My masterclasses are great if you are looking to expand your Indian cookery skills and dive deeper into specific dishes or types of food. The menus for these masterclasses keep changing and cover a number of elaborate dishes such as Biryani along with Indian breads, snacks and light bites, desserts etc
Biryani is a classic one-pot dish with layers of meat and rice infused with fragrant spices cooked over slow heat in a sealed pot. Biryani is known as the food of the royals and is thought to have been invented to provide balanced nutrition to the soldiers in the old days!
In this masterclass, you will cook a delightful Chicken Biryani learning how to do the perfect marinade and cook light and fluffy rice which are both key to a good Biryani. You will cook this one pot rice dish from scratch along with a number of delicious accompaniments. Check out menu for more details.
My classes are hands-on, fun and sociable. We will start the day with a welcome drink while discussing the origins of Biryani along with the ingredients and preparation method that you will be using. You will then roll up your sleeves and get going to prepare a delectable Chicken Biryani which we will enjoy together after the class.
Chicken Biryani Masterclass Menu:
Chicken Dum Biryani (Flavourful one pot dish of spiced basmati rice layered with tender chicken)
Onion Spinach Bhajia (Spinach and onion fritters made with gram flour & spices)
Coriander Mint Chutney (Zesty and flavourful fresh coriander mint chutney)
Pineapple Mint Raita (Yogurt flavoured with pineapple and mint)
Papad (Crispy snack made from ground lentils and enjoyed as an accompaniment)
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Saturday 30 March at 10:00 to 14:00
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Find your way there
93 Grand Drive, London SW20 9DW, UK
- I am a passionate home cook and mother of two young kids who are also my most honest critics. I created Meri Rasoi (which means My Kitchen) in 2011 to demystify Indian cuisine and share my love for authentic and delicious Indian food by teaching classes from my home kitchen in South West London and sharing my family recipes.