Sunday, 15 March 2009

Cooking in Udaipur

I love the food in India so the prospect of learning to cook in the Indian way was very exciting.

It cost about 8 pounds for the two hour class and we would learn 9 recipes.

It was good, but not that good.

I expected it would be a hands on experience for the full two hours. Instead, we took in turns to cook different things (there were four of us in the class) so we got to make like two things each. I made Korma sauce and a chappati.

It was a bit of a disappointing experience, fun, but we definitely expected more. I can't wait to get to a kitchen and cook some of the recipes though - Gwil get your kitchen stocked up with spices!

The best bit of it htough was getting to eat everything afterwards. We had a feast! And I kept on eating till I nearly burst with chappattis. The food was beautiful. Figners crossed I will be able to recreate teh same back home in the UK.

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