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Savory Indian Classics made Simple

  • Jun 25, 2010 · 7:00 PM
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Savory Indian Classics made Simple This meetup will begin with a hands-on lesson creating delicious homemade paneer (Indian cheese), as part of a delectable vegetarian curry. We will learn simple steps to conjure a delectable south Indian fish curry in a coconut based sauce and a luscious lentil dish perfect for your every day menu. No Indian summer meal is complete without a cooling yogurt relish and a kachoomber salad made from farmer’s market fresh fruits and vegetables. As always, you will be provided with instruction, recipes, and a complete Indian feast among other friendly foodies. You can pay with check or paypal. Checks should be payable to "Pritha Mehra" and mailed to 6626 Midhill Place, Falls Church, VA 22043. Payment must be received by June 4 to reserve your spot.

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  • Theresa B.

    The food was great! The people were nice. The recipes were easy to follow and instruction was good. Wish their was a little more room to spread out and have places to sit glasses down.

    June 29, 2010

  • Pritha M.

    This class was savory indeed! Breaking from Mystic Kitchen tradition, I first conjured up Bhel Puri, rather than my usual Papri Chaat, and served it with an assortment of chutneys on bread. The tomato chutney was quickly devoured, followed by many requests for the recipe. I dispelled fears of pressure cookery by demonstrating the ease and haste with which dal (lentils) can be cooked under pressure. Anna added seasoning to complete the hearty, healthy lentils. Most decided that they could conquer paneer in their own kitchens after witnessing the easy two-step process. Jane's fish curry was as close to heaven as you venture. Shalini was a pro at the raita - so good she must have practiced at home :) Kim and Chris made a fine kachoomber salad with all that was fresh and healthy. Barbara carefully tended the turmeric rice and added their flavorful twist by adding raisins and cranberries. Shannon was able to bring some spice to paneer and pepper dish. Good food and good times indeed.

    June 27, 2010

  • Shannon

    The food was excellent. Great choices!

    June 27, 2010

  • Jane

    I really enjoyed the learning these recipes. I had been interested in learning a coconut curry and paneer.

    June 26, 2010

  • Chris

    A fun night of learning, cooking and eating with a great group of people! Pritha made learning the recipes fun and easy. The tips she shares on incorporating different ingredients or spices into the recipes she shares gives us the opportunity to expand our Indian Cooking! I can't wait to make the Paneer for my family. Looking forward to the next meetup!

    June 26, 2010

  • Jane

    Pritha, Thanks again for another fantastic class! I loved the recipes and enjoyed learning how to make paneer. I can't wait to make them for Mike!!

    June 25, 2010

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