Updated: May 18, 2015 6:26:25 pm
Good news for mango lovers who want to relish the different flavours of the King of Fruits. ‘The Taste of Summer’ festival which is being held at at three outlets of the Foodhall premium lifestyle food superstore brings to you delectable recipes craft out of the golden delicacy.
Foodhall by the Future Group is a pure gastronomical delight with its global cuisine and the mango festival is the icing on the cake. So, relish your craving with ample delicious dishes like raw mango salsa, raw mango chutney, raw mango chaat and raw mango salad.
The patisserie section is replete with heavenly and nectarious combinations such as mango galette bretonne, mango coconut cake, mango and lychee mousse cake and mango cream caramel pudding.
The summer festival is not just restricted to mangoes but also brings a myriad range of other exotic salads such as beetroot carpaccio, orange and asparagus salad, Mexican quinoa salad and grapefruit and arugula salad.
Those inclined toward cheese can try out the likes of feta, mozzarella, bocconcini,
brie and ricotta – all light cheeses that pair well with summer salads.
The festival equally takes care to quench your summer thirst. Sip exotic mocktails like jalapeno lemonade, passion fruit iced tea, aloe vera and cucumber cooler, grapefruit and mango juice or savour the lip-smacking milkshakes such as Belgian chocolate, caramel, strawberry and mocha.
Not to disappoint the tea lovers, the festival introduces you to some exotica like peppermint tea, Moroccan mint tea and infused teas with citrus and berry flavours.
So without much ado, get a bite of your favourite mango dish and wash it down with your favourite drink.
The summer festival will continue till the end of May in all three Foodhall outlets – DLF Place Saket, DLF Promenade Vasant Kunj and Central Mall Gurgaon.
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