$180.50 for zoom participants with food. Key in discount code ZOOM5.
$171 for zoom participants without food. Key in discount code ZOOM10
The World Health Organisation (WHO) suggests the Idli as one of the healthiest breakfasts. Idlis are packed with carbohydrates, proteins, enzymes, fats, amino acids, and fiber and does not contain saturated fat nor cholesterol. Furthermore, the batter for an Idli goes through a long fermentation, creating a complex flavor and texture. Did you know people have built restaurant chains by just selling idlis?
Chef Devagi takes you on the rudiments of making three different idli batters and classic accompaniments for idlis.
1. The Original Soft Idli
Learn the process of grinding the ingredients and fermenting the right way to produce soft idlis.
The perfect combination of ingredients makes this idli moist, fluffy incredibly delicious. Plus no fermentation is required!
3. Mini Gunpowder Masala Sorghum Idli
Super healthy mini idlis made of sorghum and rolled in home-made gunpowder and tempered.
4. Saravana Bhavan Tiffin Sambar
South Indian lentil stew made with vegetables, lentils, and a special blend of spices – a sambar so good some people drink this up. This has a similar taste as the famous Saravana Bhavan Restaurant chains in India.
5. Andhra Peanut and Coconut Chutney
A condiment made with roasted peanuts, coconut, dried chillies and more.
6. Eggplant Gotsu
Simple yet delicious eggplant chutney that taste amazing with all types of idlis, thosais and rice.
7. Flaxseed Gunpowder
An extremely healthy Indian spice blend to accompany the thosai and Idli or to be used as sprinkle to give that good bang!
Demonstration by Chef with videos and photos snippets sent via WhatApp. Recipes will be emailed ahead for ZOOM participants.
Take Home Items
Food samples will be packed for onsite participants and delivered to ZOOM participants at no extra cost.