Let’s Go to India (Class only)
July 24 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm PDT
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Join us on the non-stop, all-India karma train! Let’s first begin with a spice immersion. What are all these gorgeous spices used for and why? In what order? What are their benefits? How else can you use them? After we walk down the glorious spice trail, you’ll learn more about Indian spices and curries, and then apply that knowledge to create deliciousness. We’ll cheers with a Cumin Martini and cook a fabulous Chicken Tikka Masala, one of the most popular dishes. Enjoy the Masala alongside an Indian-spiced Basmati Rice (and change the way you make rice forever!) Are you a vegetarian or vegan? Not to worry — we have modifications for you!
The Let’s Go to India Class Kit
Save time sourcing specialty ingredients, or send the Class Kit to a beloved. The Let’s Go to India Class Kit has what you need for class, in a lovingly packed box. The $90 purchase price includes the kit, shipping costs, and the class. It makes a great gift.
Ingredients for Let’s Go to India
The below list will make 2 cocktails and serve 4 people (with the Tikka Masala and Indian Rice):
a jalapeno or serrano pepper
cilantro (for garnish)
butter (use coconut oil if you’re vegan)
14-ounce can diced tomatoes
something creamy: heavy cream, sour cream, creme fraiche or coconut milk
1 ½ cups basmati rice (uncooked)
1 pound of the protein of your choice: boneless skinless chicken thighs, sturdy white fish or tofu
gin or vodka if you’re making a cocktail, ginger beer if you prefer a mocktail
your choice of: whole cloves, cardamom pods, cumin seeds, star anise
There will be some prep involved before class starts. We’ll send you a small prep sheet after you sign up for class.
Cocktail shaker with muddler & strainer (or a mason jar, lid, and mesh strainer) and plenty of ice
Measuring cup or cocktail jigger with ounces
Cutting board & kitchen knife
A heavy-bottomed pot. We recommend our favorite pot, the Le Creuset 4.5 quart soup pot.
A pot with a good fitting lid to cook the rice
Sturdy cooking spoon
A parchment-lined baking sheet (if you are using chicken)
Virtual cooking classes at Hipcooks
Join us for this online cooking class on zoom, or get your own group together for a lively Livestream: Coworkers & clients, Friends & family, and kids for a Private virtual cooking class. We’ll work with you to book a date and time that work for you. More info on our Private virtual cooking classes here.