Palm Heart Aguachile
fresh palm heart, cucumber, lime, New Mexican green chile, papalo and pickled onions. gluten free
sweet Corn, New Mexican red and green chile, papalo crema. gluten free
Fall Squash Tamal
Red Chile Roasted Honeynut Squash, Green Chile-Pepita Salsa. gluten free
Tortilla Chips and Homemade Trio of Dips - $12
Blue Corn Tortilla Chips with a trio of Vegan Green Chile Queso, Green Chile Tomatillo Salsa, Red & Green Chile Guacamole. gluten free
Arroz Con Leche - $7
Almond Milk, Royal Cinnamon, Coconut Yogurt and Chamomile Poached Apricots. gluten free
* aguachile, like ceviche, is a method of curing seafood (in this case palm heart) in lime juice, though aguachiles includes chile and cilantro (in this case papalo) in the cure, making it an even bolder and more colorful dish.
Serves 1 (or add tortilla chips and dips for a lighter shared meal)
Deliveries are between 5-7pm. You will receive a more accurate ETA the morning of the drop.
Ursula operates a mixed kitchen. The menu is 100% plant-based & vegan.
This corn chowder is a medium-spicy dish.
Heating & Serving
Heating and serving instructions will be provides for a couple of dishes.
Chef Eric See plays tribute to his New Mexican culinary heritage at Ursula Brooklyn. He closed one restaurant at the start of the pandemic, but after a road trip through his home state of New Mexico, he returned to NY re-energized and inspired, so he began cooking pop-ups that led to lines around the block. The demand for his New Mexican dishes that were as playful as they were original grew, so he opened Ursula in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, named after his grandmother, and has already become a fixture of the local food scene.
Chef Eric See was just named by Bon Appetit magazine a "head of the table" for creating a safe haven and creative space in Brooklyn for the queer community, for much of his work hosting chefs for staging pop-ups.