Sending you guys some numbing spicy dumplings to warm you up during these cold nights 🤤💕
This is my new fave spot for numbing spicy (Sichuan mala) noodles and dumplings. They seriously make your mouth vibrate! It’s honestly the weirdest sensation and a must try. These dumplings were so delicious and they give you a HUGE portion but can get on the salty side after eating a lot. Will be returning to try their wontons next!
Thursday 28 November from 7pm
Visitors $110 Members $94
With a bespoke menu for this event by Head Chef Sanju, sparkling wines by Chandon and a surprise guest speaker, this is truly a special event.
Bookings are essential.
Book online now - http://www.eppingclub.com/WhatsOn?Event=chandon-dinner
Lauki ke Kebab-
Kebabs are generally considered to be one of the best tea time snacks and when it is healthy you have all the more reason to have them
1. 250g Bottle gourd (Lauki)
2. 50g potato
3. 1/2 cup Bengal Gram(Chane ki Dal)
4. 100g paneer
5. 2-3 red chillies
6. 1tsp each- cumin seeds(Jeera) Coriander seeds Fennel seeds (Saunf) Red chilli powder Amchur Chat masala
7.1.5 tsp coriander powder
8. 1/2 inch cinnamon stick(dalchini)
9. 2-3 black cloves
10. 1 green cardamom (elaichi)
11. Salt as per taste
12. Maida and roasted besan for binding
13. 2 tbsp oil for cooking
14. 2 tsp fresh Ginger garlic paste
1. Shred the Lauki and potato and boil them in Steamer for 10 mins. Let the mixture cool down post that.
2. Take a pan and 3 tsp oil on medium flame. Add cumin seeds. Add cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, red chillies, coriander seeds, fennel seeds and saute for a while till they get aromatic.
3. Add ginger garlic paste and saute for minute. Add Chane ki Dal and let the mixture cool for 2-4 mins on low flame
4. Let the mixture cool down and grind it well
5. Take a bowl add Lauki mixture. Add paneer in shredded form. Add dry mixture and remaining masalas. Add salt as per taste
6. Add maida and sattu for binding. Add finely chopped coriander leaves and bind it well for making tikkis
7. On medium flame take a pan. Add 1 tbsp oil and roast tikkis on medium flame and keep flipping till it gets golden brown.
Enjoy the same with tea, as starter etc