For your first taste of Indian flavours, or to remind you those flavours, we will share with you some of our recipes.
In these articles, we will focus not only on the recipes learnt during Cooking Classes, but also on Indian street food. Why is that?
When people discover a new country, they are often scared to taste what they find on street stalls, afraid of feeling ill right after (don't worry about those tiny places, most of the ingredients are fresh...most of the time!)
Or people are simply wondering what are those dishes thought it looks so appetizing!
So,to overcome some prejudices and be sure you enjoy at 100% your journey: have a walk in the Indian streets, look at what people are eating, if they love it, you would too! So don't be afraid of having a bite into delicious samossas or trying to differenciate the whole range of Indian breads!
If you attended on Indian Cooking Class and lost your recipes' leaflet, don't worry, you could fin some of Manisha's recipes, like Sambar, in our articles.
At SITA, during the cooking classes we don't propose snacks items (tiffins as we call it here), so main of the recipes you will discover here won't be the same as the ones you will learn to cook with us!
we have added some articles about spices you must know while in India. They give their flavour and so their special touches to all the dishes from India and so Tamil Nadu.
You will be then able to enjoy their taste while eating, often sweet or even refreshing, sometimes pungent.
Finally, these spices could be a nice gift to bring back for a 'crazy about cooking' friend or even for yourself to share a piece of India with your friends around a hot pot of curry
Bon Appétit !
As per state government the reopening of schools are planned in January 2021, and considering that in account SITA will open door to some classes for kids like Ballet, Arts & Kids Cooking with specific timings.
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