The kitchen is great for socialising, but it doesn’t help your popularity when you’re sending friends and family to the hospital with indigestion. This Groupon is your saving cooking grace. It introduces you to the magical Karma instructors who’ll reverse your poisonous cooking techniques and turn you into such a maker-of-wonderful-Indian-and-Asian-dishes. You’ll never have to offer Nanny McPhee’s Sick Stomach Stopper as a dessert option, ever again.
Master meals such as: Bombay shrimps, delectable mushroom corn Masala and peppadews, Madras chicken in a coconut and coriander curry, and Masala fish cakes with cranberry chutney. Many astounding aromas of spicyness and sweetness will fill your nostrils while your stomach brims with ravenous butterflies. Combine spices to create mouth-watering meals of heavenly yumminess. Make Indian Paneer Masala, and tasteful butter chicken, which is still rated one of the best Indian dishes, the world over. The gravy can be made hot or mild, either way it’s an explosion of deliciousness for your palate, tongue, stomach and guests.
Become the grand leader in the taste of Asia, with Chinese Chilli Chicken, Chinese Corn, Thai Red and Green curries and pastes. Play with the fusion of flavours, bright colours and re-create the tingling tastes of India. Last but not least, get educated on the Royal Feast with Biryiani Bhadshai and Shahi Chicken Korma amongst other appetizing feasts. The food world is your curried Oyster in these classes.
There’ll be no need to whip out those Asian and Indian recipe books anymore. It’ll be like you were born in India and grew up on delectable kebabs, Masala and Korma’s. You can also send that little Indian leprechaun on his way - his luck ran out when Karma Kooking opened their doors.
This fun Groupon includes a welcome drink, all ingredients, your artistic culinary creation to be enjoyed in the Karma dining area and a goodie bag. All recipes prepared during the cooking course will be emailed to participants.
Please be advised that this is not an extreme sport but cuts and burns may occur during food preparation. People with dietary requirements should consult Karma Kooking beforehand.
Food for thought: In some rural parts of China, villagers used tyres as cooking pots to make their noodles. The consistency of the food was somewhat rubbery and when diners were dissatisfied, they’d dunk the chef in a water tank. That’s food for thought.