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Indian Street Food Workshop

Learn to make lip smacking Indian street food

  • 190 Australian dollars
  • Sydney Community College

Service Description

Learn the art of crafting mouth-watering street food from the bustling streets of India in this 3-hour workshop. Discover the secrets behind the unique flavours and textures of Indian street food as you dive into the vibrant world of "chaat." Whether you're a beginner or have some experience, passionate cook and storyteller Bhavna Kalra, also known as The Modern Desi, will guide you through every step of the process, ensuring you feel comfortable and confident in recreating these delicious dishes at home. Throughout the class, Bhavna will share the fascinating history and cultural significance of Indian street food, giving you a deeper understanding of the culinary traditions that have shaped this beloved cuisine. Not only will you learn how to make everything from scratch, but Bhavna will also provide shortcuts and tips to make the preparation easier. The menu for the workshop includes traditional favourites like: Menu: Masala Chai - spiced Indian tea, made from scratch Dahi Puri - stuffed crispy pooris Keema Pav- Mumbai Style mince meat curry with bread Pindi Chole- Traditional chickpea curry Khatte Aloo - Tangy potato curry Bhature - Deep Fried sourdough bread Mango OR Strawberry Lassi - a popular yoghurt-based drink Green Chutney -Our signature condiment to go with any street food dish Tamarind & Date chutney With hands-on demonstrations and expert guidance, you'll gain the skills and confidence to whip up a storm in your own kitchen. Bhavna will provide all the necessary materials, and you'll get to take home the recipes and techniques you've learned to impress friends and family with your Indian street food creations. Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn the art of Indian street food. Sign up for this workshop and embark on a culinary adventure that will transport your taste buds to the vibrant streets of India. Knowledge required: Beginner-friendly. This class is not suitable for vegans and those with lactose intolerance. What you'll get: All ingredients Printed recipes Indulge in all the food that you will create in the workshop What to bring: An appetite Favourite drink - A crisp Chardonnay or cold beer goes really well with Indian food

Upcoming Sessions

Contact Details

  • 2A Gordon Street, Rozelle NSW, Australia

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