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Indian Street Food Evening Workshop
Indian Street Food Evening Workshop
Indian Street Food Evening Workshop

Eating Indian Street food is the best way to eat in India, watching the food cooked in front of you and then eating from a cone of paper as you wander through the street market at dusk. Here in Bath we will recreate our favourites, giving you a whirlwind tour of regional Indian street food.

Course Details

We will introduce you to Indian street food by making a freshly ground spice mix, demonstrate spice tempering in oil and show you how to use authentic flavours such as tamarind and Jaggery. We will make mouth-watering dishes such as:

  • Squash Samosas
  • Tamarind Chutney
  • Carrot and Leek Pakoras
  • Aloo Chaat
  • Khadi

This evening will be a mixture of demonstration and some hands on cooking with lots of tips, talking and tasting.We will share a street food style meal so you can taste all of the dishes we will have made. You will receive a folder of all of the recipes made so you can recreate them at home.

Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm

Delicious food - really varied and surprisingly simple

Delicious! Every dish was really tasty and each dish worked well with the others

Perfect tutors. Good team. Welcoming, calm, helpful.

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Dietary Suitability
  • Wheat Free

We will happily cater for those who are vegan, gluten-free or have other special dietary requirements. Please let us know ahead of time so we can plan accordingly.

Skill Level
  •   Beginner

Helen Lawrence

About the tutor

Helen is Demuths co-owner and Head Chef. She has led the teaching at the school for 8 years having previously been Head Chef at Demuths restaurant, a post she filled for 5 years. She is a trained chef and has trained in classical French cooking and is now an expert in Vegan cookery training, also an expert in knife skills and chefs tips. She enjoys the creativity of plant-based and vegan cooking, lifting vegetables to the central position, they deserve in our diets.