G20 Summit 2023: G20 summit in India’s capital Delhi from today i.e. 9th September (G20 Summit) has started. During this period, special arrangements have been made for the guests coming from different parts of the country and abroad. Under this, the capital has been decorated with different types of colored lights and other modern techniques. Along with this, care is being taken that the G20 summit (G20 Summit) should not cause any problem to any guest arriving to participate.
During this conference, various types of food items have also been made available so that the culture and tradition of India can be presented to the foreign guests. In this, there is a lot of discussion about 5 types of mixed pulses of coarse grains served in Millets thali and sweets made from Millets only. It is being said that India is introducing its culture and tradition by including items like millets in the food menu.
These dishes are included in the food menu
Let us tell you that organized in India g20 summit The government is very curious about this. The government is trying to provide respect to the foreign guests by whatever means possible and also to serve them a variety of dishes which can showcase Indian tradition and culture. In this sequence, India has included famous food from South Indian to North India in the food items prepared for foreign guests. This includes dishes from the South like Malabar Paratha, Idli-Sambhar, Mysore Dosa and Urulai Vathakkaal. Apart from this, 5 types of mixed pulses of coarse grains and sweets made from millets will also be a part of the menu in the millets thali.
These sweets are included in the menu for the guests
If reports are to be believed, many types of sweets are also included in the menu for the foreign guests during this conference. This includes desserts like Kesar Pista-Thandai flavored vermicelli, Dal-Almond Halwa, Jodhpuri Mawa Kachori, Bikaner Malai Ghevar, Besan Churma, Gulab Churma, Orange Malpua, Anjeer Halwa, Gum Halwa, Apple Crumble Pie and Malai Kulfi with Faluda. Materials are available.
Foreign guests will be able to taste street food
Let us tell you that senior leaders like US President Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will be able to enjoy Indian street food. It is reported that in the form of street food, famous chaat and other ingredients from Chandni Chowk of Delhi to Rajasthan will be available. This includes items like Bhalle-Papri, Kachori, Raj Kachori, Aloo Tikki, Jalebi, Palak Chole Tikki, Bikaneri Dal Paratha and Jodhpuri Mirchi Vada.
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