£30 – £45

Indian Street Food with Minesh of TheKariClub.com (founder of Indian Summer...

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The Community Kitchen

113 Queens Road

Brighton

BN1 3XG

United Kingdom

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Another fabulous fundraiser from the wonderful Minesh Agnihotri, this time offering the secrets behind the simply sensational street food for which India is famous.

In this workshop you will make three tongue-teasing, fresh chutneys: tamarind and date, coconut, and coriander, before learning how to create the perfect bhel puri and pakoras.

And as some things just can’t be hurried, Minesh will demonstrate the slow-ferment techniques behind the traditional South Indian thick pancake uttapam so you can repeat at home – while you test out the ‘instant’ variety for the evening.

This is a nibble-as-you-go night and you’ll be able to taste all the dishes as you prepare them. You won’t be going home hungry! All recipes are vegetarian, and can be made vegan-friendly.

Tickets for this event include:

  • professional cookery tuition

  • all ingredients and equipment

  • hot drinks throughout the session

  • street food dishes prepared and eaten during the session (you are welcome to bring your own drinks to enjoy during the class)

  • all recipes from the class.

Thanks to Minesh for generously donating his time for this event. All profits raised from this class support our community cookery activities - where everyone can experience the benefits of cooking and eating together, regardless of finance, confidence or ability.

About Minesh

Minesh Agnihotri’s passion for food was sparked during his frequent childhood trips to Gujarat in India. Later, dismayed by the offering of many traditional curry houses in the UK, in 2001 he founded Indian Summer, the award-winning Indian restaurant. His latest venture is The Kari Club, the UK’s first Indian recipe box giving everybody the chance to recreate authentic Indian food in their own homes.

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Tickets for this event are £45 per person, or £40 (per person) when booking two or more tickets at once. We have a limited number of tickets available at a concession rate of £30 for those who are in receipt of a means-tested benefit, under-18s (must be accompanied by an adult), as well as full-time students. Use the drop-down to choose these options when purchasing your ticket.

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The Community Kitchen

113 Queens Road

Brighton

BN1 3XG

United Kingdom

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