Kalpna Woolf will be sharing her knowledge on spices, their health properties and how to use them. She will show you a simple and healthy way of eating by using the power of spices to enjoy tasty food and to maintain good health.
In this class we will learn to cook delicious and healthy dishes using the health and flavourful power of spices.
Dishes on the night will include:
- Spicy Veggie Kedgeree
- Sweet Potato and Spinach Cakes (Hara Bhara Kebabs) with Fresh Coriander, Mint and Pomegranate Raita
- Stir-fried Cumin and Carom Seed Kale
- Saffron Mango and Passion fruit Shrikhand
The evening will be a mixture of demonstration and some hands on cooking with lots of tips, questions, answers and tasting.
We will finish with a supper of all the food we have made. You will leave with a comprehensive pack of recipes so that you can recreate the recipes at home.
About the tutor
Kalpna Woolf is a seasoned foodie and experienced family cook. In a 20-year BBC career as an award-winning Head of Production, Kalpna has worked on numerous successful cookery series with Nigella, Rick Stein, Nigel Slater and Lorraine Pascale. She has launched food festivals, judged food awards, written blogs and food articles. Kalpna’s food know-how draws on the traditions of her Hindu family upbringing and from travelling the world absorbing food cultures. Kalpna is currently working on 91 Ways a project bringing together the 91 language communities of Bristol showcasing their food, their food memories, food journeys and their heritage and culture. (91ways.org). She recently won the ‘Food Hero’ title at the 2017 Crumbs Awards.