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Sun, 12 May

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Silverdale

Indian Street Food Masterclass - Mothers Day Special

Come and join us at the beautiful scenic Stoney Homestead in Millwater for our first ever Indian Street Food Masterclass!

Indian Street Food Masterclass - Mothers Day Special
Indian Street Food Masterclass - Mothers Day Special

Time & Location

12 May 2024, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Silverdale, 12 Galbraith Greens, Silverdale 0932, New Zealand

About the event

This Mother's Day, we have brought you something special! 

Our first ever Indian Street Food Masterclass! Mum will go through step by step how to make Samosa, Chaat and Gajjar ka Halwa. For those of you who didn't know, we started in the Farmers Markets, where mum would sellout of over 500 samosa in a few hours. Crispy pastry, with a delicious lightly spiced filling, these are popular with young and old. Chaat on the other hand is just an explosion of flavours, and one of the most popular street foods in India - it is savoury, sweet, sour and addictive. It has both crispy components as well as vegetables, yoghurt, tamarind, spices and herbs.  The class will end with everyone's favourite sweet dish, Gajjar ka Halwa - and believe me carrots have never looked or tasted so good.

As with every class, you get lots of hands on experience of making the dishes, but you will also get to taste everything as well as take lots home to share with your family and/or friends. Plus, you will get a FREE jar of our special tamarind and date chutney. So, book your space today as we have limited spaces. This will definitely be a day to remember. 

We are going to limit this class to a maximum of 15 people so you can ask as many questions as you want during the session. Our classes run for approx. 3.5 to 4 hours.

Most of our meals are plant-based but we do sometimes use yoghurt or ghee - please let us know if you are vegan so for that cooking class we can ensure that the meals are vegan.

Also, be sure to bring a minimum of 3-5 medium sized takeaway containers to take home to enjoy!

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