High Chai ( Indian High Tea with a touch of spice)

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Do you love chai? Do you love Indian food? Ever tried Gujarati cuisine with an East African Influence or Traditional British dishes with an Indian twist? Chinskitchen High Chai is an all vegetarian Tea experience bringing to the table a selection of dishes and masala tea to tantalize your palettes. This experience will take place in a homely environment where you get the opportunity to share delightful treats and chats with others joining on the day. Start off your celebrations in style with a memorable experience from Chinskitchen. A perfect opportunity for you to experience a passion for food and bakes with a touch of spice 😉

Chins Festive High Chai

Date: Sunday 13th December 2015

Time: 15.00
Venue: Chinskitchen(Hillingdon) -address will be sent once booking made
Cost: £25.00 per person
Booking: Only 12 spaces available. To book a place please click on the following link and book through Edible Experiences
” Festive High Chai” ( Click on this link it will direct you to the page)

 

Festive High Chai Menu

Drinks (bottomless):

  • Masala Chai ( Loose Kenyan leaf Tea brewed the traditional way with homemade Tea Spice)
  • Selection of Teas
  • Mulled Wine

Savoury:

  • Handvo (A classic Gujarati savoury cake made with lentils and rice, Served with chutney)
  • Vegetable Vol Au Vents (Vol au vent pastry filled with samosa spiced vegetables served with tamarind chutney).
  • Bateta Vada served with chutney (Traditional spiced Indian potato patties given a modern twist by adding paneer and cashew nuts )
  • Sundried tomato and Pesto wreath bread (Homemade pesto and cumin seed bread served with cheese, homemade apple chutney and cranberry chutney)

Sweet:

  • Festive Scones served with Cinnamon cream or Brandy infused homemade sweet mince.
  • Cranberry and Almond Nankhatai (Indian spiced shortbread with nutty almond and tangy cranberries)
  • Spiced Chocolate and Orange Cake ( Xmas special, rich and decadent chocolate orange cake infused with festive spices covered with a creamy chocolate butter cream )

 

 

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Date: Saturday 30th May 2015
Time: 16.00
Venue: Chinskitchen(Hillingdon) -address will be sent once booking made
Cost: £25.00 per person
Booking: To book a place please click on the following link and book through Edible Experiences
“High Chai” ( Click on this link it will direct you to the page)

Any profits made on this day will be donated to  Hillingdon Autistic Care Society. A charity founded by parents with children on the Autistic Spectrum, they have supported me since my son was diagnosed with Autism.

High Chai Menu

Drinks:

  • Masala Chai ( Loose Kenyan leaf Tea brewed the traditional way with homemade Tea Spice)
  • Selection of Teas

Savoury:

  • Thepla served with Sambharo ( Spiced Gujarati flat breads served with a warm Gujarati salad of carrots, cabbage and mango tempered with mustard seeds)
  • Sooji Dhokla served with a selection of chutney’s ( steam cooked soft and fluffy savoury semolina cakes tempered in curry leaves, mustard seeds, coconut and coriander)
  • Bateta Vada served with chutney (Traditional spiced Indian potato patties given a modern twist by adding paneer and cashew nuts )
  • Sundried tomato, mature cheddar and cumin seed bread (West country cheddar combined with  sundried tomatoes and aromatic cumin seeds in a soft crumb loaf served with butter dip)
  • Chutneys: Coriander and coconut, Tamarind and Date and Red chilli and Garlic.

Sweet:

  • Scones served with Cinnamon cream and homemade berry jam
  • Gulab Jamun cupcake (A light sponge delicately infused with natural rose and warm cardamom, covered in whipped rose butter cream and garnished with vibrant pistachios and fragrant dried rose petals)
  • Pistachio and coconut Lemon posset served with Nan katai ( Traditional British dessert combined with crunchy pistachios and coconut, finished with white chocolate and served with traditional Indian butter cookies infused with warm sweet spice)
  • Orange and Chai spiced Macaron ( Orange infused macaron filled with tea spice ganache)
  • Chocolate tarts ( homemade rich butter pastry tarts filled with chocolate ganache and fruit)

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