Indian Street Food Cooking Workshop [VEG] 11th of February 2018 at Amsterdam

India is famous for its variety of street food and best food in India is always found on the street. (Trust me when I say this! I can live off that food anyday back in India 😉 ) So let us all on go a trip to the streets of India through this workshop covering the most well known street-food from across the country. Most popular street-food found in India is vegetarian in nature thus this workshop is only covering vegetarian food.

Group Workshops are for a close group of 6 to 8 participants only. And each participants gets the opportunity to try the dish 100% hands-on. The recipes are explained step-by-step with required caution that needs to be taken at your end.

Pav Bhaji

Want to try the Indian version of Dutch Stamppot with a bunch of flavor from fresh herbs and spices? This is another classic Mumbai/Maharashtrian dish that is had as a main dish or snacks or anytime of the day. It is a great way to clean your fridge by adding all the veggies in one dish and mashing it together with some tasty masala. And what’s not to like in something which is tasty and so full of nutrients.

Pav Bhaji

Want to try the Indian version of Dutch Stamppot with a bunch of flavor from fresh herbs and spices? This is another classic Mumbai/Maharashtrian dish that is had as a main dish or snacks or anytime of the day. It is a great way to clean your fridge by adding all the veggies in one dish and mashing it together with some tasty masala. And what’s not to like in something which is tasty and so full of nutrients.

Samosa

It is a crispy and spicy Indian snack which has an crisp outer layer made of maida and rich filling of mashed potato, peas and spices. Samosa prepared with this recipe also has a mild lingering taste of sesame, coriander and cumin seed which makes it simply irresistible.

Samosa

It is a crispy and spicy Indian snack which has an crisp outer layer made of maida and rich filling of mashed potato, peas and spices. Samosa prepared with this recipe also has a mild lingering taste of sesame, coriander and cumin seed which makes it simply irresistible.

Bhel Puri

A snack with almost iconic status in the western region of India, bhel puri (or bhelpuri) is a low-fat, nutritious, and delicious food. It is a chaat, which is a spicy food that is typically sold via street carts throughout the region. This is a puffed rice snack that can be eaten by the spoonful or scooped onto a flatbread or chips.

Bhel Puri

A snack with almost iconic status in the western region of India, bhel puri (or bhelpuri) is a low-fat, nutritious, and delicious food. It is a chaat, which is a spicy food that is typically sold via street carts throughout the region. This is a puffed rice snack that can be eaten by the spoonful or scooped onto a flatbread or chips.

Chana Chaat

Chana chaat is a tangy and flavourful chickpea salad from India that is very popular amongst vegetarians and those who like a bit of spice. It’s an excellent way to lose a couple of pounds if you have this healthy salad for lunch or dinner. It is made up of vegetables, including chickpeas

Chana Chaat

Chana chaat is a tangy and flavourful chickpea salad from India that is very popular amongst vegetarians and those who like a bit of spice. It’s an excellent way to lose a couple of pounds if you have this healthy salad for lunch or dinner. It is made up of vegetables, including chickpeas

Masala Chai

Masala chai is a flavoured tea beverage made by brewing black tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices, and herbs

Masala Chai

Masala chai is a flavoured tea beverage made by brewing black tea with a mixture of aromatic Indian spices, and herbs

Details: 

Date: 11th of February 2018, Sunday

Time: 11.00 am to 2.00 pm

Price: The workshop price includes the use of all ingredients, materials and apron + a full meal at the end

  • Regular Price – €65 per person
  • Joint Booking Discounts
    • For 2 to 3 people – 5% flat discount
    • For 4 or more people – 10% flat discount

Incase of a bigger group, please write to us separately.

Booking in advance is mandatory (no refunds for no-shows or cancellations) 

For payment details – write to info@spicetrip.nl

Address: Buurthuis ARchipel, Makassarplein 1, 1095 RP Amsterdam