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Meeta

Johanna, it's so wonderful to see that you and the other brilliant bloggers had a great time discovering "real" Indian food! Padmaja, seemed to have done a great job and it sounds like you all had a brilliant time. The spread certainly sounds and looks wonderful!

Pille

I wish I could join one of these cooking classes one day - they sound really special (first Mexican, now Indian).
I'm intrigued to learn they also use caraway in Indian cuisine -I thought they only use cumin. (Here in Estonia it's the opposite - caraway is common, cumin 'exotic')

Bonnie

What a wonderful afternoon we had! Thank you sooooo much for hosting the event and to Padmaja and Renu for imparting their knowledge to us! I still haven't got around to cooking Indian yet but may do so some time this week now that you remind me of it!

Alexx

Wow - that sounds amazing and the descriptions are making my mouth water! A great theme for a session.

ASMO

Thanks again for organising this, Johanna! It was such a thrill to meet other foodbloggers 'in the flesh' and I'm already planning a vegetarian feast where the lentil dumplings and soup will feature as guest stars!

Jeanne

Oh what fun we had... One day I may even get round to posting my version too!! Those lentil doughnuts just did it for me. Thanks again Padmaja for your invaluable knowledge and Johanna for hosting :)

Hillary

Maybe I'm just sitting hungry but I want that lentil doughnut and lentil soup SO badly! Not to mention the curry. I love curry because no matter how it is made, the flavor is always so saturated and aromatic. Mmmmm....delicious!

If you can, you should submit some of those recipes to www.Recipe4Living.com!

The Cooking Ninja

mmm...looks delicious. Cooking Indian food isn't very difficult except certain ingredients that we can find in some Asian shops in Europe but most of the time these Asian curry almost everything (dry or wet ingredients) you need to cook a nice Indian dish. :)

Maninas: Food Matters

The dishes look fantastic! I adore the tastes and aromas of Indian food.
I understand your the feeling of overcoming a slight fear of cooking Indian. I felt the same, until recently when I had a wonderful experience of cooking with my Indian friend at her home. Her wonderful ease, instictiveness and confidence when cooking showed me that indeed there is plenty of space for inspiration and experimentation! Since then, I made a few dishes from other blogs, some dishes we cooked together, and even had inspiration to invent some of my own.

Maninas: Food Matters

The dishes look fantastic! I adore the tastes and aromas of Indian food.
I understand your the feeling of overcoming a slight fear of cooking Indian. I felt the same, until recently when I had a wonderful experience of cooking with my Indian friend at her home. Her wonderful ease, instictiveness and confidence when cooking showed me that indeed there is plenty of space for inspiration and experimentation! Since then, I made a few dishes from other blogs, some dishes we cooked together, and even had inspiration to invent some of my own.

Eatlikeagirl

Looks wonderful! And sounds like a lovely afternoon. I can't wait to try these.

Kit

Those lentil doughnuts look wonderful. I have more of a block around deep-frying than around Indian cooking though. I would love to try that chicken dish too and learn to make chapathis.

aria

this all looks so fantastic. I'm recently getting into eating more Indian food. its not as common here in the states unfortunately. so delicious though. i made a fish curry stew last week although i'm not sure how truly authentic it would be considered.

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