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Saturday, April 6, 1pm: Indian Home Cooking with Chetna Macwan
Saturday, April 6, 1pm: Indian Home Cooking with Chetna Macwan

Price $90.00

Seats Remaining:SOLD OUT

India: the world’s spice capital. Its cuisine is known for its complex spice and flavor components. To an American home cook, Indian cooking may seem complicated due to recipes that require a  lengthy list of spices and ingredients, making the cooking process more time consuming than one would desire. Chef Chetna Macwan, founder of Spice Culture Cooking, makes her COOK debut in April with a focus on Northwestern Indian cuisine. She will demonstrate how the everyday cook can make a wide variety of dishes with simplified techniques during the cooking process – all without sacrificing flavor! Chef Chetna’s mission is to show her guests that they can put a hot, delicious and authentic Indian meal on their table, within a reasonable timeframe. She is also passionate about the importance of having fun in the kitchen and reducing the intimidation of cooking something new. Chetna’s menu features spinach, potato and onion pakoras with a tomato chutney; butter chicken, basmati rice with aromatics, roti bread; and mango kheer (Indian style rice pudding). In addition to providing recipes, Chetna will send guests home with a sample of her own special Masala Spice Blend.