Breech Lane Curry School - This Is A Ticket Only Event
On Tuesday, 24th May Jaya Malani from Breech Lane Curry School is joining us for the evening to show you how to make some delicious Indian Street Food which you can also enjoy on the day, alongside paired Pilgrim beers and ales.Mumbai street food is second to none and we cannot wait to have you join us!
Jaya will treat us to an authentic Indian experience through her fresh spices and recipesSo to all those Indian Street Food lovers out there, this will be an enjoyable occasion and an opportunity not to be missed!
What to expect:You will be preparing an assortment of cold Indian chaat style starters bursting with sweet and savoury notes, Pilgrim’s beer infused pani puri edible bombs prepared with a spiced tamarind yogurt dip and enjoy roasted masala papadums. You will be served rustic lamb mince kathi roll kebabs prepared by Jaya (the vegetarians in the groups will tuck into the paneer tikka kathi rolls). The dishes will be paired with classic tried and tested Pilgrim ales and beers Why is Breech Lane Curry School collaborating with Pilgrim Brewery? What makes the collaboration between Pilgrim Brewery and Breech Lane Curry School click is that both believe in the philosophy of promoting unique traditional flavours that have stood the test of time and continue to attract people. Both believe in using only the best of ingredients, offering a deeply enriching customer experience that goes above and beyond. About Breech Lane Curry School Breech Lane Curry School is an Indian cookery school based in the picturesque village of Walton on the Hill in Tadworth, Surrey. Jaya started the cookery school in 2017 with a simple purpose: to teach healthy and honest food using authentic Indian family recipes that have been closely guarded in her family for generations. The food that she teaches challenges the misconception that Indian food is heavy and unhealthy. What you learn is honest, healthy yet delicious home style dishes prepared using fresh spice powders and locally sourced quality ingredients. Now in its fifth year, she has expanded to offer Indian cookery classes for adults, children and corporates looking to do something different with their teams. She holds regular pop-up supper clubs both from her cosy dedicated cookery studio and from local venues in Surrey. From time to time she takes on private cheffing assignments for special events. She has her own range of spice blends and kits to enhance the cooking experience. With amazing reviews generated over the years, what you get is an authentic Indian cookery experience in a cosy, welcoming environment.