Upcoming Cooking Classes at Cavallo Point, 18 Reasons and Ramekins

nasi campur

We find ourselves teaching not just kids and teenagers, but also grown-ups at various amazing locations around the Bay Area and Wine Country.  This Fall we have quite the line up of classes and pop-ups coming up (click through for ticketing information and do join us if you can):

We are also using the Fall to tinker with new recipes and develop more amazing classes and conduct more pop-ups.  If you have any ideas for us or want to collaborate on a private event, drop us a line at alittleyum@yahoo.com or keep checking back on the “Classes” tab of our website.

Details for Indonesian Class @ Cavallo Point

Nasi campur (Indonesian for “mixed rice”, also called nasi rames), is a dish of rice topped with various meats, vegetables, peanuts, eggs and 0ther condiments. Depending on the region nasi campur may include several different side dishes, including vegetables, fish and meats. It is a staple meal of the Southeast Asian countries, and popular especially in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore.

Key Themes:

  • The Indonesian family table and Nasi Campur
  • Essential Indonesian ingredients (show and tell, where to buy them)
  • Basic Indonesian-style curry paste
  • Sambals & condiments

Menu/Recipes

  • Sambal Goreng (Fried Chilli Seasoning)
  • Acar (Indonesian Pickle)
  • Kare Ayam (Chicken Curry) & a vegetable curry with same paste (vegan)
  • Balinese-style (Curry Paste)
  • Tumis Kacang Panjang (Green Beans in Sweet Soy)
  • Additional Condiments: Fried Shallots, Fried Tempeh, sliced boiled egg, peanuts

Details for Everyday Indian Class @ 18 Reasons and Ramekins

shrimp-curry-2

Love Indian food, but haven’t tried cooking it at home yet? Want to spice up your family dinners with some new flavors? Learn Indian home cooking basics to get you started: from essential spices, Indian food made easy enough to cook everyday and tips on cooking techniques like tempering, working with dough and making your own spice mixes.  This class demystifies Indian cooking and makes it approachable enough for everyday meals.

  • Mom’s Everyday Channa Dhal
  • Shrimp “Curry in a Hurry”
  • Indian-Spiced Creamed Spinach
  • Spiced-Roasted Cauliflower
  • Turkey Chappali Kebabs
  • Carrot Raita
  • Coriander Chutney
  • Home-made Madras Curry Powder
  • Paranthas
  • Masala Chai & treat

 

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