Indian night


As I mentioned before, my husband and I are taking a cooking course through the Toronto School Board. It meets every Tuesday evening for nine weeks. So far it's been quite fun and I've gotten some new ideas for recipes and have improved my basic kitchen skills. 

We visit a different type of cuisine every week, this is a look at our Indian night. You have mango chutney, fragrant rice, yogurt and mint sauce, red lentil dal, chana masala, aloo gobi, vegetable pakura and onion nests. It was all delicious!!

17 comments:

Olivier said...

j'adore manger indien, il y a des plats pleins de saveur

cieldequimper said...

Moi aussi !

Andy said...

It sounds like fun as well as educational.

Jim Klenke said...

It looks good, I would have to at least try a little of everything.

Kate said...

Love dal! In another life I'd like to return as a chef. Cooking is so much fun and classes are more than just fun!!

Tanya said...

what a fun course and that meal looks yummy!

Kaori said...

Yummmm! It looks delicious! Do you have a Japanese dish night? :D

tapirgal said...

Anything with mango has my vote! I'm coming over for dinner :-)

Louis la Vache said...

YUM!

JM said...

I would have it now. Love Indian food.

RedPat said...

Looks yummy indeed!

VP said...

It looks colorful, but I am quite spoiled by Italian and Tuscan food...

Lowell said...

I have a feeling my vegetarian wife would enjoy this concoction very much!

NixBlog said...

Looks yummy! I really like Indian food.

Randy said...

Wow, that looks so tasty.

Jack said...

Gee, Halcyon, you did good work here. The food looks good, and with the many varied colors, it provides a nice photographic subject.

Gunn said...

I can nearly smell this. Looks tasty!

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