How does one celebrate Thanksgiving in India?
How does one celebrate Thanksgiving after moving from India to America?
Come find out.
"Preeti Sidhu began her love affair with cooking as a young girl in Punjab. Initially, baking cakes for family celebrations, then moving on to the myriad exotic and flavorful dishes India has to offer. But, she doesn't cook what you'll find in local Indian restaurants. Not at all. She cooks Indian masterpieces, the like you've never even had the opportunity to taste...unless you attended her previous, very-sold-out (revolver) dinners...or visited Punjab. But, now's your chance to experience what the buzz is all about. So, bring your taste buds and an empty belly, and leave with dreamy-eyed thoughts of India. "
the Preeti way
with Chef Preeti Sidhu
Sunday, November 18th @ 6pm
$55 per guest
INCLUDED: all food, sparkling water, sales tax
ADDITIONAL: cash gratuity welcome & very much appreciated
Kashmiri-style soup of lamb, saffron, yoghurt and spices
Shakarkandi Ki Chaat
tangy and sweet chaat (street food) made with sweet potatoes, masala, chilies, and lime juice
Mughlai dish consisting of roasted whole chicken marinated in saffron, ginger garlic yoghurt paste, stuffed with lamb mince, boiled eggs, coconut, almonds, raisins, and spices
slow-cooked leg of lamb in garam masala, red chilies, rum, carrots
whole black lentil, red kidney beans, garlic, butter, cream
Green Bean Thoran
Kerala-style beans, coconut, curry leaves, mustard seeds
Cranberry Panch Poran Chutney
ginger, Bengali five spice
mildly sweet saffron cardamon flatbread
Indian-style fried bread pudding, soaked in sweet syrup and covered in pumpkin rabdi