After the resounding success of the first two seasons, EPIC Channel presents a revamped avatar of its Raja Rasoi series. EPIC Channel's Raja Rasoi series - titled Raja Rasoi Aur Andaaz Anokha - stands true to its name. While the lore and love of Indian food remains just as passionate, the new season presents a discovery oriented show format that transforms table-top cooking into an exciting food lab.
They say that variety is the spice of life. Well, Indian cuisine is abundant with both spice and variety. But how did the Indian palate come to be this colourful? The answer lies in the royal kitchens of India. Indian Royalty are the custodians of the ancient culinary traditions. Raja, Rasoi aur Anya Kahaniyaan takes us through the history of food prepared in the royal kitchens of India, whose blending of foreign imports, rare fowls, elaborate preparation methods and local herbs, created some of the best and most flavourful food in the country.
Sakshi looks for her mother's prized recipe diary, the invaluable gift she was was given when she left home to come and work in Mumbai. She decides that she will celebrate one festival a week based on the recipes in her mother's book. She decides to begin this journey by celebrating 'Ganesh Chaturthi'. She makes Modak and Pappaya ka halwa.
Ranveer Brar tells Manu Bhai to bring some Bun Maskas to have with a cup of Irani Chai. And it seems Manu Bhai has a memorable Bun Maska story to spill over a cup of tea.
Lost Recipes is about the rediscovery of dishes dropped from the pages of history, and re-living the long-lost traditions, and perhaps, reviving them. Chef Aditya Bal heads off to different regions in India, from Uttarandhra to Kutch, on a quest to unearth these once-popular culinary rituals and recipes. Because all these recipes are no longer found in cookbooks, Aditya must turn back the clock and wade through memories and folklore to find the original Lost Recipes.
Sakshi Tanwar is on a mission to celebrate India's festivals. Join her as she celebrates each festival by sharing her long cherished, heirloom recipes of various bhogs & prasads identified with the Gods. Peppered with folklores, legends and Sakshi's personal anecdotes, Tyohaar Ki Thaali is a show that offers a delectable mix of stories and recipes that will inspire you to cook more