Pre-order online until THU Nov 5, 10pm
Pick up on FRI Nov 6, 6-7:30pm
Indian food, being something developed over thousands of years by hundreds of millions of people, cannot be easily defined as one thing. It is an entire continent worth of culinary history under vast umbrella, from luxurious Mughlai banquet dishes to resourceful peasant fare. But as diverse Indian foods made their way around the world, certain dishes have become an especially beloved part of the global comfort food canon. Becca Pereira serves up some of these classic recipes for a delicious Indian dinner that feels at home anywhere in the world.
Veg Samosas (V)
Perfectly spiced potato-filled pastry, fried until crisp. Served with sweet and tangy tamarind chutney.
Not your average Butter Chicken! Boneless chicken breast marinated overnight in our homemade blend of tikka masala spices, grilled then simmered in a creamy spiced fenugreek tomato sauce with notes of kashmiri chili and hints of cardamom.
Saag Paneer (V)
Healthy and packed with protein! Fresh spinach pureed along ginger, garlic and green chili mixed with layers of spices including nutmeg, cloves and fenugreek. Topped with lightly pan-fried spiced paneer. Finished with a tempering of hot oil, cumin seeds and dried red chili.
Both dishes come with fluffy and fragrant turmeric-basmati rice pilaf, and a cool, refreshing kachumber salad.
Indian Summer Mango Mousse (V)
Homemade with love and sparking memories of summer, a rich and creamy mango mousse topped with flaked almonds.
Chicken, Vegetarian or 1/2+1/2
Indian Comfort Food Dinner — $48 for 2 • $90 for 4
ORDERING FOR THIS EVENT IS CLOSED. PICKUP IS FRI 6-7:30
Becca Pereira started cooking at a young age, inspired by evokes her mother’s + grandmother’s recipes from Mumbai and Goa. Years spent traveling as a model developed a deep love for home cooked meals connected to real people. Becca has channelled her passion for accessible, affordable, and delicious food — and a desire to be her own boss — into a new food delivery business, SpiceGirlEats, based out of The Depanneur’s commissary kitchen. You can follow what’s she’s cooking up at spicegirleats.com or on IG @spice.girl.eats