Kuala Lumpur, May 30 – The High Commission of India, Kuala Lumpur, in collaboration with Telugu Association of Malaysia is organizing the Telugu Food Festival 2015 at Grand Seasons Hotel, Kuala Lumpur for the first time. This event will be inaugurated on 4th June 2015 at 7.30pm, in conjunction with the ongoing Festival of India in Malaysia 2015.
The Telugu Food Festival will be held from 5th till 14th June 2015.
The High Commission of India, Kuala Lumpur in association with Telugu Association of Malaysia and Grand Seasons Hotel, Kuala Lumpur is pleased to present the delectable Telugu cuisine straight from the land of Charminar, which is the patron of Nizam’s food.
Two well-known chefs are being flown in specially from India to take part in the festival and prepare the delicacies. The Federal Territory state administration has given their full support to hold the food festival to Kuala Lumpur.
Telugu Cuisine, the name often makes people think is synonymous to Hyderabadi Cuisine. But there is more to Telegu Cuisine than Hyderabadi. The cuisine of Andhra Pradesh and Telengana is based on regional variation, its rich cultural heritage and the influence of the Royal recipes from the Nawabs.
Their cuisine is a mix between the culinary delegates of the Hindus and Muslims. Being the largest producer of rice in India, Andhra Pradesh and Telengana cuisine is mostly rice based which can be eaten with vegetarian or non-vegetarian. They are also the hub of red chillies particularly Guntur belt, which makes most of the dishes from this belt very spicy or fiery. The traditional delicacies of Andhra and Telengana region are absolutely mouthwatering having a liberal use of spices.
The festival will continue till 14th June 2015 at the O’las Indian Restaurant of Grand Seasons Hotel (Buffet dinner only from 7.00pm till 10.30pm). For visit to Food Festival, please contact Mrs Dhanalaxmi at 0340439999 or email@example.com or the Grand Seasons Hotel.
All are invited to taste Nizam’s special, delicious and mouthwatering dishes as well as the regional variations of Andhra and Telengana. Be comfortable and feel like a Nizam!