To keep up with the spirit of the festive season, Crowne Plaza Today, Gurugram, conducted a creative workshop to bake and decorate ‘Diwali inspired novelty cupcakes’ and bring a modern twist to the festive celebrations this year.

Hosted by Café G, the multi-cuisine restaurant at the hotel, the workshop was led by Nilesh Dey, Executive Chef who is known as an expert at combining traditional flavours with modern culinary techniques displayed fusion Diwali treats such as Mawa Mewa, Motichoor and Pataka cupcakes.

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The workshop had the Chef teaching how to bake eggless cupcakes followed by the participants decorating six cupcakes- two each of Vanilla, Choco-Chip and Red Velvet cupcakes in teams of two.

Commenting on the occasion Nalin Mandiratta, General Manager said: “We continually aim to create exceptional culinary experiences and bring innovative dining concepts to our guests. The festival of Diwali is all about spending time with the family, decorating homes with lights and colours and indulging in delectable sweets. To bring an innovative twist to the festive treats, our expert chefs infused traditional flavours into cupcakes and created an interesting ‘fusion’ option of Diwali sweets.”

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Chef Dey said: “Diwali is the time for indulgence and people are always looking to try something different, to add to the festive cheer. ‘Diwali themed fusion cupcakes’ are a great option to go beyond traditional sweets, while staying true to the flavours that are essential to Diwali. These are easy to prepare, makes for a great gifting option and are guaranteed to impress at get-togethers with family and friends.”

This was followed by a scrumptious lunch at Café G. The Diwali gift hampers curated by the hotel were also displayed at the event and gifted to the participants.

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