Some comments from the ones who attended our first Course this year:
“Thanks very much for the excellent cookery lesson last weekend! I very much enjoyed it. Now, I have an enquiry – do you have two places available on the next cookery course – Specialities – on the 4th of March?”- Matt Craddock
Dear Kish and Hansa,
“Just to say how much I enjoyed the class on Saturday, even though I was definitely the messiest deep fryer! Thank you for your generous hospitality in your home.
If places are still available I would like to book places on the bread class and the rice class please. Please let me know if this is possible and I will ring through with payment details.
All best wishes and I look forward to seeing you in March”, Sue Heath
CLICK HERE FOR HANSA’S COOKERY SCHOOL DATES 17-3docx STARTING SAT 4TH FEB 2017 . PLEASE DO BOOK EARLY!! NEW for 2017 – 4 ADVANCE LEVEL CLASSES
Whether you are a budding cook or a spritely beginner, Hansa’s cookery school is in its 4th year and is here to teach the Gujarati styles of cooking. We will have you reeling out a delicious vegetarian Indian dish, and rather than approaching spices with apprehension have you sprinkling them over your food with excitement and know-how.
The majority of our students begin with one ‘hands-on’ lesson, and following that book more in advance after they have discovered that our cookery school teaches invaluable cookery skills, which can then be transferred to other cuisines. Next year we have added four additional classes at an advance level for those students who have completed the full course and wish to learn some more
However, most importantly our classes seek to develop or birth a fertile interest, so that you begin to encompass our unique and innovative take on food, and as a result start having your own ideas about recipes and pairing ingredients together. This way our teaching continues beyond our kitchens.
With only 8-10 people to one cookery class, it permits a hands-on experience where our specialist attention can be directed exactly where it is needed. This will enable you to replicate the most delicious vegetarian Indian delicacies based on Hansa’s two published cookbooks, and have an understanding of all your ingredients.
Our Indian cookery classes have been so popular that Hansa has had to put on additional classes to meet demand – the most highly desired courses being Hansa’s starters, vegetable and bean curries, and Gujarati breads.
And the best part of all? Tasting your owncreations and drooling with delight at the taste – for once you will be nominating yourself to host the dinner party.
Rice is the most popular accompaniment to curry so, in this 6th lesson of the 2016 series, Hansa will be teaching how to cook a perfect Plain Rice dish then develope it further to create atleast six different aromatic rice dishes from it, such as Pilau Rice, Coriander Rice, Jeera Rice, Khichadi, etc not forgetting the Vegetable Biriyani, which can be a meal initself.
We have a few places still available so please do email back if you'd like to take advantage of this opportunity.