A recipe inspired by the history of Kedleston Hall
A recipe created by the chefs at Kedleston Hall features in the recently released National Trust book 'Comfort Food'. It will also be served up in the restaurant at Kedleston Hall this season.
Lord Curzon of Kedleston Hall was Viceroy of India and based in the south of the country, where a typical chickpea curry originates. This inspired the chefs at Kedleston Hall to create a curry that reflected the family history.
The restaurant at Kedleston Hall serves a wide range of hot and cold meals and snacks, including vegetarian options and smaller portions for children. With more visitors interested in meat free dishes, the chefs began creating new recipes and the vegan Chana Masala is the final result.
From March 2019 onwards, the Chana Masala will be served daily in the restaurant at Kedleston Hall, a perfect excuse to visit if you enjoy trying new dishes.
The 'Comfort Food' cookbook is now available to purchase in shop at Kedleston Hall, so you can also make the curry for yourself, friends and family. It is also available to buy from the National Trust online shop.