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Onion Bhajis are a common street snack in India and when made fresh and eaten piping hot are amazing, spicy, succulent and tasty. Accompany with some fresh 'coriander' chutney and cucumber, toasted coconut banana sambal and cucumber raita and you have a meal.

This cooking class will introduce you to some traditional Indian spices and show you how to make a fresh chickpea batter (great for gluten free eaters) as well as suitable for vegans. We will also show you some super quick fresh chutneys and accompaniments you can whip up quickly to impress your friends. We will also cook up red lentil dahl. A fantastic suprisingly quick dish to whip up.

Bhajis are the perfect party food, are easy to cook up at short notice.

We will cook up a huge batch and sit down and gobble them up, together. After all food is social! 

Pamela your teacher has loved Indian food all her life, she has visited India many times and loves street food. Her favourite Indian Street snack joint here in Sydney is Chatkazz in Harris Park!

The image by Aaron Headly is kindly borrowed under a creative commons licence 2.0

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Class Schedule

What you will learn
  • Make a gluten free and vegan traditional streetfood
  • Make the batter and traditional 'fresh' chutney accompaniments
  • Explore Indian spices
What you will get
  • We will prepare and cook up a huge batch of delicious bhajis and sit down and eat together.

What to bring
  • Just yourself and enthusiasm to get stuck in
What to wear

Casual, we will provide aprons if you are coming straight from work

Appropriate for

Beginners and those who want to cook something new


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Classbunny

Vendor sincce 2017

Classbunny organizes workshops and events all around Sydney. We cover all kinds of topics, from arts and crafts to cooking to ideas. We are a popular choice for Hen’s parties and workplace classes.

We also partner with councils, libraries and organizations to bring lively, diverse events and education to all.

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