Big festivals deserve big treatment; following this premise, India’s leading restaurant chain of south Indian food decided to delight its customers with 4-foot long family Dosa on the eve of Diwali. The hot and crispy family Dosa along with red & white chutneys made from a blend of natural ingredients like pulses, sesame seeds, coriander, cumin and pomegranate, and the pure & refreshing Sambar containing the freshness of healthy vegetables intensify the festive zest and the triumph of sparkling Diwali. Furthermore, the excitement takes an extra plunge when the lusciously long Dosa is complemented by the tempting Rava Kesari. A bowl full of desirable sweetness and mellow feelings completes the meal as well as this grand festival of happiness and prosperity.
Sooji (semolina), almonds, saffron, and raisins; the main ingredients of delicious Rava Kesari apart from the sugar, milk, and pure ghee. Rava or semolina is a rich source of carbohydrates. Kesar or saffron used in this recipe not merely imparts a serene yellow colour to it, but also has many health benefits as it is a good anti-oxidant.
Murali Krishna Parna, CEO of Sagar Ratna Restaurants said, “Indian festivals are considered incomplete without tasty food and desserts. A combination of family size Dosa along with Rava Kesari not only enhances the jubilation of Diwali festival, but it also helps to strengthen the family bonding in a friendly environment.”