ABOUT THIS EVENT
Food & Drink
Surprise your Thanksgiving guests with alternative dishes that are also good for the entire Fall and Winter season!
In this class, you will learn 3 Indian recipes that will nicely complement your traditional Thanksgiving feast while adding new flavors to the mix:
- Undhiyu: A mixed vegetable dish from the Gujarati region of India
- Bhindi Masala: An okra dish rich in fiber and minerals
- Indian pumpkin pie
All the recipes are vegan and gluten-free but are also favorites of non-vegans; they are prepared with the healthiest ingredients available, no GMOs, no MSG and no artificial flavors.
No prior knowledge of Indian cooking is needed. The class includes an instructions handout and tastings of the recipes. Come ready to ask any questions about Indian and healthy cooking. Chef Kirti has been doing it for 40 years and knows it all!
Arya Bhavan is one of Chicago's oldest healthy Indian restaurants, offering a menu of authentic vegetarian, vegan, raw, gluten-free, and organic Indian dishes. Our motto is: Eat Well, Feel Well, Think Well, Heal Well!
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MORE ABOUT YOUR HOST
Kirti is a vegan/gluten-free/raw Indian Chef and the Chef of Arya Bhavan restaurant in Chicago. She enjoys being hospitable, being around people, and nurturing them with products coming fresh from the Home we all share...the Earth.
Kirti has been vegan since she was a child, of her own choosing. It’s something that came natural to her, so she believe it’s been God’s plan all along for her to do what she does.
With a background in agriculture and years of experience growing organic produce on her own land in India and the U.S., she's made it her purpose to promote healthy eating for everyone.
Kirti is constantly at work coming up with new vegan, raw and gluten-free recipes and it’s a great pleasure for her to hear people say they feel better when they eat her food.