Friday, September 13, 2013

Pasta and Pizzas at Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut has been a household name in India for some time and has been dominating the market because of their constant endeavour to customize their menus as per the local tastes. At least, that's what I think - for I have seen stuff titled "Punjabi Mania" in North India, where people love spicy stuff.

The latest innovation from them is introducing pastas in their palate - they have tied up with Barila (international pasta brand). Chef Arjyo Banerjee of Pizza Hut and Chef Luca Ciano of Barila came together in a very lively and interactive evening and shared with us tips and recipes of preparing various dishes. Do you know there are more than 100 types of pasta shapes available in the world?

Both Arjyo and Luca served us personally the dishes they had made and took note of our observations. There were some unthinkable improvisations - like using fried brinjal skin as a dressing!! Of course, the traditional pizza and dessert were also included!
 I returned home with the tastes lingering in my mouth!


ashok said...

delightful post anu :-)

My Unfinished Life said...

As i already told you, the writing looks as if u posted mid writing.... description of the various pastas served would have been an added bonus...

definitely not your better posts!!

Ramakant Pradhan said...

Sounds like a great addition. Need to give it a try. I love their pizzas though I prefer Domino's sides.

R. Ramesh said...

buddy when v meet in delhi is going to be a PH party..what say..

R. Ramesh said...

hey i wrote something duno whether regd..anwy..i was saying..when v meet sometime in will be a party at PH :) what say...

Haddock said...

100 types of pasta shapes ? Thats news to me (who is not so fond of it)
By the way went into this G+ thing and they changed my complete I card. So now its Joe from Haddock.

Anupama K. Mazumder said...

Great food delights me too!

@MyUnFinished Life,
I've added the closing line.. may be that's what u were looking for?

Some dishes from Dominos are indeed good. But these pastas are going to be great!

Anupama K. Mazumder said...

Anytime buddy!

Its how one makes it, no? Pizza hut has also "Indianised" some preparations!