Gala Dinner Party at President’s house today: Every Foodie is wondering why we are not invited to PM’s oath ceremony?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with his ministers will take the oath of his office for the second consecutive term after BJP party witnessed a massive victory in recently held Lok Sabha Elections. According to reports, around 8,000 guests are expected to attend the oath ceremony.
All of them will be served high tea and dinner after the ceremony at 7 pm. It is expected to be the biggest –ever event at Rashtrapati Bhavan, as per reports. Amid all this, the one thing that caught our attention was ‘Food’ that is going to be served in the Oath ceremony. After reading the details, we are like why we are not invited to PM’s oath ceremony?
The event will include vegetarian and non- vegetarian dishes. A number of head states, heads of governments, diplomats, Senior Political leaders and media persons are scheduled to attend the event.
Let’s take a look at the drooling menu of PM’s Oath Ceremony:
- Vegetables Lemon Tarts
- Dal Raisina ( Variant of Maa Ki Dal)
This all will be available for the guests. Notably, Dal Raisina is a variant of Maa Ki Dal which takes around 48 hours to cook. Interestingly, Dal Raisina was introduced by Machindra Kasture who became the first chef for the President of India in Rashtrapati Bhavan, after he was chosen by former President Pratibha Patil.
The temperature in Delhi is soaring. Keeping that in mind this time Swearing –in ceremony timings have been pushed to 7 Pm. In 2014, the 6 Pm swearing-in ceremony had the guests walking around 4- 4:30 pm in the scorching heat of Delhi and due to security reasons, water bottles were also not allowed.
Before we wrap up, it’s okay that we are not invited to PM’s oath ceremony. But still, we can try Dal Raisina. If you also want to try this here is the recipe:
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