Bengaluru: Avare Mela, open till January 9, drawing impressive crowds of 2,000 visitors everyday

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07-01-2024

    Avare Mela in Bengaluru organized by Sree Vasavi Condiments

    Crispy avare beans and avarebele flakes recipes introduced this year

    Mela to remain open until January 9, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The Avare Mela in Bengaluru, an annual celebration of the Hyacinth beans organized by Sree Vasavi Condiments, kicked off at the National College ground, drawing an impressive crowd of around 2,000 visitors on its first day.

The festival revolves around avarebele, a vital dietary ingredient in south Karnataka. This year’s edition introduced two innovative dishes: crispy avare beans and avarebele flakes, a delectable flaky ice cream crafted from avarekaalu. A whopping 20 tonnes of avarebele were ingeniously transformed into a plethora of mouthwatering dishes.

Among the festival’s highlights were popular desserts such as avarebele holige, avare jalebi, avare ice cream, avare dose, and avare gobi manchurian. Festival-goers expressed their fascination and satisfaction, praising the event as an excellent experience. They lauded the farm-to-table initiative, highlighting the remarkable collaboration between local farmers and Sree Vasavi Condiments in crafting diverse and unique delicacies.

To accommodate the surge in visitors, organizers addressed previous space constraints by expanding the event with additional stalls.

The Avare Mela, a celebration of Hyacinth beans, is scheduled to remain open until January 9, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., offering more opportunities for attendees to savour the culinary delights and appreciate the rich agricultural heritage of the region.

Bengaluru: Avare Mela, open till January 9, drawing impressive crowds of 2,000 visitors everyday

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    Avare Mela in Bengaluru organized by Sree Vasavi Condiments

    Crispy avare beans and avarebele flakes recipes introduced this year

    Mela to remain open until January 9, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

The Avare Mela in Bengaluru, an annual celebration of the Hyacinth beans organized by Sree Vasavi Condiments, kicked off at the National College ground, drawing an impressive crowd of around 2,000 visitors on its first day.

The festival revolves around avarebele, a vital dietary ingredient in south Karnataka. This year’s edition introduced two innovative dishes: crispy avare beans and avarebele flakes, a delectable flaky ice cream crafted from avarekaalu. A whopping 20 tonnes of avarebele were ingeniously transformed into a plethora of mouthwatering dishes.

Among the festival’s highlights were popular desserts such as avarebele holige, avare jalebi, avare ice cream, avare dose, and avare gobi manchurian. Festival-goers expressed their fascination and satisfaction, praising the event as an excellent experience. They lauded the farm-to-table initiative, highlighting the remarkable collaboration between local farmers and Sree Vasavi Condiments in crafting diverse and unique delicacies.

To accommodate the surge in visitors, organizers addressed previous space constraints by expanding the event with additional stalls.

The Avare Mela, a celebration of Hyacinth beans, is scheduled to remain open until January 9, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., offering more opportunities for attendees to savour the culinary delights and appreciate the rich agricultural heritage of the region.

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