Indian Street Food Cooking Demonstration
May 27 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Indian street food is considered by some to be the hidden gem of Indian cuisine. Major cities in India such as Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Chennai boast amazing street food dishes. Food Science and Nutrition Associate Professor Samir Amin, Ph.D., will take a page out of his Advanced Culinology class to take participants on a culinary tour of the flavors and aromas amongst the bustling streets of India. He will demonstrate how to make some of the most popular and lesser known street eats and delectable snacks. Participants will learn about the variety of regional Indian cuisine, US demand for ethnic cuisine, authentic spices, chutneys, and curries as well as street food recipes. Dr. Amin will be joined by Associate Professor Amy Lammert, Ph.D., who will provide expert sensory science and tasting notes.
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- Recipe information will be shared with guests, but items are not needed to tune in.