Udaipur India, a cooking class

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While I stayed in the lovely city of Udaipur in Rajashtan, I took a cooking class with Sushma a very passionate cook, her teachings were just wonderful and mouth watering.

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Her spices , pantry and tools of her small kitchen, yet very sufficient

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At first she taught , how to make that most delicious and famous Masala Chai

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After an introduction of her ingredients , she offered to cook a few recipies for the class, like Butter Paneer Masala, Dal Chana Masala, Pakora and Chapati stuffed bread

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Paneer, the most common part of  Indian vegetarian meals is an Indian cheese, mainly made of milk and some lemon juice.

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Dal, made of lentils and many spices… and adding coconut

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Pakora..

 

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A view from the window of the class down to Udaipur

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8 Responses to Udaipur India, a cooking class

  1. lehalopo@cox.net says:

    making me drool….

  2. Darlene Campbell says:

    A belated Welcome Home! Cornelia, your photographs are simply breathtaking. Every image is
    stunning. I look forward to hearing about your adventures in India. Love, Darlene

    • Thank you so much dear Darlene, very kind of you. I had the most wonderful time in India. I am glad you enjoyed the images. Much more to come as I shot thousands, which I still have a lot to edit. So stay tuned in. Much Love to you, Cornelia

  3. fotoeins says:

    Those colours, those spices, those flavours, those action shots! I still partake of the meat, but I think I’d consider going vegetarian for a time with Indian. And when I moved to Minneapolis after two years in Germany, I spent the first few weeks to months going Indian, Vietnamese, and Thai with a 50% cut in meat consumption.

  4. My mouth is watering because I love Indian food. How fortunate you were to learn from an expert.

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