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Monday, March 26, 2012

Indian cooking





It was a very 'Slow' weekend, fist we had the bush walk on Saturday, and then an 
Indian event on Sunday! The cooking class was taken by Sheena, and we all learned 
a lot. The main dish was a chicken curry, but she also kept some spices aside and made 
the same curry vegetarian for the five veggies who were present. Then Sheena showed 
us how to make a cauliflower and carrot baji, a daal, chapati,  basmati with cumin seeds, 
and a good chai.


From top left clockwise: the rice, frying onions and spices, chicken
 and veg curries, vegetable baji




Making Chapati



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From top left clockwise: Sheena and Sachiko, making chai, flavouring basmati
 with fried cumin seeds, daal and chapati.






Photos by Alessandra Zecchini except the 1st one by Steve Kesler©

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