Excite your taste buds with a new flavour sensation: Indo Chinese Cooking, a fusion of Chinese and Indian cooking, is an amazing ethnic cuisine winning hearts world-wide. Learn to reproduce these savoury flavours at home. All ingredients are included in the course fee and at the end of the class, you'll get to enjoy the tasty dishes you've prepared. Online registration for this course closes at 11am on Monday 6 May. If you wish to join after this time, please contact the office directly.
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Excite your tastebuds with the amazing ethnic cuisine rapidly gaining popularity in New Zealand.
Learn to cook with the ethnic flavours of Manchurian sauce, fresh garlic schezwan relish, chilli palm sugar ginger infusions and others. Each evening you'll assist chef Prateek in preparing dishes which you'll enjoy at the end of the class.
This Indian-style Chinese cuisine is said to have been developed by the small Chinese community who have lived in Kolcata (previously Calcutta) for more than a hundred years. Nowadays, Chinese food is a an integral part of the Indian food scene. Indo Chinese cookery is also popular amongst the Indian and Chinese communities in the USA. It is growing in popularity in New Zealand.
Foods tend to be flavoured with spices such as cumin, coriander seeds, and turmeric, spices not generally associated with Chinese food. Typical Indian ingredients such as ginger, garlic, sesame, chilli, pepper corns, yogurt are also incorporated into Chinese style dishes, creating a mouth-watering fusion of Indian and Chinese cuisine.
An apron and a tea towel each evening. All ingredients ($57 for the entire course) are included within the course fee and you'll be eating the dishes you've cooked at the end of the class. Or bring a plastic container if you'd prefer to take yours home.
Those looking to expand their repertoire of flavours and dishes at home. Those interested in ethnic cuisine.