Indian Street Food for Teenagers

Indian Street Food for Teenagers

About the Course

Learn to make delicious dishes from scratch on this culinary journey around India. Teenagers will get stuck in learning about authentic ingredients, selecting and using spices, making a curry paste and popular accompaniments. This introduction to Indian cooking is a true paradise for young food lovers, with a feast of flavours, textures and heady aromas, enough to get your taste buds tingling! Once they’ve cooked their dishes they’ll sit down to enjoy, before taking home all the recipes so they can throw a feast for the family.

Class Structure
The day will include of a mixture of hands on cookery and demonstrations performed by our team of chef’s. The exact format will vary from class to class depending on the style of recipes and their individual teaching style.
Cooking with the classmates is an integral part of the cookery experience. Youngsters will cook recipes in pairs – whatever the ratio, there is always more than enough food, and often food to take home too!
The budding chefs will be eating the food that they have cooked for lunch around the dining table, before heading home.

This course starts at 10.00am and finishes at approximately 1.00pm

Allergies and Intolerances
We are happy to make adjustments where possible. Some classes are however unsuitable for people with particular intolerances – where the menu would need to be completely different. Please call the school to discuss any relevant allergies with a member of staff. We must speak to you before your visit if you have a severe allergy, mild allergy, severe dietary intolerance, or are unable to eat any meat or animal products. You can find out more information about our allergy and dietary restrictions here.

Book this course

£65 per
person

““We enjoyed a wonderful evening with you in July at your Chef's Table. Our friends booked and it was a surprise and great fun for which we thank you - what an experience - we will be coming back.””

Rhona Verrell
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