9FD613R Indian Street Food: Finger Licking Chaat
Chaat is India's fast food eaten outdoors and on the go. Come learn to prepare delicious favorites such as Bhel Poori, Aloo Tikki and Phal Chaat. We'll make our own chaat masala, as well as cilantro and tamarind chutneys. More info: pcc.edu/staff/sophie.rahman15
The quintessential Indian street food is Chaat-a generic name for a tangy and spicy mix. Chaats are cold finger foods or light salads that are freshly prepared eaten outdoors and on the go. We'll focus on the following three: Bhel Poori: diced potatoes and chickpeas in a spice-infused yogurt sauce, garnished with crunchy chickpea flour noodles and topped with swirls of spicy cilantro and tamarind chutneys. Aloo Tikki: crispy patties with a spicy filling. Phal Chaat: an exotic fruit salad, sprinkled with chaat masala.
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|CRN||Campus / Bldg / Rm||Time||Days||Dates|
|34466||NE Port / STACCC / KITCHEN||06:00 PM-08:50 PM||Tu||05-Aug-2014 thru 05-Aug-2014|
Instructor: Sophie Rahman
Notes: $10 payable to "Masala."
Tuition: $29.00 Fees: $10.00
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