Vegetarian Indian Cuisine, Singapore Style!

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Event Category

Food & Drink

Event Overview

Indian Cuisine is heavily influenced by religious and cultural choices and traditions. The cuisine varies significantly within the various states in India, and is still evolving as a result of the nation’s cultural interactions with other societies. As an example, there is Central Asian influence on North Indian cuisine from the years of Mughal rule.

In this hands-on class, instructor Monisha, a native of Singapore, will teach a Singapore style twist on a popular Indian Vegetarian Dish- Cashew Paneer Curry! You will learn about the unique blend of spices that are a characteristic of Singaporean cooking, as well as cooking techniques and tips on where to shop for Indian ingredients. Come hungry, we’ll end the class sitting down at our community table to enjoy the delicious meal we prepared together!

This class is vegetarian, and BYOB.

The” Taste Test” series is designed for anyone who has a special skill they’d like to share and wants to teach a class at the kitchen. These classes will offer a low-pressure environment for first time teachers, or experienced chefs, to try out new class ideas on the public. These weeknight classes are BYOB, and will always be $25 or under.

Based on feedback from the students, popular classes may be added into our regular general programming.

Minimum age

All ages welcome

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Monisha is from Singapore – where it’s always summer. Her interest in cooking got piqued as she learned how to mix spices from her mom and grandmother. She usually mixes her own blend of spices to add to her dishes. Monisha’s favorite cooking style is classic Indian with a hint of Singapore flavor. She is conscious to texture, visual appeal, healthy eating and cooking technique. Her ethos is fresh, indulgent and innovative cuisine, and Monisha says: “I find cooking a great way to relax – especial


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    Erin S.
    Reviewed on 03/24/16

    This class was excellent. All the volunteers with PGP are so nice and everything runs smoothly. The teacher was excellent.

    This class was excellent. All the volunteers with PGP are so nice and everything runs smoothly. The teacher was excellent.

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    Anna P.
    Reviewed on 02/25/16

    Great space, friendly people, fun class.

    Great space, friendly people, fun class.

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