Reporting for Duty

My Victorian teaching circuit continues. Here’s some photographic evidence of yesterday’s Seymour adventure.

Our menu:

Vegetarian World Food

Syrian Roast Pepper, Walnut & Pomegranate Molasses Dip (Muhammara) with Grilled Ciabatta & Vegetable Crudites

Melange of Seasonal Vegetables, Mung Beans & Basmati Rice (Khichari) with Minted Bedouin Yogurt-Cheese (Labneh), lemon wedges and Hot Griddle-Baked Breads (Chapatis)

Crispy Battered Fillets of Fresh Panir Cheese (Panir Pakoras) with Hot, Sweet & Spicy Tomato Chutney

Saffron-infused Semolina Halava Pudding with Flaked Almonds & Raisins

Our group of students pose for a group photo.

group photo:

It’s chapati rolling time.

chapatis:

Tender puffed and buttered wheat breads.

chapati:

Our luscious yogurt cheese with fresh mint drizled with local Seymour gourmet olive oil.

labneh:

My friend Radha Caran fries the fresh battered panir cheese pakoras.

radha caran:

A meal is not complete without a sweet – in this case it’s cardamom and saffron scented halava pudding draped with cool vanilla custard.

halava:
Posted by Kurma on 12/5/06; 4:49:47 AM

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