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Indian Curry Opulence Cooking Class

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Event:
Learn to Cook Genuine Indian Food - Book NOW
Indian food has become very popular in the last ten years or so.
Have you ever eaten at an Indian restaurant and thought of making your own spicy meals at home?



Now you have the opportunity to learn how to cook delicious Indian curries at anIndian Curry Opulence class to be held in August, 2017.

Taste the real flavour of curries made from scratch and without the harmful preservatives and at the same time, you can make them as spicy/hot as suits yours and your family's taste buds.

They are worlds apart from commercial pre-mixed jars and packets, and they are not hard to make either.

You just need to know how to mix and match spices to produce stunning results. Then you add condiments and accompaniments to end up with "the real deal" or authentic home cooked Indian meals!

Make,these,delicious,meals,at,home
Learn how to make these plus more!


You'll learn how to use spice in your kitchen for maximum effect, and this promises to be a true opulent feast for eyes as well as appetites/stomachs.

Genuine,Indian,Food,taught,here
A previous class


A good curry is "food for the soul" on a chilly winter evening, like those we are currently experiencing.

Indian Curry Opulence reveals how to use spices for maximum flavour in some of the following dishes:
Lamb
Tomato and Spinach Curry
Black Lentil Dal
Accompaniments such as Garlic Naan
Indian Spiced Yellow Pilaf Rice
Pumpkin and Tamarind Black Dhal
Cucumber Mint Raita
Crisp Poppadums

Indian,naan
Learn to cook delicious Indian naan


Classes are also fun, and you get to taste your creations!

Previous,Indian,cooking,class
Previous group learning to cook Indian


Places are limited, so you will need to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment, and all food is crustacean and nut free.

DATE
2nd August, 2017

TIME
Starting at 6:15 pm to 9.15 pm

PLACE
Matters of Taste Cooking School,
103 Harris Street
Bicton

COST
Cost is just $130

WHO CAN ATTEND
This event is suited for adults

BOOKINGS
Booking can be made here

MORE INFORMATION
For more information go to their website
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Why? To learn how to cook Indian food and accompaniments
When: Wednesday, 2nd August, 2017 from 6.30 pm to 9.30 pm
Where: Matters of Taste Cooking School, 103 Harris Street, Bicton
Cost: $130
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