A CRAFTY chef has reinvented the deep-fried Mars Bar – with an Indian twist.
Jasdeep Singh, proprietor of Glasgow’s Minimal Curry Home, is serving up the chocolate favourite in pakora kind.
The quirky creation infuses bite-sized pieces of the caramel and nougat deal with with traditional Indian spices in a deep fried fritter, creating a melt-in-the-middle deal with.
Jasdeep – who has worked in kitchens given that he was just 13 – mentioned: “I can realize why people today appreciate battered Mars Bars so much. They’re crunchy and gooey and absolutely mouth watering – so, of course, I realized I experienced to put my own twist on it.”
“To be genuine, I was not confident if the concept was heading to get the job done at initially, but as shortly as I took my 1st chunk I knew I was on to a winner.
“The gentle texture and sweet flavor of the Mars Bar marries up fantastically with the spicy crunch of the pakora coating. It is received a wee kick to it and you just can’t enable but crave much more, so I feel our consumers will love it.
“It’s the perfect way to spherical off a meal or if you just fancy a quick correct to satisfy your sweet tooth. It is the supreme responsible satisfaction for lovers of Indian delicacies and the excellent amalgamation of Glasgow’s excellent enjoys – pakora and deep fried Mars Bar.”
The deep fried Mars Bar is now a staple of Scottish delicacies obtaining been reportedly invented in 1992 by The Haven Chip Bar – which is now identified as The Carron – in Stonehaven, in Aberdeenshire.
Now foodie fans can get their palms on Mars Bar pakora, which is staying marketed at Jasdeep’s restaurant for £5.50.
It is the hottest flamboyant generation by the 23-yr-aged eaterie operator, who lately staged a unique Alan Partridge themed menu to celebrate the arrival of a person of Norfolk’s favourite sons at the OVO Hydro.
The restaurant, in Glasgow’s west end, reopened to the community following 18 months final September, adhering to a £150,000 refurbishment.