Learn how to make haggis pakora
Make your own haggis pakora
Enjoy a three course Indian meal
Great for a works bash or a day out with friends and family
Complimentary Drink on arrival from choice of Mister Singh’s House Red or House White Wine, Bottle of Cobra or Draught Soft Drink
Red wine and cheese. Ant ‘n’ Dec. Haggis and pakora. Some matches are made in heaven.
Take up today’s Big Deal with Mr Singh’s India and you will not only witness the union of two culinary superstars but you will also get to scoff the results.
Haggis and pakora may come from very different backgrounds but, like Romeo and Juliet, they were destined to be together and Mr Singh’s India is the ideal matchmaker.
Mister Singh’s India launched on to the Glasgow curry scene a little over fifteen years ago.
Since then, three generations of the Singh clan have done their fair share of experimentation in the stylish surrounds of Mr Singh’s India.
Haggis pakora, haggis curries and, most recently, their launch of the curry pie have all found favour with the curry-loving public.
Great for a weekend works bash; a stag or hen party or simply a fun family outing, today’s Big Deal is available for individually or can be purchased for groups of ten to fourteen people.
The deal is for a welcome drink, then haggis pakora master class followed by a three course meal from a special menu at Mr Singh’s India.
Whether you choose to hold it on a Saturday or a Sunday, this is how your event will go down. First, the chef will introduce himself, the ingredients used and the pakora cooking procedures. The chef, aka Chieftain o’ the pudding race, will then demonstrate how to make the mighty haggis pakora.
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After that, each member of the party can have a crack at constructing their own haggis pakora under the watchful eye of the chef. The chef will then take any questions and present each guest with a copy of the Singh’s family secret recipe for haggis pakora.
After all that hard work, guests can sit down and tuck into a three course feast of mouth-watering Indian food.
On Saturdays the classes start at 11:30am and last approximately 45mins to 1hour followed by a three course meal from a special menu.
On Sundays, the classes start at 4:30pm and last approximately 45mins to 1hour followed by a three course meal from a special menu.