Classes are suitable from absolutely anyone, from beginner to confident cook. We hold the classes in pop-up venues in and around Oxford, and each class in 2.5-3 hours long. All ingredients and equipment are provided – just bring yourself, and come along to enjoy cooking and eating together.
Asafetida to Jaggery: an Introduction to Gujarati Cuisine with Samar Khatiwala – Sunday 23rd July 2017
July 23 @ 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Gujarati food may be India’s best kept culinary secret. Even in a country with as diverse and fragmented a cuisine as India, Gujarati food is particularly renowned for its variety, extensive use of legumes, and distinct combination of sweet, sour and savoury flavours. In this class we’ll be making classic fare such as muthia (steamed vegetable dumplings), upma (semolina and vegetable ‘pilaf’), shrikhand (strained yogurt sweet with saffron and pistachios) and dudhi chana dal – a comfort dish that will leave you convinced that a bowl of dal can have just as much umami as one of ramen.