Now you can channel your inner baker with Hyatt Regency Delhi’s easy-to-follow recipe of baking bread. By Bayar Jain
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Everybody’s a chef these days, and why not! When you’ve got all the time in the world, and series such as #TnlTasteOfTheWorld to guide you through the process. Jumping onto a similar bandwagon is Hyatt Regency Delhi helping you create a staple we’ve all been scrambling to get in the markets – bread.
As essential commodities in shops start to dwindle – bread being one of them – Hyatt Regency Delhi has taken an initiative to help you empower yourself by teaching you how to make your own loaf. Shared on their social media platform, Chef Ivan Chieregatti, the Executive Chef at Hotel Hyatt Regency Delhi, gives a detailed step-by-step procedure of how to go about the process. He divides the entire recipe into three capsules: activating the yeast, preparing the dough, and finally baking.
That’s not all though! In the six-minute-long video, Chef Chieregatti also gives a tip on how to differentiate between soft bread and hard.
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The easy-to-follow recipe uses ingredients such as flour, yeast, oil, salt, sugar, honey, and semolina – all of which can be delivered to your doorstep by the hotel itself. Apart from the bread kit, the hotel will also send across detailed instructions for you to follow.
Apart from delivering bread kits, the luxury hotel is also undertaking orders for home deliveries from their restaurants – La Piazza, T.k’s Oriental Grill, Yakitori, The China Kitchen, and their cafe. Their menu features a range of foods like pork gyoza, penne arrabbiata, Sichuan fried noodles, dal makhani, biryani, or even tiramisu. If your birthday is around the corner, you can even place an order for a chocolate truffle cake, fruit cake, or grand truffle crunchy cake. The full delivery menu is available here.
To place your order, simply call on 011 47600559, and be assured of a swift and safe delivery.
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