Gold Licence for Indian Catering in Sydney

Gold licence for Indian Catering in Sydney

Gold licence for Indian Catering in Sydney signifies that the quality of the food and services in term of professionalism and other factors such as hygiene and food safety. Taj Indian Restaurant is proud of our reputation as a Gold Licence for Indian Catering Holder. Once a company obtains a Gold licence for Indian Catering in Sydney and their gold licence number they can use it on all promotional material to indicate that their products and services are of a highly trustable standard. A board of qualified professionals determines whether a company is granted a gold licence. This accreditation board includes two qualified professionals from Environmental Health Australia and the Food Safety Partnership and the Restaurant & Catering membership base.

The process of attaining a Gold licence for Indian Catering in Sydney begins with submitting a gold licence application to the accreditation board which is reviewed comprehensively to assess whether professional standards are satisfied. Before applying for a Gold licence for Indian Catering in Sydney, the company needs to fulfil the following requirements as  stated by the Restaurant and Catering Association (RCAASN) New South Wales:

1)    A satisfactory Health Inspection Report on all commercial kitchens and transport vehicles (must be less than six months old)

2)    Certificate of the currency of workers compensation in the name of the applicant (minimum of $100,000)

3)    Certificate of currency for public and product liability insurance in the name of applicant (minimum $10 million insurance for each liability)

4)    Food Safety Program (including details on food transportation) – please contact the association for suggested guidelines

5)    Background resume of the nominated person showing at least five years experience in the hospitality or catering industry and supporting documentation including copies of training qualifications (applies to new applicants only)

6)    Food Safety Supervisor Certificate (applicable in NSW, QLD and VIC only)

It is absolutely essential for all restaurants to be accredited with a gold license and it is next to impossible that a restaurant without it will be deemed in high regard. There several benefits of having a Gold licence for Indian Catering in Sydney as defined by RCAASN which promise:

  • Demonstrating a high standard of professionalism
  • Accessing supporting market materials
  • Differentiating your business from competitors
  • Giving rise to additional business opportunities

For More information on how to apply for a Gold licence for Indian Catering in Sydney, please visit

 

Vegan Indian Food in Sydney

Vegan Indian Food in Sydney

Vegan Indian Food in Sydney is becoming increasingly popular as individual dietary requirements have evolved over time due to religious restrictions, allergies, and personal preference. A few years ago Vegan Indian Food in Sydney was limited in variety and was not conveniently available to the public. Although there has been a slight increase in its abundance, Vegan Indian Food in Sydney still presents scope to grow as a more dynamic and culturally diverse sector within the Indian dining experience itself.

Existing varieties of Vegan Indian Food in Sydney primarily consist of tofu, potato, soy, bread and rice, mushroom, chickpeas, beans, and a wide selection of exotic fresh vegetables used in different combinations tailored to your specific dietary requirements. Many Indian restaurants in Sydney have also begun to factor in child-friendly vegan options in their menus, as the younger generations are becoming more conscious of cruelty-free cuisines that not only cater to individual dietary requirements but also religious and health restrictions.

Vegan Indian Food in Sydney covers the requirements of several different religious groups, suited to the multi-faceted cultural society embodies. Vegan Indian food is appropriate to cater for Jain, Hindu, Muslim, Jewish, Sikh, and various other religious communities. The food is cooked and prepared under strict sanitary and ethical guidelines which reinforce the use of utensils that have not been used to serve or been in direct contact with any animal products.

Due to the diversification of these cuisines, Vegan Indian Food in Sydney is becoming far removed from its old impression as a dull and restricted dining experience that lacked excitement and allure to a revolutionised era of dining that is popularising Vegan food on a global scale. As more clients begin to indulge further in Vegan Indian Food in Sydney, it show’s greater promise as a popular choice of cuisine that promotes an ethically conscious culinary experience.

Taj Indian Restaurant is proud to be vegan-friendly with no dairy and also a 100% pure vegetarian.

