• Butter chicken and lamb rogan josh are two of India’s favourite exports, recreated in homes and restaurants worldwide. Butter chicken’s tomato sauce can be as spicy as your palate demands, while lamb rogan josh incorporates wonderful aromatics such as cinnamon, cloves and cardamom. The class will also include breads such as rotis, puris and aloo…

  • The food of India is, quite simply, astounding. Here vegetarian dishes star; turmeric and mustard potatoes as a stand-alone dish, or wrapped in pastry for tasty samosas, palak paneer, cottage cheese and spinach, with chilli, ginger, garlic and coriander can be spicy (or not), and chickpea masala and yellow dahl are also deliciously wholesome. Naturally,…

  • Throughout Vietnam one thing remains constant – the heady, fragrant and colourful street food. Join Kush to cook beef pho made with stock, brisket, noodles and herbs. Then explore other favourites including rice paper rolls, and the crispy pancake served with pork or shrimp, fresh herbs and lettuce known as bánh xèo. Finish with simple…