In this exciting new class Sandeep will prepare dishes that are part a feast from South India, traditionally served in the afternoon but can be enjoyed at any time of the day. These dishes will include Dosa (a crisp savoury pancake), with two spicy tomato chutneys; bonda (mashed spiced potato fritters); and bajji (chilli and raw banana fritters) with mint and coriander chutney. As in South India, these dishes are served with roasted Indian filter coffee, made traditionally three ways.
Cooking with South Indian spices
Learn to make these famous dishes from South India.
Whether you want to explore a new cuisine, learn some new techniques or simply expand your cooking repertoire, our highly experienced instructors will show you how to prepare delicious dishes that are guaranteed to impress. Click here for more information the class format.
Image is indicative only and does not reflect the exact ingredients or dishes you will use/make during this class.
About the Chef
Chef, The Food Pandit
Sandeep was born in Kashmir and moved to Bangalore at 8 years old. It was there that his passion for cooking grew. With a large family mealtimes were big affairs, sharing meals on huge carpets, feasting and laughing together.
In 2016 Sandeep moved to Australia as an IT project manager and joined Masterchef 2019. Sandeep cooked food from his Kashmiri and South Indian heritage and won the hearts of the judges. One of the judges told him, “You’re the best Indian cook ... [on] the show in the last 11 seasons".
Since Masterchef he has had various restaurant popups, held Indian Masterclasses and taken tours to India. More