The end of the work week is coming to a close, and as much as we’d love to have over-the-top, grandiose plans for letting loose on Friday night, we might lack all of the gusto it takes to follow through with these plans. Never fear, that’s where Ger-Nis Dinner & a Movie Series steps in, creating exciting dinner dishes you can learn to create at home while enjoying an exciting film! Tonight we’ll get together and enjoy each other’s company in a relaxed yet vibrant environment, achieving new culinary skills following Indian cuisine and enjoying a Bollywood film together! If you love Indian food but think it takes a long time to prepare or would simply like to improve your skills, we’ll be showing you quick vegetarian Indian dishes that are simple to prepare and so palatably rewarding, stimulating the senses, the brain and everything we’re made of. After we make delicious Indian dishes, we’ll settle in to watch a classic Bollywood film together! A relaxing way to get away in Brooklyn while spending time together enjoying the spice of India through its food and films! We’re keeping this class intimately sized, so sign up today!
Recipes: Spinach & Paneer with Chili-Tomato Sauce; Tarka Dahl; Kitchri; Chapati & Raita
Class Type: Dinner and a Movie Series, hands-on cooking class
Class Notes: 12 spots only!
Chef Palak Patel moved to NY from San Francisco where she served as personal chef to the well to do crowd of the Silicon Valley. She competed on the Sears Chef Challenge, one of only 12 chefs selected to compete in a national cooking competition for charity and featured on CBS series about outsourcing your life. As a teenager, she learned everything she could from her mother about traditional Indian cuisine. Palak’s main goal is to integrate fresh produce and flavors of Indian cooking with French techniques. Palak is currently enrolled in the French Culinary Institute, a premier member of United States Personal Chef Association (USPCA), Women Chef Restaurateurs and Slow Food USA. Contact Palak