Menu

There is no food like home food!  Being fed by creative and talented chefs at the best of restaurants still can’t replace great home cooking.  The tradition of cooking at home – and eating with family and friends – brings us this comfort.

Here is a list of some of the current menus that we teach. There are just too many to list.  Gluten and Dairy free menus are noted next to the menu name.  Of course, private events can customize any menu to suit your needs.  If you don’t see something here that you are interested in learning please send us an email and we’ll see what we can do!

MEAT & SEAFOOD MENUS

 

Menu A:  Butter Chicken, Rice & Naan

For all of you Butter Chicken lovers out there!  Don’t take our word for it – this butter chicken recipe will knock your socks off!  Rice and creamy and with some bite we say “you won’t be ordering it any more!”  Learn fool-proof rice and homestyle naan.  Need we say more?

Menu B:  Butter Chicken, Chana Masala & Rice (Gluten Free)

As above with NO gluten!

Menu C:  Potato Bhajias, Butter Chicken & Rice (Gluten and Dairy Free)

Ruby has created a way for those of you out there with diary challenges to enjoy an amazing butter chicken menu absolutely gluten and diary free!

Menu D:  Kuku Paka, Chana Masala & Rice (Gluten & Diary Free)

Kuku is swahili for chicken and Paka is a word used to denote a dish made with coconut – Chicken in a rich, spicy and creamy coconut curry.  Paired well with Chana Masala (Chick peas in a rich red curry) and fool-proof rice.  Take the road less traveled,..  you’ll be glad you did!

Menu E:  Chicken Palak/Bhaji, Pea Pilaf & Khadi (Gluten Free)

Spinach curry with (or without) Chicken is a popular, heathy and nutritious dish.  Can all those be said about a dish?  Popeye missed out on this one.  Served with a rice pilaf with peas and covered in a tangy and spicy yogurt curry – Yum!

Menu F:  Masala Prawns, Roti & Kababs

These soft kababs will instantly become a favorite – made from seasoned ground beef and mashed potato as an appie.  Masala prawns is a great example of a rich exotic dish and served with indians most staple of foods – Roti.

Menu G:  Machi Bhath, Coconut Rice & Bhajias (Gluten & Dairy Free)

Fish in a rich and spicy coconut gravy served over a bed of coconut rice sound good?  Served with crispy potato bhajias as an appie.

 

VEGETARIAN MENUS

 

Menu H:  Eggplant Bhurta, Chana Masala & Roti 

By far, the best way to enjoy eggplant – a little spicy!  Served with chana masala (chickpeas in a rich red curry) and india’s most important staple food – roti.

Menu I:  Bateta Wara, Mixed Vegetable Curry & Roti

Bateta Wara kinda sounds like “those potato things!”  Slightly crispy on the outside and spicy mashed potato and vegetables on the inside, these “potato things” are sure to be a hit.  If thats not enough, have fun with your mixed veg curry that can take almost any of your favorite vegetables.  Hearty and delicious and served with indian’s most important staple food – Roti.

Menu J:  Mutter Paneer, Aloo Gobi & Roti

Peas, Cheese, Potato & Cauliflour of course with india’s favorite staple food – Roti.

Menu K:  Amba nu Russ, Binda & Roti – NEW

Spiced mango soup is an all time family favorite.  Served chilled before, during or after a meal and is a great sweet accompaniment to rich and spicy curried lady fingers and Roti.

Menu L :  Palak/Bhaji, Pea Pilaf & Khadi (Gluten Free)

Spinach curry with is a popular, heathy and nutritious dish.  Can all those be said about a dish?  Popeye missed out on this one.  Served with a rice pilaf with peas and covered in a tangy and spicy yogurt curry – Yum!

 

FEATURED NEW MENUS

 

Lamb Korma, Chana Masala & Rice (Gluten Free) (Dairy Free Option)

We think Ruby out did herself with this one!  Korma is a spicy meat curry made with cream.  Coupled with chana masala (Chick peas in a rich red curry) and fool-proof rice you’ve got all your bases covered.

Bateta Nu Sag (Fancy name for potato curry), Puri & Khir

With memories of Sunday brunch growing up, this menu is easy to learn and far from boring.  You have a little spice with potatoes in a rich tomato curry, a little sweet with Khir (indian rice pudding) and Puri (mini puffed up and fried round breads).

Amba nu Russ, Binda & Roti – NEW

Spiced mango soup is an all time family favorite.  Served chilled before, during or after a meal and is a great sweet accompaniment to rich and spicy curried lady fingers and Roti.