Among the sea of food trucks dishing out niche cuisine in Calgary this summer, look for the Kurry Up food truck specializing in Indian street food. Any person who visits the Kurry Up food truck for the first time will notice that it is unlike any other food truck in Calgary. The truck is 33 feet long and equipped with a full modern professional kitchen including a tandoor. A tandoor is a clay oven heated by charcoal or wood used to cook naan breads, often cooking fresh bread in a matter of minutes
For all Indian food aficionados, I invite you try out their selection of traditional and modern dishes served during lunch and dinner. Kurry Up is a unique addition to the “restaurant on wheels” industry and one of the first licensed East Indian food truck to serve the city of Calgary. Owner, Jassie Bakshi, has been serving the Calgary restaurant industry for the last 15 years as head chef.
Chef Jassie Bakshi began training in New Delhi. Another popular dish that was created at the famous Mooti Mahal restaurant in New Delhi during the 1950s is ‘Murgh Makhanai’, which directly translates to ‘Butter Chicken’. This popular Indian dish is made by marinating chicken in yogurt blended with spices like garlic, coriander, ginger, cumin and many others Indian spices, cooked in the Tandoor, served in a mild curry sauce which includes cashew paste and butter. Come and enjoy delicious Butter Chicken from a trained chef who has brought the original recipe of Butter chicken from New Delhi to the streets of Calgary.
The Kurry Up food truck is parked in downtown Calgary during lunch hours and located at 401 21 Ave NE, Calgary, AB T2E 1S7 during dinner hours. Follow Kurry Up on Twitter at https://twitter.com/kurryup1 and on Facebook on http://facebook/kurryup or contact us on 4033517900. For more information please visit our website www.kurryup.ca.