Well the big man is here on Saturday night, in his sleigh,
As he will be very busy, in a couple of weeks, they say !!
The rotary club have arranged for him to pop in,
He will sample the food & Ale, but not the gin !
He will be travelling around the village, promoting their wonderful cause,
Then we shall welcome a hungry & thirsty Santa Claus !!
Friday & Saturday Supper
Punjabi Samosa, as the name says, is a tasty and traditional snack from Punjab. This highly tempting samosa recipe is larger in size than the usual samosa.
Chicken curry in South Indian style
The southwestern part of India known as Kerala is endowed with lush, tropical growth year-round—coconut trees along the coast and, at higher elevations, an abundance of herbs and spices. So it’s no wonder that in this region, highly spiced curries flavoured with coconut milk are an important part of every dinner. tempered by the creamy smoothness of coconut cream. This treat, while Southern Indian in origin, is a variation.
With an emphasis on fragrant whole spices, it has a fair amount of delicious, silky gravy.
Paneer Bhurji is a popular and delicious North Indian recipe made from crumbled paneer. Bhurji means scrambled. So, in this dish the Paneer AKA cottage cheese is scrambled. A medley of onions, tomatoes, spices with cottage cheese. Tip- Have this with Paratha Bread.
Matkai Usal (Moth Bean Dal)
Matki Usal is a popular Maharashtrian preparation that is prepared in our homes quite frequently. In this dal preparation, sprouted Matki (Moth Beans) is the star performer which is combined in a thick masala prepared with roasted onion, fresh garlic, fresh coriander and dry coconut and spiced up with my Mothers bottled masalas as per my region which is Mumbai in Maharashtra. Being rich in protein, moth beans are superb at building muscles and providing energy. They contain B vitamins, too, which help in fueling the body. Moth beans also yield good amounts of magnesium, calcium, potassium, phosphorous, manganese, iron, copper, sodium and zinc.
In India, the condiment is used to cool the palate. That yoghurt thing served on the side of your Indian meal? That’s raita, and it’s served to absorb any heat caused by chillies. The casein in yoghurt absorbs capsaicin, the compound that gives chillies their punch. Scientific, see?
Paratha (North Indian Style)
Parathas are one of the most popular unleavened flat breads in the India part of the Indian Subcontinent and they are made by baking or cooking whole wheat dough on a tava (Pan) and finishing off with shallow frying. Parathas are thicker and more substantial than chapatis/rotis .
Plain Basmati Rice
****May contain traces of Nuts******
New Years Eve
Baked Camembert to share with bacon wrapped breadsticks
Glass of Prosecco
Creamy Smoked Salmon, Leek & Potato Soup
Pear, Date & Walnut Salad with Stilton dressing
Herby wild Creamed Mushrooms on Toasted Bread
Slow Roasted “Kims lamb’ , minted Pea Puree
Potatoes Dauphinoise & Seasonal Vegetables
Salmon in Tarragon Cream, Seasoned Roast Potatoes,
& Seasonal Vegetables
Beef Bourguignon, Potatoes Dauphinoise
& Seasonal Vegetables
Spicy Root Vegetable & Lentil Casserole,
Trio of Desserts with Cream
Tea or Coffee
Kim’s Lamb or Everdon Rib of Beef, with Roasted Potatoes, fresh Vegetables,
Yorkshire Pudding, Creamy Potatoes + Sauces.
Orange & Almond Cake
Vegetarian Option Always Available.
Daily Lunch Menu
Home Made Soup with Warm Bread £4.95
Melty Onion Toasts (Onions, Thyme & Cheese) £5.50
Tart Provençal – Goats Cheese, Tomato, Basil & Thyme £5.50
Chilli Con Carne with Warm Crusty Bread £6.95
Burnt Aubergine Veggie Chilli , warm crusty bread £6.95
Smoked Mackerel Pate with Warm Baguette or Toasted Bread £5.95
Tartiflette (Potatoes, Robuchon Cheese, Lardons,Onions & Cream) with Mixed Leaves £6.95
‘Everdon’ Beef Casserole with Warm Crusty Bread £7.50
Warm Baguette served with Mixed Leaves, Dressing,Chutney & Crisps.
Kim’s Lamb with mint sauce
Bacon & Brie, BLT, Brie with Cranberry,
Beef & Horseradish, Ham, Ham & Cheese. £5.95
Cheese & Onion, Cheese. £4.95
Treacle Tart, Chocolate Brownies or Orange & Almond Cake £5.50
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