The classes are approximately three hours long, and we made a full meal, from appetizer, to dessert.
In addition to us, there were six other people taking this class. We worked in two groups of four, and shared the dishes within our group.
The appetizer was fried fish bites.
They were awesome! We ate them with sriracha.
The main course was a spicy beef and potato curry, masur dal, and pol roti (coconut roti).
The beef and potato curry was made with coconut milk, as Thai curries often are, but had different seasonings from Thai curry. It was also quite different from Indian curry.
Everything was really, really good, but we especially loved the dal.
The dessert was really interesting, and not like anything we'd ever made before. It's rulang and date rulwa. It is made with cream of wheat, butter, brown sugar, vanilla, cashews, dates, and coconut milk.
It wasn't too sweet, which we both appreciated.
We had a really nice Tuesday evening out and came home full, with a few new recipes up our sleeves.
The gift of an experience is always the best kind of gift - thank you Chris, Cori, Alaina and Jeff, for this lovely night out.
Have you ever taken a cooking class?
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