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Pat Chapman grills the world at Barbeque Nation

This is what I saw as I entered Barbeque Nation...

Okay, that conversation was my imagination...hah. The celebrity here is none other than UK's Curry King, Pat Chapman.


Pat Chapman is partnering with Barbeque Nation, one of the most successful casual dining restaurant chains in India, to introduce his 14 new marinades across the country and mark the entry of a completely new genre of barbequed food...

Pat Chapman gave a live demo of couple of his new marinades made from flavorful ingredients like Galangal, lemongrass, Basil leaves, fish sauce etc...

Hot Mai Thai Fish being prepared...

Here's the recipe of the Hot Mai Thai Fish...


Barbeque Nation is a pioneer in India to promote ‘DIY’ (do-it-yourself) cuisine with a concept of live on-the-table grill in India...


I think, the charcoal grill on each table is  just perfect for the barbecue experience...


Marinades, sauces and basting brushes are provided...




This is the part where you should be careful. They will keep giving you different varieties of irresistible Kababs, until you say stop. You will surely go on overeating if not careful...

The chicken...


The Prawns...

More chicken...

Grilled Sweet potato, Mushroom, Corn...

Some more chicken...



For the main course, I had Goan Prawn curry, Rogan Josh, Butter Chicken... 

And the Murshidabadi Chicken Biriyani was most tasty...

They have a huge variety of desserts to choose from. This is what I chose...



For the ‘Pat Chapman Grills The World’ Food Fest, 14 new marinades from Chef Chapman’s amazing repertoire will be laid out at the Barbeque Nation. 

From the British Isles come the Yorkshire Marinade, Worcestershire Marinade and the Spanish Valencia Marinade. Pat Chapman’s recipe from the Middle East comprises the Lebanon ~ Arabian Marinade and Persian Marinade. He whips up a fiery bunch of marinades from the Americas with the hot American Texican Marinade, Albuquerque Atomic Marinade, New Orleans Incendiary Marinade, Aztec ~ Mole Poblano Marinade and the Jamaican Jerk Marinade. From Australasia comes the Outback Emu while Pat’s delectable Far East marinades include the Mighty Hot Mai Thai, Chinese Sichuan and Indonesian Bumbukacang recipes.



30 comments:

  1. My dear Shiju, should I live long enough to visit India in 5 years & visit your household, I think you'll resemble a roly poly Buddha, rather than the Shija I once knew. I always wanted to visit Barbecue Nation & there is one here. I think I will go to Global Fusion first since it only a mile from the house.

    Great mouth watering photos here today.

    Happy Diwali to you & the family.

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  2. Now I am seriously hungry

    Mollyxxx

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  3. oh it all looks so delicious! ha, your "grilling" narrative was funny :)

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  4. Everything looks packed with flavor!

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  5. Look at all those grill...must be delicious and rich in flavors...lucky you to be tasting them :)

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  6. wow it all looks wonderful. Happy PPF, Annette x

    http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

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  7. What a fun post! The food pics are mouth-watering, the commentary is interesting, and all in all, it makes me want to heat up the grill.

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  8. If food is an art--and taking pictures of it is art (which it is) I'm a big fan. I think I need to go raid the friggy.

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  9. Oh what delectable photos and food! India is def. on my bucket list, and oh I could just smell the wonderful spices. Thanks for sharing and happy PPF!

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  10. I would certainly overeat...
    The marinated fish was interesting!

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  11. Wow, looks like an amazing experience for all the senses. Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  12. Wow! All that food looks so yummy!! Thank you for sharing! Hugs! deb

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  13. Tusen takk for din helgeglede. Ønsker deg en fin søndag.
    Virkelig fine bilder.

    Vivi

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  14. I am suddenly hungry now. Wonderful looking ceremony. . Visiting from Sunday's in my City

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  15. I am always hungry after seeing your posts!

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  16. I would think stopping would be very difficult. Everything looks so tasty!
    :-)
    Traci

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  17. My mouth is salivating now! Looks delicious!

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  18. I pinned that recipe, I love it when you do that haha. Love the photos, all looks so delicious, particularly the chicken and prawns :)

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  19. aaah, what a delicious, yummy and beautiful post!

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  20. Mouth-watering photography, as always!
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/10/layers-of-time.html.

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  21. Look so yummy, thanks for sharing!

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  22. Not a good post to see when one is hungry. Must go make breakfast now.

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  23. WOW sounds like a wonderful place for flavoring foods!!

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  24. Now, I am hungry. All of it looks great. MMMMMM.

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  25. like your photos, ,looking very professional.

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