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An Anglo Indian Nostalgia
Category Type - Food & drink
₹ 1265
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A whole Lunch Menu of typical and popular Anglo-Indian Dishes
Why You:
My name is Bridget White-Kumar. I am a Cookery Book Author and Independent Food Consultant & Trainer in Colonial Anglo-Indian Cuisine at Bangalore. I have authored 7 Recipe books on Anglo-Indian Cuisine. My area of expertise is in Colonial Anglo-Indian Food and I have gone through a lot of effort in reviving the old forgotten dishes of the Colonial British Raj Era. My Recipe books are a means of preserving for posterity, the very authentic tastes and flavours of Colonial ‘Anglo’ India, besides recording for future generations, the unique heritage of the pioneers of Anglo-Indian Cuisine. Anglo-Indian Cuisine is a fusion of both Western and Indian Cuisine and is perhaps the earliest example of FUSION FOOD. This cuisine evolved over many years as a result of reinventing and reinterpreting the old quintessentially western cuisine by assimilating and amalgamating ingredients and cooking techniques from all over the Indian sub-continent. A completely new contemporary cuisine came into existence making it truly “Anglo” and “Indian” in nature, which was neither too bland nor too spicy, but with a distinctive flavour of its own, comfortably straddling both cultures. It is the extremely unusual blend of both tastes that makes this cuisine so unique. Anglo-Indian Cuisine is mostly prepared using spices such as Pepper, bay leaves, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, etc. Other Indian condiments such as chilies, cumin, coriander, turmeric, ginger, garlic etc, are also added in moderation and used judiciously. I’m passionate about preserving Anglo-Indian Cuisine. Many people know about the cuisine, but its not found in any Restaurants except for a few select places. This Open Out Experience is my small way of sharing this delightful Cuisine.
Description:
A homely and tasty lunch spread of typical and well oved Anglo-Indian Dishes. You will enjoy some home-made wine with appetizers before lunch and get to learn about the history and evolution of Anglo-Indian Cuisine. You will be remembering this experience for sure for the coming days!
Location:
Bangalore - Koramangala
The exact address & location along with host contact will be shared with you after the payment.
Food & Drinks:

The names of the dishes would evoke nostalgia and longing for the relaxed way of life of the olden days. Come join in this superbly crafted Anglo-Indian Experience with me Bridget White-Kumar.

Food & Beverage

Beverages

Home Made Grape Wine or Juice

 

Apetizers

Vegetable Cocktail Cutlets

Cooked and mashed fresh vegetables seasoned with herbs and spices and crumb-fried.

 

Mains

Grandma’s Country Captain Chicken

An old Colonial Anglo-Indian Classic dish that got its name from an old Grandma who prepared this special chicken dish for her favourite grandson, a Captain in the British Army.

 

Pork Vindaloo Anglo-Indian Style

Pieces of tender Pork cooked in a spicy, tangy sauce of garlic, vinegar and tomatoes – the original Anglo-Indian Delicacy, a legacy of the Portuguese to Anglo-Indian Cuisine.

 

Cauliflower Foogath

A typical Anglo-Indian vegetable side dish. A light, stir-fried, vegetable dish gently tempered with fried curry leaves, ginger, garlic and cumin seeds in butter.

 

Aubergine / Brinjal And Potato Vindaloo

Fresh Brinjals / Aubergenes and potatoes diced and cooked in a delicious tangy gravy with lots of garlic, vinegar and tomatoes, Anglo Indian style.

 

Accompaniments

Anglo-Indian Saffron Coconut Rice

A popular Anglo-Indian Rice Dish that is an all time favourite and has remained unchanged for more than a century. A light Rice dish cooked in Coconut milk, whole spices and saffron and forms the fragrant yet light base of any Anglo-Indian Meal.

 

Whole Wheat Bread

Savour the delightfully nutty taste of wheat in a fine-grained, moist, faintly sweet loaf of Whole Wheat Bread.

 

Devil Chutney Or Hell’s Flame

Devil Chutney is a fiery red relish which is always an accompaniment to Coconut Rice and Curry. It is made of onions, raisins, vinegar and a dash of red chillie.

 

Fresh Garden Salad

A simple fresh garden salad of cucumber, tomato, onion and green chillies in a lime, vinegar and olive oil dressing.

 

Dessert

Classic English Trifle Pudding

A legacy of the British, Trifle Pudding is a layered pudding of Sponge Cake, Custard, Fruit, Jelly and Cream.

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An Anglo Indian Nostalgia
2018-07-14
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