Tuesday April 14

Indian Street Food

$95.00
Indian Street Food

Make a Kathi Roll with Lamb Curry

If you love the complex spicing, varied textures, and lively flavors of Indian food and enjoy dining in Indian restaurants, but if you’re too intimidated to cook this cuisine at home, we have the solution!

Hot Stove Society is pleased to welcome Instructor Shama Joshi for a hands-on Indian Street Food class. After a fulfilling 14-year career working at Microsoft, Shama followed her passion for feeding others and started a food truck called Roll Ok Please. It was the first Indian food truck to open in Seattle and quickly built a big fan following.  Shama immersed herself in the sheer joy of cooking, and the highlight of her new career was when Roll OK Please was the only food truck mentioned by Anthony Bourdin as one of the top 20 places to eat in Seattle!

Shama is currently in a professional hiatus, having wound down the food truck, but wants to stay connected to people through her food. What better way to connect with like-minded food enthusiasts than by cooking and teaching at Hot Stove Society! 

As you watch Shama demo, you’ll enjoy tastes of every dish.  You’ll get to make the lamb curry kathi rolls hands-on and enjoy eating what you make. 

A glass of wine or beer is included.

What You’ll Learn and Eat:

Demonstration and Tastes:

  • Aaloo Chaat- Chaat is the quintessential Indian street food and can be made in hundreds of variations.  Shama will give you a healthy take on this starter with roasted sweet potatoes, chickpeas, tamarind-date chutney, mint-cilantro chutney, spicy yogurt, and pomegranate seeds (but no demo of the mint chutney)
  • Lamb Curry Kathi Roll- Kathi rolls can be described as egg wraps stuffed with curry.  Shama’s take on this popular Indian street food is to start with an uncooked whole wheat roti bread and cook it with an egg wash.  Then Shama will show you how to fill the wrap with lamb curry (which you’ll also learn how to make) and condiments such as mint cilantro chutney, spices, and pickled red onions
  • Shredded Cabbage Salad with Fresh Coconut- A fresh, crunchy accompaniment to a kathi roll, this cabbage and fresh coconut salad with a garnish of curry leaves and mustard seeds is delightful!
  • Shahi Tukda- This dessert is a kind of Indian bread pudding with crispy ghee-fried bread slices dunked in a saffron sugar syrup and topped with cream-soaked nuts - (no demo, but you’ll end with a sweet taste)

Hands On:

  • Lamb Curry Kathi Roll--You’ll make your own lamb curry and build a Kathi Roll.  Condiments – such as mint cilantro chutney, spicy yogurt, and pickled red onions—will be provided by the Hot Stove team for you to add to your creation

If you have a question about this class, please contact hotstove@tomdouglas.com

Indian Street Food

Where
Hotel Andra
When
Tuesday April 14
6:00 - 6:00 PM
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