Published in Femina Magazine @ The BrewMaster Delhi

Dated: 22 July 2013 | Category: Press releases | Comments: 0

Family Feast

Thers’s a lots of good food to choose from at this spacious eatery, says Kavita Devgan

Name: The Mix by The Brewmaster

Location: Moments Mall, Second Floor, Kirti Nagar

Ambience: Spacious and tastefully done up, the restaurant includes three luxurious private dining rooms that can seat up to 15 diners each.

What we loved: Judging from the starters, it’s clear that the restaurant has its basic right. The eatery has an extensive menu featuring Indian and European dishes, and a Teppanyaki (style of Japanese cuisine that uses an iron griddle to cook food) section.

The Variety makes this a great place to head to family dinners, where everyone has different tastes.

We loved the Chicken Stroganoff, the Tandoori Jhinga, the chicken in Barbecue Sauce and the Burra kebab. The flavors of each dish were authentic and even the thin and crispy roti were good.

We rounded off our meal with Phirni and the Baked Yogurt with Black pepper, which made for an unusual but nice dessert. However, we would liked to see more choices in the dessert section.

On weekends, The Mix also offers lunch and dinner buffets that are reasonably priced at Rs 199 and Rs 499 respectively. If you have a family function coming up, their banquet hall, Happenings can accommodate more than 350 people.

BAKED YOGHURT

Pepper adds an unusual flavor dimension to this dessert.

INGREDIENTS

· 500 g yoghurt

· 500 g condensed milk

· 500 g fresh cream

· 5 g freshly ground pepper

· Mint leaves for garnishing

· Cherries for garnishing

METHOD of Baked Yoghurt

Preheat the oven to 200 C. Whisk the yoghurt, condensed milk and fresh cream together. Add the crushed black pepper and whisk again. Spoon the yoghurt mixture into shot glasses and place the glasses on a baking tray. Keep the tray in a preheated oven and pour some water. Bake for 15 minutes. Cool at Room temperature and then chill in the refrigerator. Serve chilled, garnished with mint leaves and cherry.

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