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Menu


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At Mom’s Desi Kitchen we are committed to offering cooking classes in the most authentic North Indian cuisine. Below is a list of some of the menu items that I plan to teach in the cooking classes. As you perhaps know, North Indian cooking is rich in variety and the variations that one can introduce in cooking are diverse. We will continue to add more items to the menu so that we can provide a most enriching cooking experience.

Please hover your mouse over the highlighted name of the menu item in the “description” column to see a picture of the item.

Vegetable Curry
Item Description
Vegetable curry (no cheese)

Choices include: (see NOTE below)

Vegetable curry (with cheese)

Choices include: (see NOTE below)

Vegetable Jalfarezi Jalfarezi:
Jalfarezi:

Potatoes, peppers (colored and green), onions, cheese
Tofu bhujji Tofu bhujji:
Tofu bhujji:

tofu, peppers (colored and green), onions, peas
Mushrooms and peas Mushroom and pea curry
Mushroom and pea curry
Baingan Bharta Bharta (curry made with baked eggplant)
Bharta (eggplant)
Daal (Lentils) Etc.
Item Description
Daal (lentils) Choices:
Toor daal,
Toor daal


moong dal (split or washed)
moong dal (split or washed)
Daal Makhani Daal Makhani
Daal Makhani

Mix of urad daal, chana daal and kidney beans, cooked in a slow cooker for about 8 hours
Maa-chhole ki daal Split urad and chana daal
Lauki-chana daal Indian long squash and chana daal
Moong sabut daal Whole moong
cooked in a slow cooker
Raajma Kidney Beans (Raajma)
Kidney Beans (Raajma)
Kadhi Kadhi: Curry made with yogurt and chickpea flour
Kadhi: Curry made with yogurt and chickpea flour
Punjabi Special
Item Description
Makki ki roti and Sarson ka saag

A popular Punjabi meal
Sarson ka saag

consisting of:

  • 2 rotis made from corn flour
  • Saag made with mustard greens, spinach and other greens
  • Choice of plain yogurt or raita
Makki ki roti Roti made from corn flour
Sarson ka saag Saag made with mustard greens, spinach and other greens
Mango Lassi (16 oz.) A sweet, delicious blend of yogurt and mango
Mango Lassi
Breads (Roti, Paratha)
Item Description
Chapati (Roti) Plain chapati (bread)
Chapati
Puri Deep fried, puffed bread
Puri
Plain Paratha Lightly pan fried (bread)
Stuffed Paratha Pan-fried bread
Stuffed Paratha

Filling choices:
potatoes and onions, cauliflower
Stuffed Paratha with cheese Pan-fried bread with home-made cheese stuffing
Makki ki roti Roti made from corn flour
Rice
Item Description
Rice plain, steam cooked
Rice Pulao Rice, cooked with veggies
Veg Pulao
Lemon Rice Rice, cooked with lemon, peanuts and spices
Yogurt
Item Description
Yogurt fat-free or 2% fat (16 Oz) Fresh home-made plain yogurt
Raita (16 Oz) with fat-free or 2% yogurt Yogurt sauce with "boondi" or "cucumber and tomatoes"
Mango Lassi (16 oz.) A sweet, delicious blend of yogurt and mango
Mango Lassi

NOTE:

North Indian food is rich in variety. We have provided a list of just a few of the most popular Indian dishes. If you would like to learn to cook a dish that is not mentioned here, please call us to discuss.

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