In a traditional Indian kitchen, there are some never-fail recipes that are handed down from generation to generation. They incorporate all the basic spices and old world techniques but are deceptively simple to prepare. In this class some of the traditional recipes from the North, South and West will be explored. We will learn to make Rava Sheera (sweetened semolina dessert with milk, cardamom and nuts), a popular offering to a very popular god Krishna, potato and tomato curry (affordable for the poor but so tasty that the rich have it at their table frequently), Pongal (a south Indian rice, laced with ghee and spices offered to Gods preceding a fresh harvest), Come explore the traditional recipes of a classic cuisine. There is a $20 materials fee paid to the instructor at the class.
Shruti Mehta has been teaching Indian cooking to aficionados for over 25 years. She also conducts private classes upon request.