Be Hooked to Appetizers

“Appetizers are the little things you keep eating until you lose your appetite.” This is a very agreeable saying made by Joe Moore.
Indian Bay Leaf restaurant offers varied picks of appetizers to choose from and be crazy about. Chicken, lamb, fish, prawn, and vegetables are the scrumptious sets you can savour. We have Chili Chicken, Lamb Pepper Fry, Apollo Fish, Prawn Majestic, Fried Prawns, Vegetable Manchurian, Gobi Manchurian, Paneer Majestic, Onion Pakora, Vegetable Pakora, Fish Pakora, and Paneer Pakora. These are the appetizers laden for you.
The Chili chicken is formed into cubes and cooked in soy sauce, ketchup, and ginger garlic paste. Lamb pepper is marinated and prepared with pepper, ginger, and garlic paste with a touch of cilantro. Steeped basa cooked in yogurt sauce with a pinch of cumin and curry leaves is the nature of Apollo Fish. Prawn Majestic is cooked in yogurt sauce and served with cilantro. Still, about prawns, the fried ones are chilly soaked with cilantro and spices. Deep-fried mixed vegetable dumplings coated in soy sauce and mixed Indian spices make up the Vegetable Manchurian. Gobi Manchurian is made up of cauliflower florets. Paneer Majestic is a deep-fried cottage cheese with coated spice flavoured flour. Seasoned onion fritters make up the onion pakora, while chickpea batter coated deep fried crispy vegetable fritters make up the vegetable pakora.

What to love about Hyderabadi Biryani ?

A celebration dish of basmati rice and mutton, along with yogurt, onions, and various spices. This is what you can thoroughly imagine about the flavour and plating of a Hyderabadi Biryani.
Hyderabadi Biryani is one of the most widely held foods in the city. It is markedly diverse from other variants of the Biryani, originating from the kitchens of the Nizams of Hyderabad.
Hyderabadi cuisine , also known as Deccani cuisine, is the native cooking style of the Hyderabadi Muslims, and began to develop after the foundation of the Bahmani Sultanate, and more drastically with the Qutb Shahi dynasty around the city of Hyderabad, promoting the native cuisine along with their own. Hyderabadi Biryani cuisine had become a princely legacy of the Nizams of Hyderabad State, as it began to further develop further on from there. The dish is a combination of Mughal, Turkish, and Arabic, along with the influence of the native Telugu and Marathwada cuisines. Hyderabadi cuisine contains a wide selection of rice, wheat, and meat dishes and the skilled use of various spices, herbs, and natural nourishments.
Hyderabadi cuisine has different recipes for different events, and hence is categorized accordingly, from banquet food, to weddings and parties, festival foods, and travel foods. The category to which the recipe belongs itself speaks of different things like the time required to prepare the food, the shelf life of the prepared item, and etc.
The heirloom of authentic Hyderabadi cuisine and its complete royal saga of dishes and recipes are believed to still persist with the veteran Nawab Mehboob Alam Khan, and so with the native elderly women of local ménage.
If you want to make your festivities feel special, the delicious and tasty Hyderabadi Biryani is the perfect dish for you. The authenticity of the Biryani recipe brings an unusual aroma and a lovely mixture of real Biryani spices.

Hyderabad’s Diverse and Rich Culture

Recognized as the ‘’City of Pearls,” Hyderadab is very rich in beliefs and practices. It is also famous for its magnificent customs and traditions. The city is renowned for its hospitality, especially to the tenants freely coming from different regions and from all walks of life. People here speak languages like Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Hindi, Urdu, and Marathi. Hyderabad’s unique culture comes with the abundance of Islamic and Hindu philosophies. Those who speak Telugu and are of ‘Andhra’ descent are called ‘Andhraites’, while, the people whose vernacular Hindi language is Urdu, are typically known as Hyderabadis. In terms of cuisines, its food is known to be the most blazing and sizzling in India and is true, fit for the noblemen! ‘Double Ka Meetha’, ‘Haleem’, and ‘Naancut’ biscuits are some of the popular food items here. Hyderabadi Biryani is also on top of their mouth-watering dishes and great quality of food. They also happily celebrate Christmas and rejoice during festivals like Eid, Diwali, and Dusshera. The culture of Hyderadab is truly a diverse one due to the impeccable combination of old-fashioned tenets and contemporary ways of life.
Talking about art centers, Hyderabad has lots to offer for everyone desiring to savor a taste of the world of “arts.” You can explore a cultural center or a local university, to be more knowledgeable about Telugu/Urdu literature or go straight to an art center to see the fascinating beauty of their dance and music. For instance, Kathak, Hyderabad’s popular dance form, is considered the most famous dance form in the city, followed by Kuchipudi, Bharatanatyam and Odissi. Lastly, if you wish to witness extraordinary paintings, regular exhibitions at their arts and cultural centers in Hyderabad will give you a scent of classic Nawabi designed portraits and modern paintings.