Saturday, May 29, 2010

Learn to cook Indian food in Stockholm this summer!

fruit chaat duck

You walk into an Indian restaurant and immediately the wafting smells of chai, garam masala, and fried pakodas remind you of comfort food. And then you dip a warm, gooey fresh piece of naan into a creamy chicken tikka masala. Ohhh, the spices! A mango lassi quenches the spices and your thirst.

Before you know it, the plate is cleaned of any food once existing. But if only you could make this food at home! Of course you can. Indian food is not hard to make, but there are the basics to learn. Come learn basic Indian cooking with us in June and July in Stockholm, Sweden.

In the three evening course, you will learn to make lassi (yogurt drink), real Indian chai, fresh paneer (cheese), chick pea curry, veg curries, chicken tikka masala, grilled tandoori chicken, and more. My mom, a fantastic cook, will be leading the classes and sharing her culinary knowledge.

The cost is 500SEK and includes eating all the delicious food, a spice basket, and a recipe book. Why wait?! Classes are limited to 5 students to ensure a happy learning environment. In Stockholm, good Indian food is hard to come by; delicious Indian food is rarer.

Class dates:
June 22nd, 23rd, 24th: 18.30- 21.30
July 5th, 6th, 7th: 18.30- 21.30
July 12th, 13th, 14th: 18.30-21.30

Interested? Email me directly at or visit Lost in Stockholm for more info. Half the payment must be received before the class starts. Please also let us know if you have any allergies.

This post was written by Preeti, who'll be hosting the class. I think it's a wonderful opportunity and am planning to attend the June classes - I'm really looking forward to it and hope you can join me!


Prem said...

Learn to cook food is one of my dreams but what to say i never got time to do that. But i will make other know about this offer and hope they enjoy this.

kiran said...

Nice tips here. Indian food is nice spicy food in the world.

David T. Macknet said...

Sounds like fun! A bit of a long commute for us, but hope you enjoy!

chris said...

Wish I was near! Sounds wonderful!

sapphire said...

The June classes and the July 12-14 class is now full.

But there are still spots for the July 5-7th class!

Jessica said...

Ever try a liqueur with your deserts ladies, Amarula cream provides a unique taste
from Africa with which to finish your meal.

Līga Krista said...

Please let me know in case this summer is taking place anything like this! Thank you!