Saturday 7 Mar 2020
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Priya Deshingkar brings the authentic tastes from her youth in Delhi to the Community Kitchen, sharing the cooking techniques and flavour combinations that have evolved over centuries so you can prepare a typical homestyle north Indian meal in Brighton.
This class will cover the techniques for classic Indian dishes. You will work in pairs to create a menu which typically includes: spinach and onion pakoras, Bihari fish curry (with nigella, fennel and mustard); brown lentil dhal made with fresh, tempered spices; methi murgh (chicken and fresh fenugreek), pulao (pilaf rice with whole spices) and a cooling yoghurt raita.
Priya will introduce you to the spices, which you will blend yourself, and other ingredients, before showing you how to plan and prepare each dish so you can minimise on time and maximise on taste.
What previous participants said: “A very relaxed atmosphere and Priya was great at answering questions… A great way to relieve stress and recharge batteries.” “Fab food and fab teacher.” “Will completely transform my attempts at Indian food.”
Find out more about Priya and the other cooks who teach in the Community Kitchen.
Dietary information: This class is adaptable for gluten-free diets, this must be specified when booking. Please note we cannot guarantee the kitchen is a fully gluten-free environment. For any other allergies or dietary requirements, please contact us to discuss before booking.
Tickets for this event include:
- professional cookery tuition
- all ingredients and equipment
- hot drinks throughout the session
- a full meal at our sociable dining table (You are welcome to bring your own drinks to enjoy with the meal. We usually eat about 30mins before the class ends so you may wish to have a snack before you attend.)
- all recipes from the class.
Any profits raised from this class support our community cookery activities – where everyone can experience the benefits of cooking and eating together, regardless of finance, confidence or ability. Find out more about how we invest in people, our local community and our wider environment.
Tickets for this event are £55 per person, or £50 (per person) when booking two or more tickets at once. We have a limited number of tickets available at a concession rate of £40 for those who are in receipt of a means-tested benefit, under-18s (must be accompanied by an adult), as well as full-time students. If available, these options will appear in the drop-down when purchasing your ticket.
Please note that only one gift voucher or discount code can be used per purchase, click ‘enter promo code’ to submit these details. If you need assistance please contact us.
This event is now SOLD OUT – however you may wish to add yourself to the waiting list below as last minute cancellations can release places. Sign-up to our email list to be the first to hear about new dates for classes.
We offer a full refund if you change or cancel your place up to 14 days before your class. If you cancel between seven and 14 days before your class, we offer a 50% refund. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer refunds when a place is cancelled less than seven days before the class is due to take place. Please note Eventbrite now has a policy of keeping the Eventbrite fees associated with a booking (roughly 6.5% of the total cost) even when a refund is made.Book your place
113 Queens RdBrighton BN1 3XGUK
Step-by-step North Indian cooking with Priya of Deccan Tiffin – SOLD OUT
113 Queens Rd, Brighton BN1 3XG, UK