They say the quickest way to one’s heart is through one’s stomach. Since it’s the month of love, why not go old school and surprise your special someone with a spectacular feast cooked by you!
Sign up for a virtual cook along class where I will share my secret recipes and tips and guide you in creating the most lip-smacking food ever!
To make your Valentine’s Day even better, we are offering a one time offer for our lovely York folks!
Buy a voucher for a cook-along class and get another free for the same class for your partners/friends/family!
On booking the course of your choice you will be given the recipe and the list of ingredients that you will need to purchase for the class. Sign up now! Happy Valentine’s Day!
12th Feb 6 PM- Sign up for our Pre Valentine’s Day special cook along class where you will learn to make a delicious stew called Fish Molee and Paal Payasam (a rich elevated version of a rice pudding).
Fish Molee is a simple dish that requires few ingredients but is packed with flavour. The fish is gently poached in a coconutty stew that is spiced with black pepper and fresh chillies. This dish dates back to the 17th century when the Portuguese colonised Kerala which explains the distinct flavours of the Molee.
Paal Payasam also known as Kheer in North India or Rice Pudding, is a traditional Indian dessert that is celebrated across the country.A warm bowl of this velvety pudding topped with toasted nuts and raisins is sure to spice up your Valentine’s day!
Lamb Rogan Josh has been one of the most commonly requested dishes by my class attendees and for good reason! The lamb is seared and cooked in a delicious curry infused with spices and ghee. Legend has it that this Kashmiri dish was originally brought to India from Uzbekistan in the 15th century and now I (among many others I’m sure) am happy to be bringing it to the UK.
Vegetable Pulao is another wholesome rice meal that is really simple to make and requires less time and few ingredients. Utterly delicious, packed with vegetables and the perfect complement to a spicy curry!
This One-Pot dish is a famous British Indian curry with simple yet well-balanced flavours. This recipe being a prawn based dish is my go-to meal when I’m running short on time. Serve it with Naan or Rice along with some Raita for a wholesome Indian dining experience.