The cuisine of South India~learn to make idli,dosa and more...

  • November 17, 2013 · 4:00 PM
  • Mukti's Kitchen

Hi Friends of Mukti's Kitchen,

South Indian cuisine by and large is basically rice and lentil based that means they are naturally gluten free.  It is full of all the flavors from Mustered seeds, fenugreek seeds and curry leaves. 

I will share with you all the secrets of naturally gluten-free Indian cooking and show you how to make those dishes very yummy. You and your friend will be welcomed to the comfort of our kitchen with masala tea. The class includes tips of healthy and nutritious eating and preparations and a sit-down dinner. It is a comfortable and relaxed setting designed to provide a forum for learning and exchanging thoughts and ideas.

You will learn how to make coconut chutney, dosa (flaky crepe) and other yummy dishes.

I invite you to bring a notebook, so you can take all the secrets back home with you and delight yourself and those you love.

Menu:

Idli--Steamed rice balls

Dosa--Crepe of lentil and rice

Vada--Lentil fried and soaked in yogurt

Sambar and chutney--Lentil with tomato, squash and okra.

Payasam--Rice in milk and cardamom and bay leaves 

What you will get

*Tips and tricks about the spices that you will be using, you will be cooking too
*Friendship, fun and delicious food (complete dinner)
*I will teach you the nuances and secrets, where to get the masalas and how to keep the aroma intact.

* You get the printed recipe of the dishes.

It is so much fun to make them and even better to taste. Let's all have fun together:-)

Looking forward to seeing you.

Any questions please call.

All my best wishes,

Mukti

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