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Learn to Cook South Indian Cuisine

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LISA SIPE
  • Lisa Sipe

With so few Indian restaurants in town, it's worth it to learn to cook your own. Balarama Chandra and Emma Kate Veader from Bend Ayurveda are offering a plant-based South Indian cooking class that, they say, "will awaken your inner chef and leave your senses wanting more." A few things you will learn to make: idli, steamed savory cakes similar to dumplings; masala dosa, a fermented crepe filled with curried potato; uttapam, a thick savory pancake with toppings cooked into the batter; and a sweet variation of dosa with homemade chocolate hazelnut spread. Pre-registration is required.

Bend Ayurveda Cooking Class: South Indian Cuisine
Thurs., April 19, 5:30pm to 8pm
bendayurveda.com
$40


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