INDIAN STREET FOOD

INDIAN STREET FOOD 4 HOUR CLASS

  • 10am – 2pm | Location – Parrs Wood High School
  • £80 Standard | £40 Concession
  • INDIAN STREET FOOD 1
  • £40.00£80.00Select options

  • INDIAN STREET FOOD 2
  • £40.00£80.00Select options

Half price concessionary rate available.
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What will you cook?

INDIAN STREET FOOD 1

  • Tarka Daal – a flavourful and homely dish made from lentils and fragrantly enhanced by many spices.
  • Jeera Rice – whilst rice is an everyday staple for many, this rice dish will never fail to please when entertaining and cooking for the family
  • Tamarind Chutney – the perfect sweet yet sour accompaniment for many South Indian dishes
  • Bhajia’s – flavoursome and delicately spiced crispy savoury snacks which can always be made into a meal as you’ll want more than one!

INDIAN STREET FOOD 2

  • Chana Chaat – a tasty, slightly sour made with white chickpeas, spices, herbs, onions and packs a real punch of different flavours and textures.
  • Pan puri – hollow round or ball-shaped, puri (a deep-fried crisp flatbread), filled with a mixture of flavoured water and fresh ingredients and is one of the most common street foods in the Indian subcontinent.
  • Masoor daal – delicious Indian lentil curry made with selection of spices and red lentils. Makai Pilau with sweet corn the spices mixed with sweetcorn kernels and rice make this dish, irresistible!
  • Makai Pilau – A fragrant Indian rice made with the basmati rice, aromatic spices and sweetcorn. It can be served with curd or any veg or non-veg curry.

Kala Mandviwala has followed her lifelong passion and personal venture in sharing her knowledge and skills of cooking Indian Street Food aligned to her long standing charitable and voluntary work in the community. Join Kala as she opens up the wonderful world of Indian Street Food cuisine and learn how to make a range of delicious authentic dishes:

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Kala – Cooking Lead

About Kala

How are you involved in the CGF work?

I’ve been with CGF since early 2019, as a Cooking Leader teaching a variety of Indian Cookery Classes. I’ve also enjoyed delivering online cooking classes as well as cooking in the community classes in partnership with The Bread & Butter Thing.

What are your food inspirations?

I’m at my happiest when I’m cooking creative meals and feeding family and friends! My mother has been very influential and taught me our family favourite recipes, which I’m keen to share our traditional methods of cooking and spark the passion of cooking in others!

What do you do in your spare time?

I cook Ready, Steady, Cook style everyday and I’m equally passionate about avoiding food waste, so am always creating lots new dishes but I also love to eat out trying lots of other cuisines. I’m also an active member of the local community volunteering and supporting many local causes.

Coronavirus: safety measures are in place throughout our Cookery School programme.

Vegan, vegetarian and dairy free.
You can select your dietary preferences and inform us about any allergies or other requirements during checkout.