Brunch Takeover: Pakistani Halwa Puri - June, 15 at The Mad Priest Coffee & Cocktails

Sat 06/15/19 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM EDT

Our friends Sadaf & Iqbal are giving Chattanooga a chance to experience the traditional Pakistani Halwa Puri breakfast at our next Mad Priest Brunch Takeover! Come try something new for brunch that feeds your heart and soul!

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Vegan plate (Cholay, Aaloo Bujya, 2 Puri) / $8 Non-veg plate (Cholay, Aaloo Bujya, Keema, 2 Puri) / $11 Halwa (vegetarian) / $2 Extra Puri / $1 each

Halwa = A sweet dish made with semolina, butter, sugar, green raisins (sultana), crushed coconut and sliced almonds.

Puri = Deep fried flat bread

Cholay = Traditional recipe of chickpea curry that goes specially with Puri spiced with cumin, red pepper, onion, garlic, ginger and heeng.

Aaloo Bhujya = Potatos cooked with onions, tomatoes, crushed red pepper, black caraway, cumin seeds, and turmeric.

Keema = Halal ground beef slow cooked with authentic spices...black pepper, red pepper, black cumin seed, cinnamon, clove, black cardamom, saffron, nutmeg, onions, ginger, garlic, and yogurt. Party in your mouth!

Brunch Takeover: Pakistani Halwa Puri

The Mad Priest Coffee & Cocktails

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The Mad Priest Coffee & Cocktails

Welcome to The Mad Priest, and to the timeless rituals of communion, revelry, and friendship. We believe that good drinks open our minds to new possibilities, spark creativity, and bridge people and cultures. Our endeavor is to continue in the tradition of the early coffee houses of the Ottoman Empire that were places of socializing, intellectual discourse, political debate, and of course, lots of chess. We’re so glad you’re here with us to celebrate the array of color and culture that is our world. Cheers!