Indian Street Feast Cookery Class
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Indian Street Feast Cookery Courses
Developed in response to the popularity of our Southern Indian class, spice-loving foodies continue their Indian cooking course journey that is mainly gluten free, vegetarian friendly colourful feast of curry flavours. De-mystify more famous dishes & discover new favourites.
Learn how to make your favourite Indian takeaway recipes even tastier and more authentic. From a fragrant chicken dish with curry leaves and fresh mint, and flavoursome saag paneer through to rarely seen Indian canapé ideas. In this cooking course we’ll guide you step by step through making an Indian street feast with a Northern flavour.
You’ll learn how to master Indian street cooking with all its entrancing curry flavours and vibrant and spectacular colours. With a broad range of authentic Indian ingredients readily available in London, this cooking style is surprisingly simple to master.
Great for vegetarians, vegans and meat eaters, we can adapt the menu so everyone can enjoy the characteristic flavours of tamarind, turmeric, and seasonal vegetables like wild garlic.
Create fun and interactive canapés the likes of which you may never have seen before with pani puri stuffed with white peas and served with your own freshly made mint juice. Also master the accompaniments of pilau rice to mop up the flavoursome curry sauces and chutneys.
- Pani puri with white pea stuffing & mint water
- Amritsari fish with tamarind chutney
- Curry leaf chicken
- Saag paneer
- Cumin pilau rice
Like all our London hands-on cookery classes, our Indian Street Feast cooking courses include all food, equipment, and unlimited specially selected red and white wine and soft drinks. You will cook around our oak banquet table and enjoy eating all your dishes together in the most sociable way in London. Check out our TripAdvisor page for reviews.
Want more classes like these?
Have a look at our Southern Indian cooking class where you'll learn to master the region's entrancing curry flavours of coconut, curry leaves and mustard seeds.