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Childrens Easter Holiday Workshop

Each day will bring to the table a different set of dishes to learn, new techniques to master and a whole array of fresh spices to become familiar with! Children will have a lunch break and will be served refreshments. The detailed recipes will be provided at the end of each day.

You can book a single day below or call us to arrange a special discounted deal for a 2 day experience.

AGE RANGE: 10 years to 16 years (younger children 8 to 9 years old can be accompanied by one adult at no extra charge)

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DAY 1:

Starters: Samosa & Chutney Making – children will prepare the samosa pastry and potato filling from scratch using a medley of spices and dry fruit; they will roll their own pastry, shape it and fill it with the potato filling. The samosas will then be fried for them, ready to eat or pack to take home. There will be a tamarind & jaggery chutney demonstration 

Main course: Dahi Chicken curry – children will marinate the chicken with a gorgeous array of fresh spices before preparing their own onion-tomato gravy from scratch, using freshly grated garlic and home made ginger paste. They will cook their own portions of the curry to enjoy over lunch with left overs to take home!

Accompaniment: Lachcha (flaked) parathas – the children will be introduced to some usual spices and ingredients from ajwain to fennel, kasoori methi to Indian butter (ghee) when they prepare flaky, delicious lachcha parathas (bread) to enjoy with their curries!

DAY 2: INTRODUCTION TO INDIAN STREET FOOD

Children will learn to prepare different spice marinades to prepare a gorgeous selection of lamb kebabs, chicken tikkas, and paneer tikkas in the oven. The oven will be operated by the chef at all times.

Dahi Papdi Chaat –  the children will learn to prepare a famous savoury street food dish that is prepared using crisp fried dough wafers with boiled potatoes, chickpeas, onions and tomatoes in a yogurt, tamarind and coriander sauce with some spices, fresh herbs and sev (small crunchy noodle like dressing). It is sweet, savoury and tangy with layers of flavours. 

They will also prepare a selection of accompaniments – from yogurt based dips to delicious Indian salads to go with the tikkas

Accompaniment: Rice based dish called vegetable pulao using a gorgeous array of whole spices, long grain basmati rice, fresh ginger and garlic to name some ingredients- they will learn to use the right proportions of water to rice, cooking the dish to perfection

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