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The Royal Indian Kitchen

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About the event

The Mughals arrived in India in 1526 and changed the tapestry of Indian cuisine. Mughal cuisine is renowned for its richness and aroma with extensive use of whole spices, saffron, nuts, rich cream, milk and butter.

Over time, regional cuisines blended with this style of cooking to create new flavors that have stayed on as part of the Royal Indian heritage.

Come join this in-person experience and learn how to cook these delicious dishes from scratch. I promise to share tips and tricks to make these complex dishes quick and easy!

As you enjoy your meal, you will also get to hear me play and sing a few popular Indian songs.

I promise you, at the end of your meal, you will say "Wah, mazza aa gaya" (Wow! that was amazing!)

You will also get to enjoy a complimentary Paan Bite at the end of your meal. A paan bite is a twist on a classic Indian mouth freshener - a bite-sized truffle, made of nuts and seeds blended with rose petal jam and dried betel leaf.



Appetizer:
Hara Bhara Kebab with Mint Chutney
Kebabs have their origins in Middle Eastern cuisine are typically associated with meat. The prevalence of vegetarianism in India has given life to many vegetarian varieties.
In Hindi, Hara means “green” and bhara means “stuffing”. These deliciously soft kebabs are full of greens and flavorful spices, combined with potatoes. Served with mint or cilantro chutney

Shahi Paneer Makhani (Royal Butter Paneer)
Originating from the creamy delicacies of Mughlai cuisine (hence the term "shahi", a play on the word Shahenshah, the title of the Mughal Emperor), this dish is prepared by emulsifying tomatoes, onions, ground cashews, ghee and cream into a curry, with the addition of a variety of spices and cubed paneer. (I will share tips on how to make Butter Chicken using the same gravy)

Jeera Rice: Long-grain Basmati Rice, seasoned with ghee and aromatic cumin seeds.
This recipe can be found in books and travelogues of the Mughal Empire. Mughals were fond of rice recipes; their cooks worked to invent new rice recipes as well as did experiments with traditional Indian recipes. Jeera rice is one of those rice recipes. Over time, it was adopted in Indian cuisine and became so popular that it is now cooked daily in nearly every household.

Badaam Sheera (Rich Almond Dessert)
The Mughals were known for their indulgent desserts, made with nuts, vegetables and flour, flavored with cardamom, nutmeg, mace and saffron. Badam Sheera or Halwa is a rich dessert prepared with almonds, ghee, milk, cardamom and saffron. Melts in your mouth, will leave you craving for more :)

Total time of 2-2.5 hours. Depending on the no. of people
100% Vegetarian

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