This year we are delighted to be featuring wonderful chefs from around the world teaching you the secrets of cooking authentically from Vietnam, Mauritius, Kenya, and classic Indian food representing many regions and cultures.
All classes will include expert introductions to the flavours and spices being used and how to recreate their delicious dishes at home for your friends and family.
Once the class is over, put your new culinary expertise into practise at your very own Curry for Change night. Host a dinner with a difference and help to change the lives of families who suffer from hunger.
Any enquiries please contact [email protected] or call 020 7840 3780.
7TH OCTOBER – MASTERCLASS WITH AWARD-WINNING COOKBOOK AUTHOR MRIDULA BALJEKAR
Mridula’s food is described in the media as ‘Heaven on Earth for the senses’, ‘Route to spice heaven’, and ‘traditional Indian cuisine with a brilliant modern twist’. Mridula’s food has attracted the attention of politicians and celebrities alike.
Mridula is recognised as the best cook and writer in her field, we are absolutely delighted that she has offered to host this Masterclass for Curry for Change and hope you can join us for this special opportunity.
14TH OCTOBER – NOSTALGIC FOOD FROM NORTH INDIA WITH PRIYA DESHINGKAR
Priya’s cooking is rooted in authentic flavours from across the many regional dishes of India, recreating classic dishes from her childhood and bringing a taste of nostalgia to the modern cooking environment with traditional methods and ingredients. This class will be a wonderful exploration of North Indian cuisine.
28TH OCTOBER – MAURITIAN DELIGHTS WITH BRINDA BUNGAROO
Brinda has a true love for cooking, starting at a young age helping her parents at their family business in Mauritius. These memories influence Brinda to create her own recipes and teach classic Mauritian food, a light but warming style of North African cuisine you will love to learn and recreate for your friends and family.
4TH NOVEMBER – DIWALI FESTIVAL FEAST WITH MAUNIKA GOWARDHAN
Maunika is a wonderful Indian chef and food writer raised in Mumbai and now based in the UK. Maunika’s food influences stem from traditional home cooking, creating authentic and delicious Indian dishes full of flavour and spice. This Diwali you will treated to a true feast of authentic flavours including chaats, mains, and of course Kingfisher beer and wine to share whilst celebrating!