Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Indian Cooking Class: Part Two

After having an awesome time at our first Whole Foods-sponsored Indian cooking class, Stephen and I couldn’t wait to head back for the second session last week, where we learned how to whip up yet another batch of tasty eats!

Just like last time, I’ve listed the names of the dishes below, along with photos and links to online recipes that are similar to those we were given as part of a written packet during the class. Check them out, and if you missed last week’s post, featuring such delicious dishes as sambar, masala dosa and gulab jamum, feel free to give it a read.

Chicken Masala with Vegetable Pulao & Onion Cucumber Raita  


Back before I became a pescetarian, chicken masala was one of my favorite Indian dishes. I’d love to try this recipe at home using shrimp. I'm also excited to try making vegetable pulao rice and yogurt-based onion cucumber raita, which were both good. 

Mango Lassi


If you’ve never tried a mango lassi before, you’ve definitely been missing out. This yogurt and mango smoothie is so flavorful and refreshing, I could drink one every day! 

What’s your favorite Indian dish?  

16 comments:

  1. Believe it or not, i've only been to an indian restaurant once so i'm really not familiar with Indian food! It looks really good thoigh, esp the mango lassi!!

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    1. You should definitely try it out again sometime, Laura! And yeah, mango lassis are so tasty and really easy to make!

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  2. oh yum! I so need to do a cooking class ... I would love it! I want to jump into this post and help myself!

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    1. You totally should, Faith! I'm really glad I did!

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  3. an Indian cooking class ... not just any class ... needed to clarify :)

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  4. The girls love making smoothies, we usually use frozen strawberries, yogurt and bananas, we'll have to give mangoes a try. The meal looks really good too. Would love to give a cooking or baking class a try. Maybe once all of these activities with the women's group settle down!

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    1. You should definitely try making mango lassis sometime and also take a class! A baking class would be super fun!

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  5. That mango lassi looks delicious. I have never tried Indian food before.

    Tracy @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights

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    1. You should definitely give it a try sometime! There are so many delicious dishes!

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  6. both of those look so tasty!! adding that lassi to my list to try.

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    1. Everything was so delicious, Elle! I'm sure you'll be very happy when you give the lassi a try!

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