Many of the dishes served in Indian restaurants are overly heavy and greasy from too much butter and cream. In this class, you learn how to make an authentic North Indian homecooked meal, which is actually just as flavorful but much healthier for you. Plus, the menu is super simple to prepare!
We'll be cooking a delicious and healthy North Indian curry rice bowl with a shahi paneer curry, Indian cheese in a spiced, tomato cashew sauce. The sauce is rich and flavorful from the cashews, not cream! We'll top the curry over some yellow turmeric rice and serve with a refreshing seasonal yogurt raita dish.
Shahi Paneer - Indian cheese cubes in spiced cashew sauce
Yellow Turmeric Rice
Seasonal Yogurt Raita
138 Willoughby Street
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Chitra writes the food blog, The ABCD’s of Cooking, which chronicles her adventures cooking American Born Confused Desi recipes. She was taught most everything she knows in the kitchen from her South Indian mother and North Indian father who both love to cook. When she is not recipe blogging, Chitra can be found hosting her online cooking show and a supper club featuring Indian-inspired cuisine. She also teaches cooking classes from her tiny kitchen and sells Indian street foods (sometimes yummy Indian tacos!) at events and artisanal markets in Brooklyn. Her cooking has appeared in the New York Times Dining Journal and she is a contributor to Gojee, Honest Cooking, The Daily Meal and Brooklyn Based. Chitra has studied nutrition and cooking techniques at the Natural Gourmet Institute.