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Andhra Chow

March 13 & 14

Indian cuisine is very diverse. Almost every state has its own unique cuisine and sometimes different regions within a state have distinctive cuisine and flavors. Andhra cuisine is from the South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Known for its tangy and spicy flavors, the majority of Andhra dishes use both red and green chilies,  tamarind, lentils, fresh curry leaves and rice.


Join us for a taste fo Andhra cuisine with first time Chow Club chef Babita Verma on March 13 & 14. 


As always: 

  • Tickets are $50
  • Seating is at 7pm  
  • Dinner is BYOB
  • We'll send the venue address to ticket holders the week of the event.

MENU

Perugu Vadalu

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 This famous South Indian snack is served on special occasions, at festivals, or as an evening snack. These fluffy, lentil dumplings are flavored with ginger and asafoetida spice. The dumpling is dunked in yogurt seasoned with mustard seeds and fresh curry leaves and topped with grated carrot and chickpea flour puffs.

Gluten-free, Vegan version available. 

Punugulu with two chutneys

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 A favorite snack and common street food, these deep-fried balls are made from fermented rice and lentil batter with onions, cumin and fresh herbs. Served with two chutneys: a coconut peanut chutney made with fresh coconut, peanuts, red chilies, cumin, mustard seeds & fresh curry leaves. And a tomato chutney made with onions, tomatoes, green chilly, curry leaves, fresh coriander, cumin and mustard seeds.

Gluten-free alternative available.

Hyderabadi Chicken

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In this recipe, the chicken is marinated with yogurt, garam masala, and turmeric, then slow cooked in a rich, spicy and aromatic sauce flavored with herbs, ginger, garlic, onions, roasted and freshly ground coconut, peanuts, sesame seeds, and red chillies. The heat from chillies combines with the fresh coconut and peanuts giving this dish a unique flavor. 

Gluten-free. Peanut-free version available upon request. Vegan option: Guttai Vankaya Kura (stuffed baby eggplant)

Sambar

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Sambar is a vegetable stew made with mixed vegetables like carrot, beans, potato, radish, and slow cooked with a hint of tamarind & special spice powder known as sambar masala.

Vegan and Gluten-free. 

Ghee Rice

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Ghee rice is aromatic rice dish, mildly flavored with bay leaf, cardamom and cloves. The aroma of the fresh ghee is totally unique and elevates the flavor of this dish. Gluten-free. Vegan version available 

Homemade Yogurt

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It's difficult to find a South Indian who will finish the meal without a cup of yogurt. Freshly prepared yogurt balances the flavors and spices in the meal. 

Appadalu

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 Also known as poppadams, these crispy wafers are made from rice flour. They have been an intrinsic part of everyday meals on the Indian subcontinent for generations. Gluten-free and vegan. 

Rava Kesari

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Popular for special occasions and festivals, the recipe varies regionally depending on the availability of ingredients. In several Indian languages, “kesari” means saffron, the ingredient which gives kesari its bright yellow color. Babita’s Kesari is made with rava (semolina), sugar, ghee, cardamom and cashew nuts. Gluten-free and vegan alternative available. 

Meet the Chef

Babita Verma

 Born and brought up in a Himalayan State in India, Babita learned to cook from her mom. Having traveled extensively, she experienced uniqueness of cooking methods and spices of various cultures. When she married into a South Indian family, her mother-in-law taught her to cook Andhra cuisine, the cuisine of the South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.


She is the founder of a culinary business that showcases the food and culture of refugees and immigrants in Atlanta. Her team hosts monthly cooking classes and private dining experiences led by women chefs. 

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February Chow

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Our Ghanaian Chow is sold out!

To get on our waiting list, 

email us at ChowClubAtl@gmail.com.

 Let us know which night  (Feb. 28-29) 

and how many tickets you're interested in. 

How does it work?

As a member, you'll receive exclusive invitations to our pop-up dinners featuring home cooks and rising chefs. You'll have an opportunity to sample authentic dishes from around the world that you won't find anywhere else in Atlanta. At the same time, you'll be supporting local chefs as they build a name for themselves. Reserve your seats quickly as they will sell out!

  • Chow Club dinners are member only events. 
  • Tickets must be purchased in advance and often sell out. 
  • The venue address will be emailed to you the week of the event. 
  • Please check your email account associated with your PayPal account.
  • Chow Club Dinners are BYOB.

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 By signing up below I state that I am an adult, and understand that during Chow Club Atlanta  I will have the option to consume dishes made by the guest chef and that the products that may have been produced in a space not inspected by the health department. By signing up I agree that Chow Club Atlanta and the venue where the event is held, will have no liability whatsoever for, and will be held harmless by me for any liability for any injury, loss or damages of to me due in whole or in part, directly or indirectly, from the use of any product at Chow Club or while on the premises of Chow Club. 

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