The Antigua Curry Club Meeting       May 13, 2010


Non Vegetarian

Aubergine Burger

Chicken Tikka Masala


Q 95  + 10% service



Aubergine Burger

Chole Chaat  served with rice and naan bread


Q 85  + 10% service

Poppadums courtesy of the Antigua Curry Club


Papadom is a thin Indian wafer.  It is an important part of Indian cuisine, recipes vary from region to region and family to family, but typically it is made from lentil, chickpea, or black gram flour. 

Chole Chaat  Potato cutlets served with spiced chickpeas and delicious chutneys and topped with onion.

Chicken Tikka masala is a curry dish in which roasted chicken chunks (tikka) are served in a rich orange, creamy, lightly spiced, tomato-based sauce. The origins of chicken tikka masala are disputed. The oldest claim is that it was created for the Mughals in the pre-British India era, although some claim the origins of the dish in Glasgow, Scotland.   See a story about this claim.

Chicken tikka masala is served in restaurants around the globe.  A survey in the United  Kingdom  claimed that it is that country's most popular restaurant dish. One in seven curries sold in the UK is chicken tikka masala. The cross-cultural popularity of the dish in the UK led former Foreign Secretary Robin Cook to proclaim it as "Britain's true national dish". Britain now exports chicken tikka masala to India and Bangladesh.

is a round flatbread made of white flour.  Naan is a staple accompaniment to hot meals in India.


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