A symphony of flavours and nutrition hits the sweet spot in Thanjavur's culinary landscape
In a culinary breakthrough that is sending waves of excitement through food enthusiasts, the National Institute of Food Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Management in Thanjavur (NIFTEM-T) has unveiled a scrumptious non-dairy millet ice cream at the prestigious Krishi Mela-2023, hosted by the University of Agricultural Sciences in Bangalore.
The press release, a hymn to the health-conscious, reveals the nutritional marvel within each scoop. With a tantalising balance of 35.7 grammes of carbohydrates, 3.1 grammes of protein, 9.1 grammes of heart-friendly fats, a touch of 0.6 grammes of crude fibre, and a modest 183 kcal of energy, this frozen delight promises not only a treat for the taste buds but also a guilt-free indulgence.
The unveiling ceremony, orchestrated by V. Palanimuthu, the visionary director of NIFTEM-T, unfolded at the Krishi Mela, where the air was thick with anticipation. Palanimuthu, an advocate for innovative and sustainable culinary solutions, shared his enthusiasm for the non-dairy millet ice cream, emphasising its potential to revolutionise how we perceive frozen desserts.
"As we navigate towards healthier food choices, this non-dairy millet ice cream stands as a testament to our commitment to both taste and well-being," Palanimuthu declared during the unveiling. "It's a symphony of flavours crafted to redefine indulgence, setting a new standard for the intersection of taste and nutrition."
The buzz surrounding this culinary masterpiece has already ignited discussions on social media, with foodies and health enthusiasts alike expressing eagerness to savour the innovative creation. As the news spreads, the non-dairy millet ice cream is poised to become a sensation, marking a new era of delectable, health-conscious treats in the vibrant culinary landscape of Thanjavur.