Five Delicacies Courses of Mithila Cuisineihmcollege
Mithila, A community which is famous for its arts, culture and music from prehistoric times. And while talking about culture, it is always incomplete without its cuisine. The Mithila community is very rich in cuisine as well.
Plating, Demonstration and tasting of 5 delicacies courses from Matka chia to paan of traditional cuisine of Mithila community is presented on 6th Jan,2021 at IHM college, Sathdobato, Lalitpur.
With the Dream of promoting and presenting Nepalese ethnic delicacies from every corner of one culture to another nationally and globally, “I am with Chef” started the series Taste of Nepalese Food- The Next Destination. During the festival of Tihar, “I am with chef” organized “sel ko swad”, in Dakshinkali to encourage local food sellers, which was a massive success.
This time “I am with chef” has organized the another series “5 delicacies courses of Maithili Cuisine”, in associated with IHM College and Hospitality guides Pvt.ltd with the team of expertise Chefs Pashupati Poudel, Mahesh Shah, Satish Mahato and Bikash Dangol. The delicacies include Matka tea, taruwa, bathuwa ko soup, Mithila thali set, ghar ko aap ko achar, aalu chokha and many more.
Honorable guests, Puspa Thapa Magar (Founder President of CAN), Dhirendra Premarsi (Cultural expertise), Ajit Sah (Mithila Painting Artist), R&D Chef Sandeep Khatri’s presence raise the level of the event. Expertise of culture and cuisine have discussed and praised Mr. Surach Prasai, CEO of IHM College that the event will definitely help in revolution of ethnic Maithili Cuisine promotion, modern plating and presentation without losing the value of authenticity.
Chef Puspa Thapa Magar stated that Maithili cuisine belongs and represents not only Maithili community but also whole Nepalese cuisine and people.
Cultural Expertise Mr. Premarsi explained that though the Mithila community is rich in arts, music and culture from prehistoric times, the value of cuisine has always dominated.
R&D Chef Sandeep Khatri shared his research about the relationship between Malla and Mithila dynasty with the value of cultures,arts and cuisines.
CEO of IHM College, Mr Prasai tributed the event to Chef Santosh Sah for representing Nepalese cuisine in such a huge platform of Masterchef UK, Professional. And also added the revolutionary quote, “One Person, One Practice”, for promoting Nepalese cuisine.
Mohan Gajurel, General Secretary of GNCF informed that CTEVT has started the practice of teaching Nepalese Cuisine and also requested all academic and vocational institutions to start teaching ethnic cuisine of 128 diversified culture’s cuisine.
Artist Ajit Sah, Chef Pashupati Poudel, Chef Mahesh Shah, Reporter and Singer Rupa Jha and Reporter Amrendra Yadav gave their opinion in ethnic taste with ethnic & modern plating session.