Namaste India

Original Indian Cooking with Neetu Suresh

Indian cuisine has an immense variety.

In India, food is linked to one's culture and identity so closely that it varies from region to region.

Indian food is rich in variety, taste and flavour. Each region has its own style of cooking and unique cuisine. Renowned for exotic gravies and spicy kababs, Indian cuisine has something to satisfy every palate.  The strong flavours of Indian cuisine are because of the seasonings, spices, and the basic ingredients which include grains, pulses, leafy vegetables, fruits, and meat. Spices and seasonings were used even thousands of years ago, both for their ability to engage the palate and also for their medicinal qualities; for example turmeric, cloves and cardamoms are antiseptic in nature. Ginger and cloves help digestion. Pepper is great remedy for throat ailments.

According to Indian food theory, there are six different tastes: sweet, sour, salty, spicy, bitter and astringent. An Indian meal is a well-balanced combination of all the six tastes. Often one or two of them will stand out and it is not often that all six are employed in a dish.
Neetu Suresh, born in India, demonstrated cooking in some of the most prestigious Indian Television shows like "Saviruchi" and "Ruchi Abhi ruchi" of Zee TV and ETV for more than 65 episodes and received appreciation from the viewers on these demonstrations.

Note: Course would be taught in basic English and is easy to follow.

Leistungen:

  • Professionelle Anleitung während des Kochkurses
  • Gemeinsames Kochen und Essen
  • Erklärung der verwendeten Zutaten
  • Erklärung der jeweiligen Koch- und Esskultur im Alltag
  • Begrüßungsaperitif und Amuse Gueule
  • Wasser und verschiedene Säfte inklusive
  • Rot-und Weißwein in Bio-Qualität
  • Rezepte zum Mitnehmen
  • Schürzen als Leihgabe

Dauer

ca. 4 Stunden

Teilnehmer

Bis 12 Personen, Mindestteilnehmerzahl: 6 Personen

Kursleitung

Neetu Suresh

Termine

Sonntag, 12. November 2017 von 18:30 bis 22:30 Uhr:
Namaste India
Sonntag, 03. Dezember 2017 von 18:30 bis 22:30 Uhr:
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