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Ricky_spore
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hi

Postby Ricky_spore » Tue, 07 Dec 2010 12:23 pm

Hi,
Last edited by Ricky_spore on Thu, 09 Dec 2010 10:17 pm, edited 2 times in total.

Raghu-a
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Hello

Postby Raghu-a » Thu, 09 Dec 2010 11:29 am

Hello Ricky,

You better refer some books or download some videos from internet to guide you through.

People here do not have time to meet up their own friends for fun...and teaching someone cooking?...I dont think anyone will take out time.
I'm not trying to sound negative...but this is the reality.

or better try posting the msg on Members of Bhartiya Association section which is meant Indians..you might get some reponses

Cheers !!..
:)

JaanJ
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Postby JaanJ » Thu, 09 Dec 2010 11:51 am

@OP, have a look at this site: http://www.indianfoodforever.com/

I rely on this for cooking Indian food :)

Cheerios!

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intellectualsmuse
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Re: I want to learn North Indian cooking

Postby intellectualsmuse » Thu, 09 Dec 2010 12:01 pm

Ricky_spore wrote:Hi,
Any north indian expat here m/f willing to train me on North India cooking for 2 weeks 18-31 Dec? My wife is away on holidays and I want to impress her when she comes back. Appreciate your help.
Will pay for the ingredients, gas, etc. More of a friendly session than a professionally trained class room. I know some basics, but not sure of timings, when to put what and for how long let that cook, etc.
Thanks for your attention.

Quick intro - M 37 Sg north indian, Director in a co. you can come to my place (i have a maid, or I can come to your's - felxible).
Thanks
Ricky
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You should probably pick up a few dishes that you want to master- would suggest a simple dal recipe, a mixed veg side dish to go with it and steamed rice-that way you can atleast cook a "complete meal" and surprise your wife when she's back.

Would highly recommend Chef Sanjeev Kapoor and Chef Tarla Dalals websites for N Indian recipes. Goodluck!
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