Learn to Make Tanzanian Curry: Maharagwe-ya-mnazi: Monday, April 19 | 5 - 6 p.m.
Maharagwe-ya-mnazi is a National dish of Tanzania. It's a Swahili dish which is made from red kidney beans, very simple spices, tomatoes, and coconut milk. In the Kiswahili language, maharagwe is red kidney beans and mnazi is coconut. This vegan one-pot meal is filling and super tasty. Please register online here.
Learn to Make an Indian Feast: Gujarati Thali: Monday, May 3 | 5 - 6 p.m.
Explore the exotic cuisine of Gujarat, a state in Northwestern India famous for its rich cultural heritage, especially dance (Garba and dandiya raas) and food! Tarla Dalal (One of India’s most well-known cooking teachers) states “Gujarati’s have truly perfected the art of vegetarian cooking. Using a little ingenuity, they have succeeded in transforming the simplest ingredients into mouth-watering delicacies”. In this class, we will teach you the skills to create a typical Gujarati Thali (plate) that is a daily staple in Gujarati homes. A typical Thali consists of roti (bread), dal (lentils), shaak (vegetables), and rice. For this class, we will make Gujarati Toor Dal (pigeon peas), rotis (flat bread) and basmati rice. Please register online here.
These online programs use the Zoom livestreaming platform. You will need access to a computer, mobile device with the Zoom app installed, and/or a phone for audio-only access.
Registration with an email is also required in order to receive information on how to connect. The email will be sent three (3) hours prior to the scheduled start time of each program.