If like me you’ve not been to a Supper Club before, due to the lack of Vegetarian dishes on offer, then fear not as Gayani’s Kitchen is providing a Vegetarian Supper Club on Friday 12th June. Gayani cooks Sri Lankan food and from the comfort of her home you can enjoy this little found (in Birmingham anyway) cuisine.
Sri Lankan food has its influences in Colonial powers, foreign traders, and the Kerala region of India. The island has a history as a spice producer so dishes reflect that.
Gayani cooks mostly indigineous vegetarian dishes. The foreign influenced food has mostly meat and fish in it.
Tickets are priced at £20 per person and can be booked via her website:
Gayani also provides cookery workshops for £20 pp for groups of 4 or more.
Gayani also has her own curry powder called Gold Dust that can be ordered via her website.
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Banana blossoms curry
Lentils, and coconut salad, green beans
Beetroot curry, lentils, curry bean baddum, and spicy green Mallum.
Mix veg mild curry, cooked in coconut milk.
Green mango curry
Cassava with coconut sambol.
Gotukola herb, snake beans curry. Banan blossoms Badum and coconut Sambal and rice.
All photos courtesy of Gayani’s Kitchen. With thanks.