Sunday Vegetarian Indian Breakfast/ Brunch
In India, breakfast varies from region to region. Many of my students asked me to do a class where I will teach them some yummy breakfast dishes. So here is the opportunity, I will show you, few which are very popular all over India. Come and learn these dishes and delight your friends and family: Mukti Banerjee will teach you the diverse types of Indian dishes and spices. Mukti will also explain the nuances and secrets, where to get the masalas and how to keep the aroma intact. What you will learn: Aloo poha (beaten rice)— flat rice with cauliflower and onions and potatoes. This is completely Gluten free Upma Semolina with onion, cashews and raisins This is completely Gluten free Kochouri (Stuffed Puri) with Potato Curry Chutney
I grew up in Calcutta, India and learned to cook from my mother and aunt. In 1986, I moved to the U.S. with my husband Partha to work as a biologist. In 2006, I retired from the nine-to-five routine so that I could work full-time on my dream – bringing the flavors and the benefits of Indian cooking to all New Yorkers. My family and friends have been telling me for years that my cooking is so good that I should let others try it too. Two years ago I decided they were right, and Mukti’s Kitchen was born. Mukti’s Kitchen offers cooking classes, lecture-demonstrations and catering services. I focus on Indian food, Indian cooking and healthy eating. I use authentic, modern Indian techniques, with adjustments for American kitchens and any dietary restrictions. Come to Mukti’s Kitchen to learn how to cook an entire meal or just one special dish. Let me teach you the basics of healthy Indian-style cooking, from the names and special characteristics of Indian spices, to the secrets that will give you the best flavor. And, if you’d love to serve a special Indian meal to your family or friends but don’t feel ready to cook it yourself, I’ll cater it for you!
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