Not a supperclub but I am at the distillery all day with a feast of Indian street food. This is definitely easy to adapt to dietary requirements vegan, vegetarian, gluten free etc. Bring friends, family, work teams and colleagues, neighbours and chums to lunch/dinner for a community, sociable Christmas treat, some festive cheer, some pre Christmas chilling out and a bit of Cuckoo shopping. If you can't stay to eat I can box it up for you can take home as a takeaway.
You can have as much of any or all of the salads you like the sound of but please let me know if you would like either chicken, salmon or potato Aloo Ki Tikki just so I know roughly how much to cook.
A Tandoori chicken
B Tandoori Salmon
C Aloo Ki Tikki (Vegan)
Mung bean salad with sweet potato and coconut.
Kachumba salad made with cucumber, tomato and red onions.
Roasted cauliflower and pea salad.
Matar chole chaat - an Indian street food classic.
Raita - yogurt, cucumber and my secret spice mix.
Two “waters” one coriander and ginger based and one tamarind and date.
I will try and get hold of some pani puri to eat with the salads - Puri is a deep fried puffed up, hollow ball made by millions of Indians at home and can be found on street food stalls. Usually eaten for breakfast or as a snack, if I can't get hold of them then there's always poppadoms!
I am not making a pudding today but there will be lots of tasty treats from The Brinscal Baker for you to purchase at the distillery.