Gujarati cuisine originates from Western India and is typically served as a thali, which literally means ‘full plate of food’, the dishes are mainly vegetarian, distinctively sweet, salty, and spicy
Gujarati cuisine originates from Western India and is typically served as a thali, which literally means ‘full plate of food’, the dishes are mainly vegetarian, distinctively sweet, salty, and spicy simultaneously and usually contain roti, dhal and rice.
Nina, being Gujarati herself, has eaten this food all her life and has learnt to cook it through generations of teachings from aunties, grandmothers and her mother. Although Gujarati food tends to be vegetarian, the unique flavours will not disappoint. Nina will introduce curries that many will not have tried before and variations of the firm favourites, like dhals and chapatis. Be prepared to try something different.
- Chapati’s V/Vg
- Gujarati Dahl (Split Pigeon pea dhal) Vg
- Gujarati Samosa V
- Kachori (Spiced pea & lentils encased in pastry) Vg
- Bhinda nu shaak (Okra curry) Vg
- Matter Bateta (Potato & pea curry) Vg
- Dudhi nu shaak (bitter gourd with split chickpea curry) Vg
- Sombharo (Indian slaw) Vg
Glass of Prosecco, beer or soft drink on arrival. Enjoy the food you create at our sociable table at the end of the class – if there are any leftovers you are welcome to take them home – bring suitable containers!
We have a great bar with some amazing wines, beers, a range spirits and soft drinks to enjoy – additional beverages can be purchased using card or cash.
Copies of the recipes will also be emailed to you after the class.
The added bonus is the washing up is all done for you!
Skill Level: All Abilities
Spice Lovers Class
To book call - 0161 706 0505