Gujia and Ghevar in Sydney

Gujia in Sydney

Gujia and Ghevar in Sydney

At Taj Indian sweets and Restaurant, we have a wide variety of Indian sweets from Gujia to Ghevar. Enjoy all your favourite sweets prepared with the finest fresh ingredients crafted specially to give each mouthful the sweetness you desire.

Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant is 100% Pure vegetarian and has been a proud member of the Indian Community for the last 15 year. Follow the links below to order online or come into any of our stores to place your order today!

Enjoy authentic Gujia in Sydney on the colorful festival of Holi

Gujia in Sydney

Gujia also popularly known as Ghujia or Perukiya is a famous Indian sweet enjoyed commonly during the festive season of Holi. It looks like a dumpling or a samosa but unlike them the filling and pastry both are sweet and the shape is more semi-circular with distinct folds to hold the filling. The pastry is made up of sooji (semolina flour) and all-purpose flour (plain flour or maida) combined with some oil and lukewarm water. The soft and sweet filling varies from taste and regional preferences but mainly consist of grated and roasted dry fruits, khoya, cardamom powder and coconut. The deep fried or sometimes baked pastry is sugar glazed to give it that extra sweetness and shine. The outer texture is crispy and flaky whereas the inside is soft and sweet packed with traditional Indian flavors. The classic Indian sweet is mostly savored during the colorful festival of Holi and sparkly festival of Diwali, two festivals which are celebrated with a lot of enthusiasm in the Indian subcontinent. There are many variations available today with different fillings such as mawa gujia, dry fruits gujia and even chocolate gujia etc.

Order online here and enjoy the most popular Gujia in Sydney. Get fresh gujia packed and delivered to your friends and family as gift boxes in the quantity of your choice. Bring sweetness to the lives of your loved ones with this sweet dessert and don’t forget to pack some for yourself as well.

We guarantee that the freshness and texture are maintained for you to enjoy the best Gujia in Sydney from preparation till it fulfills your craving. All our products are 100% vegetarian prepared with high-quality ingredients specially made to match the authentic taste of Indian sweets.

Eat the best Ghevar in Sydney at Taj Indian Sweets and Restaurant

Ghevar also sometimes known as Ghewar or Ghebar is a traditional Indian sweet tracing its origin to Jaipur in Rajasthan and also the city of Sonipat in Haryana. In addition to Rajasthan, this mouthwatering Indian sweet is also very popular in the adjoining states of Gujarat, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Harayana, Madhya Pradesh etc. It deliciously comes in many varieties like plain Ghevar, mawa Ghevar, Kesar Ghevar and malai Ghevar.

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Get mouthwatering Ghevar packed and delivered to your doorstep in Sydney

A thick batter is made out of flour, milk, sugar, and ghee which is then fried and dipped in fresh sugar syrup. The disc-shaped cake is then topped with delicious nuts and flavors such as almonds, pistachios or cardamom powder. Ghevar is famously consumed during the festival of Teej, this Indian sweet is also prepared for other festivals like Raksha Bandhan (Rakhi) Makar Sankranti and Gangaur. The texture is flaky and crisp yet its filled with the goodness of milk and ghee to preserve the succulence. It is also sometimes served with Rabri (thickened milk). The nuts on top add richness and crunchiness complimenting the festive Indian sweet.

Ghevar in Sydney

Enjoy Ghevar (Ghewar) during the festival of Teej (celebrated primarily by girls and women, with songs, dancing and prayer rituals) or Rakhi (celebrated to signify the strong bond between brother and a sister) or simply to satisfy your taste buds. Order online here and enjoy the famous Ghevar in Sydney.

We guarantee that the freshness and texture are maintained for you to enjoy the best Ghevar in Sydney from preparation till it fulfills your craving. All our products are 100% vegetarian prepared with high-quality ingredients specially made to match the authentic taste of Indian sweets.

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