Venue: Wadham Lodge, E17
Flavours of India
A mix of some wonderful flavours from all over India.
Ragda Patties (v)
Potato patty topped with ragda (Dried white peas cooked with spices to form a sauce), onions, fresh coriander, crispy sev with sweet and spicy chutneys.
Aaloo Mutter Samosa served with Hari (Green) Chutney (v)
Lightly spiced potato and pea samosas served with a coriander chutney that has a kick to it.
Daal Wada served with Nariyal (Coconut) Chutney (v)
A South Indian fried snack of coarsely ground lentils with fresh herbs and a hint of chilli. Served with a traditional fresh coconut chutney.
Sunday Mutton Curry
This one was a regular at my in-laws. A hot Sunday lunch favourite in the family. They would alternate between one like a Xacuti which had dry roasted coconut and spices, and this one made with spices and fresh ground coconut.OR
Bharli Vangi (v)
Baby aubergines stuffed with coconut groundnuts and spices with jaggery and tamarind to give the sweet and sour element.
Chicken thighs marinated in a green masala paste made with coriander garlic spices and vinegar.OR
Tomato Saar (v) with Breadfruit Kapas
Tangy tomatoes pureed with ginger and tempered with mustard seeds cumin and chillies, served with breadfruit kapas (slices), marinated in spices and shallow fried.
Yoghurt with beetroot and a hint of chilli. This is a raita that looks as good as it tastes.
Chopped carrots and coriander dressed with lime and topped peanuts for crunch.
Yellow dal tempered with mustard seeds. Wonderfully light and a perfect accompaniment.
Gajar ka Halwa
Traditional dessert made with Gajar (carrots) from the north of India. A sinful way to get one of your five a day.
This menu may contain nuts
£25.00 per person
We encourage communal seating. If, however you do need a separate table we shall try to accommodate.
Please Note : This is NOT a BYOB event. However, there is a very reasonably priced bar at the venue.