The Antigua Curry Club Dinner     January 12, 2011



Q75 + 10% service

Aubergine Pakoras (Gluten Free)
Punjabi Lobia
Aubergine & Potato Curry
Coconut & Cardamom Barfi


Q90 + 10% service

Aubergine Pakoras (Gluten Free)
Chicken Biryani, served with Curry Sauce & Raita
Coconut & Cardamom Barfi 


Poppadums, chutneys and lime pickle courtesy of Antigua Curry Club

Pakora is a fried snack found across South Asia,  created by taking one or two ingredients such as onion, eggplant, potato, spinach or plantain, and dipping them in a batter of gram flour and then deep-frying them.   

The black-eyed pea, also called black-eyed bean and chawalie or lobia in various languages in India and Pakistan, is  grown around the world for its medium-sized, edible bean.

Biryani is a set of rice-based foods made with spices, rice (usually basmati) and meat, fish, eggs or vegetables.  The name is derived from the Persian word beryā(n) which means "fried" or "roasted".  Biryani originated in Persia and it was brought to South Asia by Iranian merchants.

Barfi, is a sweet confection from the Indian subcontinent.  It is made from condensed milk, cooked with sugar until it solidifies.  Barfi is often flavored with fruit (such as mango or coconut) or nuts and spices such as cardamom.

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