Supper Club: Rajasthani Thali By Anjana & Neha

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Supper Club: Rajasthani Thali By Anjana & Neha says
Anjana & Neha are friends from the royal state of Rajasthan (Jaipur) who share a passion for cooking. They have teamed up to bring you a much-loved traditional Rajasthani festival meal: 'Daal-Baati-Churma'. Their hope is to convey the flavour and spirit of a Rajasthani village celebration (Chokhi Dhani), and offer their fellow Torontonians a chance to participate in a unique cultural experience.

Chach (welcome drink) - Cumin-scented buttermilk

Daal - A mixture of five different lentils is cooked slowly using flavors of garlic, chili, onions, tomato and spices

Baati - Baked in tandoor/oven, this is the quintessential item of the rajasthani thali. The dough for baati is made from wheat and chickpea flour. It is essential to dip the baati in desi ghee (clarified butter) before it makes it way to the mouth

Churma - Dal-Baati-Churma is incomplete without the quintessential "Churma", prepared by grinding or crushing bati into a fine powder using a grinder and then thoroughly mixing it with melted ghee, sugar and dry-fruits.

Kadhi - A light mixture of yogurt and chickpea flour which is favored with unique spices and simmered slowly for long time to get a hot soup and is often eaten with rice

Aloo Pyaz Sabzi - Slowly simmered onions and potato gravy is flavored with unique indian whole spices (pepper, clove, cardamom,cumin, coriander, bay leave ) also known as khada masala

The thali is served with various condiments and sides including papad (crispy lentil crackers), aachar (tangy & spicy pickle), makhan (homemade butter), shakar & jaggery (two kinds of raw sugar), and basmati rice.

Kulfi (dessert) - ultra rich homemade ice-cream infused with cardamom and pistachio

$50 +HST
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Anjana Meel & Neha Khandelwal are both engineers by profession, but love to cook for family and friends. They enjoy researching and experimenting with the vast range recipes from their home country, India, as well as discovering vegetarian dishes from around the world.

Every weekend The Depanneur invites a guest chef to host a fun, informal dinner party.

Learn more about the Rusholme Park Supper Club
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