Prashad brings an early alternative Christmas to The Cooking School at Dean Clough

Customers at The Cooking School will be learning how to make the “Jewel of Gujarati Cuisine” on a new course with Gordon Ramsay’s favourite Indian Restaurant Prashad.

T’is the season to entertain and Prashad will be delivering a special one-off course to offer their unique take on alternative options for a Christmas meal. “Batsai Kichdi” is the jewel of Gujarati cuisine, a decadent rice feast with layers of vegetables, rice and yoghurt. Kaushy says “This dish is my own creation and one of which I am very proud. It combines spicy rice and dhal, aubergine curry, creamy yoghurt, fried peppers an crunchy onions to become the royalty of rice dishes and a full meal in itself!”

Matthew Benson-Smith, Director of The Cooking School said, “This is another unique a delicious course from our friends at Prashad, which gives an alternative idea for Christmas cooking. It’s been a fantastic experience working with Prashad, not only do they always lead excellent sold out cooking courses but they are also regularly involved with our Focus on Food campaign which aims to improve the teaching of cooking within schools.”

Prashad have also recently launched a cookbook, which will be available on the day and can be signed by Kaushy.

In July The Cooking School at Dean Clough and Prashad Restaurant, Bradford celebrated a year working in partnership on their “Secrets of Prashad” cooking course and dates are already confirmed into 2013 – with dishes from the new book being selected for those courses.

Customers can book now at