Indian Cooking Class: Savory Upma, Chicken Curry in a Nutty Gravy, and Coconut Rice
Thursday, August 15, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)
Mountain View, United States
- Appetizer: Savory Upma
- Main Course: Chicken Curry in a Nutty Gravy
- Main Course: Cocnut Rice
As you walk into the class, you’ll be greeted with hot chai.
We'll begin by preparing our appetizer, the Savory Upma. Upma is cream of wheat - we'll make this appetizer from scratch using fresh herbs and spices. This healthy and mouth-watering dish will be ready in no time! After eating the Savory Upma and replenishing our energy, we'll dive right into cooking the two main courses.
One of the main courses of the night will be a chicken curry in a thick, nutty gravy. You may find versions of this curry at restaurants; those versions have cream in them. I’ll teach you a healthy recipe that won’t use cream and will taste better! We’ll prepare this dish from scratch using high quality chicken, fresh spices, and herbs. Nothing out of a can or package – nothing preserved at all. You’ll learn to make the gravy base from scratch rather than using a curry powder or paste.
We’ll pair our awesome chicken curry with coconut rice. Indian cuisine uses a few different types of rice for various dishes - one of them is Basmati rice. It is a long grain rice that is used to prepare fancy rice dishes. Coconut rice is one of those dishes. This rice dish is very versatile and can be paired with just about anything. This is a recipe you'll find yourself returning to quite a bit in the future.
Address to the class will be provided after registration.
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For a short time, I will be accepting private group and team building cooking class requests only. Please wrtie to me at fharzana at iheartcurry.com or call at (650) 691-5306 for more information.
Hi, I'm Fharzana. My Indian cooking classes in the San Francisco Bay Area emphasize hands-on cooking and help you overcome the challenges of cooking delicious Indian food in your kitchen at home.
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