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We are excited to be linking up with Heart & Parcel for an online cookalong on Thursday 11th February when Paramita will be showing us how to cook her Crispy Spiced Potato Pastries with Masala Tea.
This event is for Partisan Members with the cost of a ticket partially covered by Partisan. If we sell all twelve tickets then we’ll also get to donate extra proceeds beyond the class cost price to Heart & Parcel.
The cookalong is on Thursday 11th February from 6PM. The ingredients list and zoom invite will be emailed out once attendees have purchased their spot. The cost of a ticket is per household.
Read more about Paramita and Heart & Parcel below.
Six English language learners and expert home cooks have put themselves forward to challenge their English language communication skills… by teaching you how to cook from the comfort of your own home! More background about the project here: https://bit.ly/3mQUjnJ
PARAMITA | Crispy Spiced Potato Pastries with Masala Tea
A bit about Paramita:
“Hi, I am Paramita Raha. I am from Bangladesh and have been living in the U.K for the last one and a half year. I have been learning English and also teaching myself how to code! I was also working at Dominos Pizza before the lockdown. Food means everything to me. I believe food can bring together people from all layers of society: from rich to poor, people of different cultures. Cooking is a magic that exists within everyone. I decided to take part in the Heart & Parcel Open Kitchen’s project to learn about new cuisines and also to share the traditional Indian cooking that are not commonly found in the restaurants but are cooked in many Indian households every day. I am excited to participate in the Open Kitchen project”.
Paramita will be leading a class through making Shingara (সিঙ্গারা), a very popular snack in Bangladesh. These incredible crispy fried pastries filled with spiced potato will be served with aromatic tea. Paramita insisted that she add a recipe for masala tea in her cookalong because apparently you must try Shingara with masala tea. It is the tradition!
Join us to learn something new, hear more about Paramita and her life, and about Heart & Parcel