Spring Cooking Series

Join Rahul on a four-part adventure through the rich and diverse culinary landscape of India. Classes will be limited to 6 students. We will cook with the freshest ingredients sourced from the local farmers market. This is a great opportunity to learn the basic techniques of Indian cooking and add healthy and delicious regional Indian dishes to your repertoire.

Sunday, April 10, 3 pm – 6 pm (Done)
Saturday, April 16, 3 pm – 6 pm (Done)
Heartland Vegetarian

From the fertile breadbasket of the Punjab to the vast plains of the Ganges, comes the quintessential northern vegetarian home cooking that produced the great standards like Palak Paneer , Baingan Bhartha and Aloo Gobi as well as various wheat flatbreads and hearty Dals. Learn to add these healthy classics to your everyday cooking.

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Sunday, May 1, 3 pm – 6 pm (Done)
The Spice Coast

If pepper was worth its weight in gold in medieval Europe, then the Malabar coast in southern India was surely the El Dorado. Since ancient times, Arab, Chinese and European explorers have sought the spices of this tropical paradise. Explore this exotic cuisine, influenced by explorers, traders, missionaries and the local bounty of abundant spices, vegetables, fruits and seafood.

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Sunday, May 8, 3 pm – 6 pm (Done)
Portuguese Fusion

Vasco da Gama landed on the west coast of  India in 1498 and put in motion a spectacular culinary mashup of Portuguese and Konkani cooking that produced signature Goan dishes like Vindaloo, Xacuti and Bebinca. If you can’t experience sampling a Rechad Masala Pomfret and sipping a Cashew Feni in a beach shack in Goa, this class is the next best thing!
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Sunday, May 22, 3 pm – 6 pm (Done)
A Moghul Feast

Babur arrived in northern India from central Asia in 1526 and founded the Mughal empire that would last for 300 years. With the Moghuls came the tandoor and the refined cooking of Persia that would change north Indian food forever with Pulaos, Biriyanis, Kebabs, Kormas and succulent Tandoori meats. Learn to cook a feast fit for a Nawab.


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Cost: $75 per class, $260 for the series
Buy the series and share with your friendsand family.

To sign up, Email Rahul or call 503 210 5499

The classes will be held at
1088 SW Westwood Drive
Portland, OR 97239

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