Spice up your life with a savoury selection to beat lockdown blues

Monday, 9th November 2020, 9:10 am
Updated Monday, 9th November 2020, 9:11 am

A range of different festive feasts for Christmas

A range of different festive feasts for Christmas

The UK suffering renewed lockdowns, restriction tiers and firebreaks does not mean Christmas will be cancelled this year.

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Festive celebrations might just look a little different.

Get ready for a hot spicy Christmas

You can spice up your lockdown with the brand new ‘Feast at Home’ kits from Vivek Singh’s acclaimed Indian restaurant, The Cinnamon Club.

These festive feasting kits available nationwide, provide the perfect meals for Zoom Christmas parties with colleagues (or in the office post-lockdown), corporate gifts for clients you can’t meet in person or just a fabulous dinner at home.

The Cinnamon Club has removed all the stress with these ready-to-cook festive kits jam-packed with everything you need to make the restaurant’s signature celebratory dishes at home, along with recipe cards and spice kits.

When can I order?

Available to order right now until December 18 for delivery across the UK, each kit is delivered directly to your door and packed with contemporary Indian dishes made using seasonal British ingredients.

With three carefully considered menus to choose from, there’s something for everyone to recreate The Cinnamon experience at home.

What hot and spicy treats are on offer?

The seasonal showstopper is the Shaan–E–Raan, serving four to five at £200. The kit includes a whole Mughal style Kentish lamb leg, slowly braised until meltingly tender with nutmeg and peppercorn sauce, jewelled biryani rice and 24-hour simmered black lentils. Sides and accompaniments are included.

The Four Course At Home Feast at £50 per person is the perfect dinner table feast and includes bhel papdi chaat, a street style crisp wheat and puffed rice chaat; stir-fried Madras shrimps with curry leaf and black pepper; and lamb shank Roganjosh, a Kashmiri style slow-braised lamb shank; all complete with biryani rice, Burhani raita with chilli and garlic and 24-hour simmered black lentils.

Finish off with Vivek’s famous garam masala Christmas pudding and warming nutmeg custard made with home-soaked mincemeat and Cinnamon’s special garam masala blend.

For a classic Cinnamon experience for two, why not try the Delhi Style Butter Chicken dinner at £120. All menus come complete with instructions.

How do I order?

Order online from www.thecinnamoncollection.com/shop website.