may, 2022

sat21may5:00 pm6:00 pmEvent OverAfghan Drive-Thru Menu (Dinner)Afghan Dinner Ticket - Saturday, May 21, 20225:00 pm - 6:00 pm Webster United Methodist Church, 600 N Bompart Avenue

May 21 Supper Club - Dinner

Event Details

You are invited to a Welcome Neighbor STL drive-thru supper club event to support families recently settled in St. Louis. These events help rebuild lives and rebuild hope for the cooks who share their talents and culture. The ripple effect of these events reaches the volunteers who assist, and the generous supporters who continually nurture this endeavor.

These meals present an opportunity for immigrant families to share knowledge and skills unique to them. It is also an opportunity for us to get a glimpse into their culture. These fundraising efforts can set them on a path of greater independence and confidence in their lives here in in the USA. We are appreciative of our past and future supporters who feed our soul and we hope we return the favor.

Dinner is set for Saturday May 21st 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm, Drive up to pick up your to go dinner at Webster United Methodist Church, 600 n Bompart Avenue, St. Louis Mo 63119.

$30 per ticket

PLEASE NOTE: all meals will be served with meat unless you specify that you would like a Vegetarian Meal.

Please specify “Please make my meal a Vegetarian Meal” in the Additional Notes box when completing your purchase on the CHECKOUT SCREEN.

Additional Comments - Vegetarian

LOLA KEBBAB

Minced beef, onion, green chili, tomato, coriander, cumin.

MANTU (AFGHAN DUMPLINGS)

Similar to a wonton dumpling and filled with lentils, ground beef, tomatoes, onion, coriander, and cumin. Drizzled with yogurt and tomato sauce.

QORMA-I SABZI

A combination of spinach, cilantro, parsley and scallions, topped with a special lamb sauce, served with Basmati rice.

BOLANI

Afghan Bolani is a popular street food and a crowd pleaser. Flatbread made of unleavened dough that is stuffed and pan fried, but its real beauty comes from the vegetable stuffing inside. Typically, the dough is stuffed in a variety of ways including mashed potato, or green and red lentils, leeks or chives, or pumpkin.

GOSH E-FIL

Known as elephant’s ear is a fried sweet pastry with dough made from flour, milk, eggs, and sugar. These crunchy pastries are also sprinkled with powdered cardamom, icing sugar, and crushed pistachios.

VEGETARIAN OPTION

ASHAK

Fresh pasta filled with scallions, leeks and cilantro, served with yogurt-garlic sauce. seasoned with coriander, turmeric and cayenne pepper, sprinkled with mint.

KABULI PULAO

Basmati rice cooked with onion, saffron, black pepper, cardamom, coriander, and cumin. Topped with raisins, nuts and julienned carrots.

SHORNAKHOD

An appetizer composed of chickpeas and kidney beans with a crushed cilantro, potatoes, lemon, and vinegar dressing.

BOLANI

Afghan Bolani is a popular street food and a crowd pleaser. Flatbread made of unleavened dough that is stuffed and pan fried, but its real beauty comes from the vegetable stuffing inside. Typically, the dough is stuffed in a variety of ways including mashed potato, or green and red lentils, leeks or chives, or pumpkin.

GOSH E-FIL

Known as elephant’s ear is a fried sweet pastry with dough made from flour, milk, eggs, and sugar. These crunchy pastries are also sprinkled with powdered cardamom, icing sugar, and crushed pistachios.

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Please indicate whether you want your meal to be VEGETARIAN or with MEAT at the CHECKOUT screen in the "Additional Comments"!

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