Real Foods of India Pt. 3

You are checking out Part 3 of the Real Foods of India cooking series.

I learned so much from the “Real Foods of India” cooking class at Milestone Culinary Arts Center, led by Minal Jhaveri. We’ve already covered some amazing recipes in part 1 and 2, and now I wanted to share with you two more amazing recipes for, Saag Paneer and Saffron & Nuts Pulav.

I enjoyed my experience so much that I recently attended an Indian Breads cooking class led by Mrs. Jhaveri. I can’t wait to share all five of the amazing breads we made in another series. So enjoy the following culinary treats and don’t forget to check back for my final blog of the series next week. You don’t want to miss the final two lip-smacking recipes!

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Real Foods of India: Pt.2

You are checking out Part 2 of the Real Foods of India cooking series.

I recently attended the “Real Foods of India” cooking class at the Milestone Culinary Arts Center in Dallas, led by Minal Jhaveri from Gourmet Journey. Four hours of culinary fare and eight delicious dishes later…I walked away one step closer to mastering another challenging cuisine.

The following two dishes were preceded by the cool and refreshing flavors of a Mango Lassi and Cucumber Raita, described in Part 1 of the series.

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Real Foods of India: Pt.1

Due to all of the fabulous recipes and great information I’d like to share I’ve made this into a four part series. So, here’s Part 1 of Real Foods of India. Check back soon for more great recipes and tips.

I recently had the pleasure of attending the “Real Foods of India” cooking class at the Milestone Culinary Arts Center in Dallas, led by Minal Jhaveri from Gourmet Journey. Not only was it an educational evening, but it was every bit a piece of heaven to my taste buds.

Working for an Indian owned company has definitely broadened my horizons when it comes to different types of food. Needless to say, I have fallen madly in love with Indian food and was really excited to delve in to the culture’s many different tastes and techniques.

There were 8 dishes prepared and each one had its own do’s and dont’s that could make or break the dish. Lets start off the first series with two amazing recipes to get an Indian themed culinary evening started off right! Continue reading

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