Nothing can replace the essence of celebrating significant days in India with a dose of something sweet. And it grows manifold when the occassion is Republic Day. 26 January 1950 marks the historic date when India got its republic status, and the great Indian constitution came into force. To uphold those sentiments, Execuctive Chef Merajuddin Ansari prepares three creative desserts in tri-colour
India is prepping for its 74th Republic Day celebration, and the mood is festive and upbeat. On this day, India celebrates the enactment of its constitution. People enjoy trying delightful savoury and sweet foods that mimic the colours that signify our country. Merajuddin Ansari, Executive Chef of the Four Points by Sheraton Navi Mumbai, has created a special menu following these thoughts. Ansari has won several awards and has over 19 years of extensive experience. With a proven track record of quickly learning new concepts and adapting to demanding and constantly changing industry norms and situations, he presents three desserts with a touch of tradition, modernism and a fusion of both.
Tiranga Malai Cheesecake
Creamy cheesecake in tricolour, Image Source: Four Points By Sheraton, Navi Mumbai
Demould on a plate, garnish and serve.
Tiranga Rabdi Mousse
Delicious and creative mousse, Image Source: Four Points By Sheraton, Navi Mumbai
For the Rabdi
For the Mousse
Serve it chilled!
Tri Colour Pannacotta
Tempting tricolour dessert, Image Source: Four Points By Sheraton, Navi Mumbai
Once the glasses are set, they are ready to be served.