like a noodle form made with rice flour along with the it’s necessary ingredients.This dish is something new for most of the people in Kolkata as it isn’t easily available everywhere so this is something not to miss out especially as you get two of the tastiest sides along which are Veg Korma again and coconut milk. The experience with this one was really very nice for me as it was gentle to chew, and when it was tried out with the korma it was absolutely a relishing moment.

Check out pictures, and how the meal starts with a filter coffee in the full post on the Food Seeker Blog.

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