hosted by Darjeeling Express
The Sari does not need a long explanation as most people know it is the traditional 6 yards of fabric worn by women in India- here is your chance to WEAR one if you have not worn one before! We will have sari experts at the dinner who will help you put on your sari...all you have to do is to make sure it stays on! A less challenging sartorial trial awaits the men – they have to wear a lungi which can be described as the Indian version of the Scottish kilt. Google “lungi” for images! Dine for a wonderful cause….good food and good fun. We all know how lucky we are to live the life we do- let us do something for those who are less fortunate than us and support a charity that is making a real difference to fight hunger and malnutrition in Africa and Asia.
*Papri Chaat – Classic street food favourite with black chickpeas, potatoes, sev, papri and tamarind chutney
*Paneer Samosa with Green Himalayan Chilli Chutney
*Tengri Kabab – Chicken drumsticks which have been marinated overnight with garlic, ginger and spices. VEG OPTION- Spicy Aloo Chop
*Paratha- Indian Flat bread
*Murgh Mussallam- Mace, Nutmeg and Saffron are some of the spices used to marinate the chicken. One of the few, traditional Indian chicken dishes, where the chicken is not jointed. VEG OPTION: Okra with Onion Seeds
*Hyderabadi Mirchi ka Salaan- The Chilli curry with ground sesame seeds and roasted ground coconut
*Lemon Rice-Basmati Rice cooked with curry leaves, cashew nuts and black mustard seeds
*Fish Malai Curry- Fish cooked in coconut milk. VEG OPTION: Cauliflower Korma
*Kachumar-Salad with cucumber, green chillies, cucumber and red onions
*Papad with Bengali Tomato Chutney
*First Flush Single Estate Darjeeling Tea
A deposit of £15 will have to be paid when booking to cover costs and booking fees. After that a suggested £15 cash donation can be paid to Action Against Hunger on the evening of the Supperclub. The total cost is £30 for the dinner….paid in two halves!