Learn how to make the deliciously rich food of North Indian cuisine.£39.99
OMA IS YOUR PLACE TO EXPERIMENT
LEARN TO COOK NORTH INDIAN
Step into a North Indian Kitchen with everything you need to know to take your cooking to the next level.
Cook like a North Indian chef, with authentic pantry ingredients, stories, recipes and video masterclasses with Rohit Ghai.
BITESIZE LEARNING | FREE DELIVERY | FOR ALL LEVELS
What’s in the course?
The Oma Volume
Marinade in stories and recipes from masters of Indian Cuisine, including:
- Stories, such as ‘Anglo-Indian curries’ – an excerpt from The Philosophy of Curry.
- Classic recipes, such as Vada Pav, paratha and kheer.
- And more.
The course includes the hard to find ingredients:
- AJWAIN (CAROM SEEDS) – 50g (v)(gf)
- AMCHUR (MANGO POWDER) – 50g (v)(gf)
- ASAFOETIDA – 50g (v)
- GARAM MASALA – 50g (v)(gf)
- GRAM FLOUR – 500g (v)(gf)
- KASHMIRI CHILLI POWDER – 50g (v)(gf)
- TOOR DAL – 500g (v)(gf)
- FENUGREEK – 40g (v)(gf)
Members Area Access
Your exclusive platform hub with background to the cuisine, ingredient deep dives, additional recipes and 4 video tutorials from Rohit Ghai;
TADKA DAL | JEERA ALOO | FISH AMRITSARI | CHICKEN TIKKA MASALA
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Learn how to make authentic north indian food - Delicious cultural experience!
I hadn't cooked much Indian before but was given this course by a friend. Really enjoyed [ushing the boat out a bit and learning about the spices in Indian cooking.
Good way to learn how to cook properly tasty Indian food. Healthier know what does in your meal too!!
Really thoughtfully put together. Love cooking Oma dishes.
Oma Kitchen’s North Indian course is a game-changer for anyone who loves Indian cuisine. The ingredient kit had everything I needed to create authentic dishes at home, and the online videos were so informative. Can’t wait to try more courses
Meet our contributors
Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur, following a hugely successful decade on the London restaurant scene, Rohit now has several restaurants, including the much-acclaimed Kutir.
Indian cookery school teacher and self-proclaimed ‘Queen of Spice’, Ren strongly believes that once you ‘understand’ spices, the scare factor is lifted from Indian cooking.
Lorna Nanda Gangotra
Founder of The Little Indian Kitchen, chef and Indian cookery school teacher, Lorna is passionate about how central food is to bringing family and friends together.
London based food writer and author of ‘The Philosophy of Curry’, Sejal has written for magazines and newspapers, such as the Guardian
Celebrity chef, author and co-owner of ‘Brilliant Restaurant’ in Southall, Dipna recently opened a new site in Somerset House, London.
North Indian Kitchen