Tuesday, May 10, 2016

The Still and Twisted Tandoor Join Forces with Indian Dinner and Cocktail Night

Posted By on Tue, May 10, 2016 at 3:04 PM

click to enlarge The Chandrakanta, made with vokda, lime, bay leaf syrup and cucumber, is just one of eight cocktails featured at Indian Night. - COURTESY OF THE STILL
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  • The Chandrakanta, made with vokda, lime, bay leaf syrup and cucumber, is just one of eight cocktails featured at Indian Night.

JAM Culinary Concepts, the parent company of both Vero Amore and Noble Hops, recently took well-loved former Indian food truck Twisted Tandoor under its wing, with promises of an eminent brick and mortar location. Though that restaurant is still projected to be a couple months out, you don't have to wait to get anther taste of Twisted Tandoor.

Vero Amore has already incorporated the Singh family Twisted Tandoor recipes into their line-up with their unique Indian pizza nights for the past year and a half, while seeking to get the truck up and running again for catering and private events. Now, the restaurant's speakeasy-inspired bar, The Still (located behind a rotating wall in Vero Amore at 2920 N. Swan Road), will play host to a special Indian Night event. 

Led by Roopinder Grewal of Twisted Tandoor, Josh and Aric Mussman of JAM and bartender and manager of The Still Tiffany Eldredge, the one-night-only event will run from 7 p.m. to midnight on Thursday, May 12 and will offer seven dishes and eight cocktails inspired by Twisted Tandoor.

Here's the menu:

Plates

Chapli Kebab Sliders- Chapli Kebab patty made from beef mince, onions, tomatoes, green chilies, coriander, cumin and pomegranate seeds

Fried Shrimp- Shrimp marinated in spices and fried

Papri Chaat- Crisp fried dough wafers known as papri, along with boiled chickpeas, boiled potatoes, yoghurt and tamarind chutney, topped with chaat masala and other spices

Samosas- A triangular savory pastry fried in oil, containing spiced vegetables or meat

Paneer Pakoras- Paneer, a fresh Indian cheese, dipped in a spiced chickpea flour batter and deep fried

Chicken Quesadillas- Tandoori Chicken with 3-cheese Italian blend

Murgh Malai Kebab- Chicken kebab marinated in thick yogurt, cream/malai cheese, saffron, herbs and spices

Cocktails

Bollywood- Vodka, Aquavit (Caraway Liqueur), lemon, coriander syrup, ginger and a Chaat Masala spiced rim

Tamarind Sour- Rye whiskey, tamarind syrup, egg white, lemon and nutmeg

Shola (Fierce/hot) Margarita- Tequila, Cointreau, lime, cilantro and serrano chutney and agave nectar

Kavi (The Wise Man)- Scotch, Suze, Cardamaro, cardamom bitters and grated black cardamom

Pickled Lime Mojito- White rum, sugar, mint, pickled lime and lime juice

Indian Fizz- Saffron gin, velvet falernum (clove liqueur), Indian spiced syrup (cinnamon, saffron, bay leaf, green cardamom and clove), lemon, egg white, topped with soda and cinnamon

Peppered Lotus- Peppered gin, carom syrup, lime, Boomtown bitters, cilantro, absinthe and black pepper

Chandrakanta (Beloved By The Moon)- Vodka, lime, bay leaf syrup and cucumber

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