Go across a gastronomical journey with the Indian states – an authenticity story

Pritchen emphasizes pre-independence cuisine.

With the draw-in space of the F&B industry closing for most of 2020, takeaways, delivery-only, and cloud kitchens have been quite a strain for many of us. Over the past year, countless restaurants have turned to delivery-only or in-home dining concepts, with the addition of cloud kitchens likely to open. Not only do they offer mouth-watering dishes, many of them have come up with innovative ways for consumers to feel like a restaurant at home. IntenseThe new Cloud Kitchen definitely tops the list on the block!

Translated from the word “ancient”, Intense – The objective of pre-1947 India is to bring back the glory of the original Indian tastes that preceded the Mughal period. At a time where modern Indian cuisine and fusion food have stepped into the center stage, Intense Rajasthan, Kerala’s ancient cooking techniques, utensils and ingredients, and to honor and immortalise the heritage of Indian food, is to maintain the famous Mughal kitchen. Picking up some of the most signature dishes from many states, Intense Emphasis has been placed on pre-independence dishes, which originated in the kitchens of Indian princely states, both to the royal kitchen and to the locals.

(Also read: The ‘Box’ Delivering flavors to your doorstep in regional Indian food)


Try with us Intense Chef Brijesh Ghansiyal had jammed some of the most unique dishes in the whole of India. Every delirium from Awadhi Nihari, Chapli Kabab to Hyderabadi Murg and Rajasthani Lala Mass was a revelation of the culture and tradition of the respective state. Be it the layers of individual flavors of dum biryani or the aromatic Hyderabadi flavor in dum ka murga, we obviously cannot stop a bite.


While we had a heart in the rashi chapli kebabs, the mouth-watering paneer was a scrape, which we could not climb. The completely buttered dal makhni was also quite a heavenly affair. When it was served with a range of bread and tantalizing chutney, it was a complete affair.

Intense Different small ceramic jars come in, not only for the authentic flavors of ancient India, but also for antique packaging, which is sure to impress the antique hoarders in you!

About Anchal MathurAnchal does not share food. A cake in its vicinity disappears in a record time of 10 seconds. In addition to loading on sugar, she also likes to binge on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely he can find his Soulmate on a food app.



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