The Antigua Curry Club Meeting       October 22, 2009


Non Vegetarian

Chicken Dopiaza
Pulao Rice
Naan bread
Gulab Jamun

Q 95  + 10% service



Tarka Dhal
Pulao Rice
Potato Raita
Gulab Jamun


Q 85  + 10% service

Poppadums courtesy of the Antigua Curry Club

Dopiaza "(having) two onions") is a South-Asian curry dish. It is prepared with a large amount of onions, both cooked in the curry and as a garnish. Onions are added at two stages during cooking, hence the name ("two onions"). The dish usually contains a meat, usually king prawns, chicken, lamb, or shrimp; however, it can also be prepared in a vegetarian style.


Dal or dhal is a preparation of pulses (dried beans, lentils etc.) which have been stripped of their outer hulls and split. It also refers to the thick, spicy stew prepared from the beans, a mainstay of Nepali, Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi cuisine. It is regularly eaten with rice and vegetables in Southern India, and with both rice and bread. Dal is a mainstay in South Asian vegetarian cooking, since it provides the requisite proteins for a balanced diet.


Gulab Jamun is a dessert which is popular throughout the Indian Subcontinent made of dough consisting mainly of milk solids (often including double cream and flour) in sugar syrup flavored with cardamom seeds and rosewater or saffron.

The term gulab jamun comes from Persian, gulab, "rosewater" referring to the rosewater-scented syrup.


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