Spices are at the heart of Indian Cookery. They can be earthy, spicy, warming, sweet or floral. They can add colour and flavour on their own, and be combined to
Spices are at the heart of Indian Cookery. They can be earthy, spicy, warming, sweet or floral. They can add colour and flavour on their own, and be combined to create delicious flavours. Some people know exactly how to do this, but if you need a little extra confidence, then this is the class for you.
We are really pleased to be re opening the cookery school, classes will have reduced numbers and you’ll eat as you cook and take away the food you make to enjoy at home – just remember to bring tupperware!
At Food Sorcery we are lucky to work with Jason Palin who has cooked in more that 40 countries around the world, his tales of cooking & selling chapati on the beach in Southern Indian are priceless.
Most allergies and dietary requirements available, just let us know when you book or get in touch with any questions
Skills you will Learn:
How to use spices and spice mixes in Indian cookery
Examples of what you might cook:
Dosa – a thin, large pancake
Thali – little meals in one. The idea: salty, sweet, sour and bitter merge in the mouth in one sitting.
Tindori thoran with cashew nuts
Glass of prosecco, beer or soft drink on arrival. Enjoy the food you create throughout the class and any leftovers can be taken home if you bring suitable containers. Food Sorcery can’t take responsibility for any food taken away from the cookery school.
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 be emailed to you after the class.
The added bonus is the washing up is all done for you!