Enjoy an Indian cooking day with Hari Ghotra at Abinger Cookery School
PUBLISHED: 14:38 08 February 2016 | UPDATED: 14:51 08 February 2016
Things are heating up in Abinger Hammer this March, as chef Hari Ghotra takes over the kitchens at Abinger Cookery School for an Indian cooking masterclass.
As a chef from the Tamarind chain of restaurants, which includes the Michelin starred Tamarind of Mayfair, Hari will teach aspiring home chefs how to use spices to create heady Indian flavours.
“I want to show you how to create amazingly aromatic, healthy Indian dishes really simply,” says Hari, who lives in Redhill. “The idea is that you’ll be able to create everything we do in your own home.
“In my spice masterclass, I’ll work with you to taste and understand spices like you have never done before and I’ll be on hand to give you a few restaurant tips too.”
At the event on Monday March 7, you will get to taste and enjoy the food you cook during the break and over lunch, but there will be enough food to take home for your evening meal too.
The day’s menu:
• 10am to 11am: Vegetable samosa with imlee chutney
• 11am to 11.30am: Tandoori chicken with avocado yoghurt
• 11.30am to 12noon: Break
• 12noon to 12.30pm: Lamb kebabs with mint chutney
• 12.30pm to 1pm: Lunch
• 1pm to 1.30pm: Spice talk
• 1.30pm to 2pm: Nariyal chicken - hot and spicy coconut chicken
• 2pm to 3pm: Aloo gobi - potato and cauliflower
• 3pm to 3.30pm: Break
• 3.30pm to 3.45pm: Steamed milk pudding – demo
• 3.45pm to 4.15pm: Zaffrani chaul - saffron pilau
• 4.30pm: End
TICKETS for the full-day Authentic Indian Cooking with Hari Ghotra class at Abinger Cookery School are £135 and can be ordered via Eventbrite at http://hari.is/1ntvu1G