The course aims to teach all levels of students except complete cookery virgins .
A range of familiar and unfamiliar genuine Indian dishes will be taught, with the emphasis on main courses. Subject to demand the course will run for 3 terms with people returning for their second or third terms should they like to do so.
A range of familiar and unfamiliar genuine Indian dishes will be taught, with the emphasis on main courses. There will be a mix of chicken, meat and veggie dishes.
The emphasis is on healthier food than is widely available and the development of an awareness of the ingredients used; most students find they stop using takeaways completely.
Are there any additional costs?
Yes; £2 at the start of the course in Week 1, for handouts and supper. There
is no need to bring anything else to the first week.
Learners are expected to bring all their own equipment from week 2 —
details of which will be given in Week 1, such as a new non stick wok, mini
chopper type gadget, ingredients a plastic folder for recipes, an apron,
knives, tupperware etc.