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    Learn to Cook Indian Food in Bangkok

    I just come across this and it looks like a fantastic gift for a loved one, ie wife, girlfriend or maid, someone close as they are going to be your personal Indian slave cook

    Heard of Mrs Balbirs? They have the Indian Restaurant in Sukhumvit Soi 11/1, well she does Indian cookery classes, 4 lessons, 4 dishes each, all for only 2,200baht per lesson.

    Kust looking at the first days lesson has got me itching to book my girlfriend in, she does cook some Indian food but is quite limited in what she can cook, so lets just look at the first lesson.

    To learn to cook these is worth 2,200baht even of my money, watch out mothballs the wallet is going to be opened.

    Tandoori Chicken Tikka
    Pieces of boneless chicken, marinated in yogurt with spices and grilled.

    Mint Chutney
    A mint dip accompanies any kind of appetizer dish.

    Chicken Tikka Masala / Butter Chicken
    Tandoori chicken Tikka slowly simmered in our award winning gravy.

    Muglai Aloo Gobi
    An Indian side dish cooked with cauliflower and potatoes.

    There is also a separate maids course on cooking Indian food which is a lot cheaper at 4,300baht, but that only has 16 dishes, still, quite a bargain at that price, held every Thursday.

    Probably best to check out the restaurant first to make sure it is to your tasting as many Indian dishes in Thailand are made for the Indian Pallete which isn't quite the same as our more refined English ones, do Americans eat spicy food

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    Good post I'll Bagwhan immediately disguised as a maid Ive been looking at the vital Tandoor in the Indian restaurants and think I can make one from a ceramic water urn like our slow chicken man How to get that blaring flame safely for the Nan is ino I readlly pop a dum for Anyone got one made one .I know you can grill but not the same
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