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June 2021

Keralan Kitchen Vegetarian Sunday 6th June 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 6 June, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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The southern state of Kerala marks the landing place of Vasco da Gama in India on his quest for black pepper and other spices. While the region is famous for its seafood the cuisine is rich with great tasting vegetarian dishes. We’ll make classics such as sambar and lentil pancakes as well as using tamarind and coconut as the base for vegetable dishes and chutneys. As delicious as it is distinctive, the Keralan Kitchen has been delighting visitors since Vasco’s…

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July 2021

Keralan Kitchen Vegetarian Saturday 31st July 11am – 3.30pm

Sat 31 July, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
kerelan-kitchen-indian-cookery-couse-school-of-indian-cooking-29_0

The southern state of Kerala marks the landing place of Vasco da Gama in India on his quest for black pepper and other spices. While the region is famous for its seafood the cuisine is rich with great tasting vegetarian dishes. We’ll make classics such as sambar and lentil pancakes as well as using tamarind and coconut as the base for vegetable dishes and chutneys. As delicious as it is distinctive, the Keralan Kitchen has been delighting visitors since Vasco’s…

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September 2021

Keralan Kitchen Vegetarian Sunday 5th September 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 5 September, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
kerelan-kitchen-indian-cookery-couse-school-of-indian-cooking-29_0

The southern state of Kerala marks the landing place of Vasco da Gama in India on his quest for black pepper and other spices. While the region is famous for its seafood the cuisine is rich with great tasting vegetarian dishes. We’ll make classics such as sambar and lentil pancakes as well as using tamarind and coconut as the base for vegetable dishes and chutneys. As delicious as it is distinctive, the Keralan Kitchen has been delighting visitors since Vasco’s…

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November 2021

Keralan Kitchen Vegetarian Sunday 14th November 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 14 November, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
kerelan-kitchen-indian-cookery-couse-school-of-indian-cooking-29_0

The southern state of Kerala marks the landing place of Vasco da Gama in India on his quest for black pepper and other spices. While the region is famous for its seafood the cuisine is rich with great tasting vegetarian dishes. We’ll make classics such as sambar and lentil pancakes as well as using tamarind and coconut as the base for vegetable dishes and chutneys. As delicious as it is distinctive, the Keralan Kitchen has been delighting visitors since Vasco’s…

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January 2022

Keralan Kitchen Vegetarian Sunday 16th January 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 16 January @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
kerelan-kitchen-indian-cookery-couse-school-of-indian-cooking-29_0

The southern state of Kerala marks the landing place of Vasco da Gama in India on his quest for black pepper and other spices. While the region is famous for its seafood the cuisine is rich with great tasting vegetarian dishes. We’ll make classics such as sambar and lentil pancakes as well as using tamarind and coconut as the base for vegetable dishes and chutneys. As delicious as it is distinctive, the Keralan Kitchen has been delighting visitors since Vasco’s…

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March 2022

Keralan Kitchen Vegetarian Sunday 20th March 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 20 March @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
kerelan-kitchen-indian-cookery-couse-school-of-indian-cooking-29_0

The southern state of Kerala marks the landing place of Vasco da Gama in India on his quest for black pepper and other spices. While the region is famous for its seafood the cuisine is rich with great tasting vegetarian dishes. We’ll make classics such as sambar and lentil pancakes as well as using tamarind and coconut as the base for vegetable dishes and chutneys. As delicious as it is distinctive, the Keralan Kitchen has been delighting visitors since Vasco’s…

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