The Indian Kitchen
23 November 2021
Honesty Cookery School
The British just love Indian food yet the diversity of the cuisines from different regions of India has only recently begun to be explored.
Sasi specialises in producing light, healthy and appetising dishes. Ingredients like mustard seeds, dhal, hing (asafoetida), turmeric, black pepper and curry leaves are used to give a perfect blend of flavour, colour and taste. Her Indian dishes are not just delicious but easily digestible. Expect vibrant, healthy dishes that will become part of your weekly repertoire.
Palak Chole – this spinach and chickpea curry is a delicious combination of two wholesome foods.
Avocado paratha or chapati – a great nutritious flat bread to accompany a meal, but also ideal for breakfast or as part of a packed lunch.
Mixed vegetable poriyal – This simple, healthy, dry curry can be made with a variety of vegetables. The perfect dish for taking advantage of whatever is in season.
You will eat the fruits of your labour for lunch, with a glass of wine.
Max 8 people. Suitable for all abilities.