9FD610H Whole Grain Indian Flatbreads: Naan and Roti
Freshly made bread is a staple of the Indian diet. Come learn to make tender Naans and Rotis using wholegrain flours. These can be prepared in your home oven and on the stovetop. Homemade bread is satisfying, economical and healthy.
Whole wheat Roti is unleavened bread cooked on the stovetop, while Naan bread is baked in a communal "Tandoor" (clay oven). Rotis are quick and easy to prepare. The dough for Rotis can be made in advance and kept refrigerated up to a week. When Rotis are made with a vegetable filling, such as curried cauliflower, cooked lentils or spicy potatoes they are called Parathas, which are nutritious, tasty and typically eaten with a "raita" salad and some spicy pickles. Even though you can purchase Naan in the stores these days, it is simple to make your own using your home oven. Naan is leavened bread and can be made using whole wheat and plain flours. You can incorporate different spices and herbs and sprinkle with different seeds like sesame or nigella prior to baking.
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|CRN||Campus / Bldg / Rm||Time||Days||Dates|
|14931||NE Port / STACCC / KITCHEN||06:00 PM-08:50 PM||Th||13-Mar-2014 thru 13-Mar-2014|
Instructor: Sophie Rahman
Notes: $11 payable to "Masala." www.pcc.edu/staff/sophie.rahman15
Tuition: $29.00 Fees: $10.00