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December 2021

Beginners Saturday 4th December 11am – 3.30pm

Sat 4 December, 2021 @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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This is a step-by-step guide to understanding the key techniques that underpin Indian cooking. Spicing is at the heart of any meal. You'll explore the range of spices used, their texture and taste, and the techniques used to make fragrant masalas. We'll introduce store cupboard ingredients useful to adding interest and flavour to your cooking before working together to create a meal based around a rich chicken curry, 3 vegetables sides and an aromatic rice dish. The skills learned here…

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Keralan Kitchen – Sunday 5th December 11am – 4pm

Sun 5 December, 2021
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£140
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The southern state of Kerala marks the landing place of Vasco da Gama and his quest for black pepper and other spices. Famous for its seafood and rice dishes, the Keralan kitchen has been delighting the palates of visitors ever since Vasco's day. We'll use seasonal British fish and serve it with classic accompaniments such as thoran, avial and fresh chutney that embody the coconut rich flavours of India's south west coast. As delicious as it is distinctive, the Keralan…

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January 2022

Taste of the Punjab Saturday 15th January 11am – 4pm

Sat 15 January @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£140
Taste of the Punjab Cookery Course

Butter chicken, aloo gobi, saag, paratha ... the Punjab region of Northern India has left a legacy on Indian cuisine in Britain that is as robust as its flavours. In this course we'll cook 5 such classic dishes along with fresh naan. We'll draw on unique ingredients used to enhance savouriness and demonstrate simple cooking techniques to enhance flavour and texture. It'll remind you a bit of your local Indian take-away ....only much better!

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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
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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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Beginners Saturday 22nd January 11am – 3.30pm

Sat 22 January @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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This is a step-by-step guide to understanding the key techniques that underpin Indian cooking. Spicing is at the heart of any meal. You'll explore the range of spices used, their texture and taste, and the techniques used to make fragrant masalas. We'll introduce store cupboard ingredients useful to adding interest and flavour to your cooking before working together to create a meal based around a rich chicken curry, 3 vegetables sides and an aromatic rice dish. The skills learned here…

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Simply Vegan Sunday 23rd January 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 23 January @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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Indian cuisine has always provided a nutritious and satisfying home for vegetarians so it's no surprise that it caters brilliantly for vegans too. On this course we'll show how Indian store cupboard staples can yield protein rich meals, cook with typical Indian vegetables, make a chunky meat free biriyani and take home a fresh lemon pickle. Along with tangy, aromatic daal you'll learn at least 5 items and of course you don't have to be a vegan to join in!

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Taste of the Punjab – Vegetarian Sunday 30th January 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 30 January @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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Enjoyed throughout India, Punjabi vegetarian dishes are just as popular as their meat counterparts. On this course you'll turn milk into cheese into one of the paneer classics - muttar, palak or sizzling paneer tikka.  Alongside this will be 3 other dishes from smoky roasted aubergine to creamy dal plus a real family favourite  - stuffed breads.

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February 2022

Beginners Saturday 5th February 11am – 3.30pm

Sat 5 February @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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This is a step-by-step guide to understanding the key techniques that underpin Indian cooking. Spicing is at the heart of any meal. You'll explore the range of spices used, their texture and taste, and the techniques used to make fragrant masalas. We'll introduce store cupboard ingredients useful to adding interest and flavour to your cooking before working together to create a meal based around a rich chicken curry, 3 vegetables sides and an aromatic rice dish. The skills learned here…

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Flavours of Central India Sunday 6th February 11am – 4pm

Sun 6 February @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£140
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Keralan Kitchen – Saturday 26th February 11am – 4pm

Sat 26 February
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£140
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The southern state of Kerala marks the landing place of Vasco da Gama and his quest for black pepper and other spices. Famous for its seafood and rice dishes, the Keralan kitchen has been delighting the palates of visitors ever since Vasco's day. We'll use seasonal British fish and serve it with classic accompaniments such as thoran, avial and fresh chutney that embody the coconut rich flavours of India's south west coast. As delicious as it is distinctive, the Keralan…

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March 2022

Beginners Saturday 5th March 11am – 3.30pm

Sat 5 March @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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This is a step-by-step guide to understanding the key techniques that underpin Indian cooking. Spicing is at the heart of any meal. You'll explore the range of spices used, their texture and taste, and the techniques used to make fragrant masalas. We'll introduce store cupboard ingredients useful to adding interest and flavour to your cooking before working together to create a meal based around a rich chicken curry, 3 vegetables sides and an aromatic rice dish. The skills learned here…

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Taste of the Punjab – Vegetarian Sunday 6th March 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 6 March @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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Enjoyed throughout India, Punjabi vegetarian dishes are just as popular as their meat counterparts. On this course you'll turn milk into cheese into one of the paneer classics - muttar, palak or sizzling paneer tikka.  Alongside this will be 3 other dishes from smoky roasted aubergine to creamy dal plus a real family favourite  - stuffed breads.

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Simply Vegan Saturday 12th March 11am – 3.30pm

Sat 12 March @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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Indian cuisine has always provided a nutritious and satisfying home for vegetarians so it's no surprise that it caters brilliantly for vegans too. On this course we'll show how Indian store cupboard staples can yield protein rich meals, cook with typical Indian vegetables, make a chunky meat free biriyani and take home a fresh lemon pickle. Along with tangy, aromatic daal you'll learn at least 5 items and of course you don't have to be a vegan to join in!

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Beginners Sunday 13th March 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 13 March @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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This is a step-by-step guide to understanding the key techniques that underpin Indian cooking. Spicing is at the heart of any meal. You'll explore the range of spices used, their texture and taste, and the techniques used to make fragrant masalas. We'll introduce store cupboard ingredients useful to adding interest and flavour to your cooking before working together to create a meal based around a rich chicken curry, 3 vegetables sides and an aromatic rice dish. The skills learned here…

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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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Beginners Sunday 27th March 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 27 March @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
beginners-indian-cookery-couse-school-of-indian-cooking-23

This is a step-by-step guide to understanding the key techniques that underpin Indian cooking. Spicing is at the heart of any meal. You'll explore the range of spices used, their texture and taste, and the techniques used to make fragrant masalas. We'll introduce store cupboard ingredients useful to adding interest and flavour to your cooking before working together to create a meal based around a rich chicken curry, 3 vegetables sides and an aromatic rice dish. The skills learned here…

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April 2022

Flavours of Central India Saturday 2nd April 11am – 4pm

Sat 2 April @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£140
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Taste of the Punjab – Vegetarian Sunday 3rd April 11am – 3.30pm

Sun 3 April @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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Enjoyed throughout India, Punjabi vegetarian dishes are just as popular as their meat counterparts. On this course you'll turn milk into cheese into one of the paneer classics - muttar, palak or sizzling paneer tikka.  Alongside this will be 3 other dishes from smoky roasted aubergine to creamy dal plus a real family favourite  - stuffed breads.

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Flavours of Central India – Veg Sunday 24th April. 11am-3.30pm

Sun 24 April @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
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£125
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May 2022

Street Food and Snacks Saturday 14th May 11am – 3.30pm

Sat 14 May @ 11:00 am - 3:30 pm
Spice Monkey, 191 Victoria Road
London, N22 7XH United Kingdom
£140.00
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This is a step-by-step guide to understanding the key techniques that underpin Indian cooking. You'll learn how to blend spices to make fragrant masalas, make key pastes before working together to create a meal based around a rich chicken curry, together with an aromatic rice dish, two vegetable sides and condiments. The skills learned here can be used to make a swift and impressive meal any day of the week.

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