Indian Vegetarian Cooking for Beginners
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Indian Vegetarian Cooking for Beginners

Most dishes take no more than 30 minutes to make. From Lentil and Vegetarian curries, rice and savoury dishes.
4.2 (15 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
102 students enrolled
Created by Jay Rughani
Last updated 9/2018
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 12 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • By the end of the course you will be available to cook a three course Indian Vegetarian Meal, using all traditional ingredients.
Requirements
  • This is a basic Indian Cooking course using authentic ingredients. You will need the spices which have been provided in this course as a minimum.
Description

This Indian Vegetarian Cooking course is aimed at those who want to learn how to cook simple yet tasty Indian dishes. This is a step by step guide.

All the dishes are authentic and taken from the vast array of dishes that I have cooked over the years. My dear mother started to teach me these recipes at an age of 8 years old and over the years I have adapted them to my taste. 

Like for any Cook, you adapt the dishes over time to your taste and palette. So once you have learnt these recipes feel free to become more adventurous, by trying other dishes with different vegetables.

Drop me a message on your WINS and how you found the course. 

Have an amazing experience... Learning to cook Indian Food.  

Who this course is for:
  • Individuals interested in learning to cook Authentic Indian Meals.
  • Any one looking for quick and easy Indian vegetarian recipes.
Course content
Expand all 13 lectures 01:25:18
+ Introduction to Taras Kitchen
1 lecture 03:45

Please download pdf which contains the spices which you will need for this course. Most of  these can be found in your local supermarket or Indian grocery shop. 

If you have a spice box keep them in one place away from sunlight. 

Preview 03:45
+ Recipes
12 lectures 01:21:33

Pakoras / Bhajias are a great starter for any dinner. Serve with Chutney or Raita will keep your guests very happy. This recipe will give you the foundation to make a variety of Pakoras using the vegetables you enjoy most.

Preview 05:39

Cool and mouthwatering Raita and great accompaniment for a main meal and also for starters.

Cucumber Raita
03:26

This is a traditional Gujarati vegetarian dish which is healthy and very easy to make. Have it with Rice, Naan or Roti. 

Courgette and Sweet Corn Curry
07:37

Traditional Green Vegetable and Potatoe curry. This recipe can be adapted to most other vegetable curries.

Green Beans and Potatoe Curry
07:37

This dish is versatile and can be served as a main dish or even a starter. I prefer this as a main dish.

Preview 05:18

A traditional and healthy Sag and Paneer curry.

Spinach and Paneer Curry
08:23

Full of Protein Green Lentil curry. Great dish to have Rice

Mung Dhal
11:21

Step by Step guide on how to make the very best Home-made Chappatis/ Rotis

Roti
09:36

Rice can be cooked in many different ways. Vegetable Pillau is a wonderful combination to have with any Indian Meal.

Vegetable Pillau Rice
06:34

A Tangy yet spicy yogurt and bindi dish which is a lovely accompaniment with Rice or to have with Roti.

Bindi Kadhi
09:45

A simple yet refreshing dessert which can be flavoured and adapted to make different variations.This recipe is with nuts however I also make this with fruit.

Shikhand
03:34

The best way to make Masala Chai at home, which suits the western palette. In India they tend to make the tea mostly with milk and very sweet. Often in the western world we find this type of tea difficult to digest. 


Bonus Video - Masala Chai
02:43