2nd December Spice Trip with Paulami: Workshop Indian Streetfood


About Spice Trip with Paulami:
Paulami comes from India and has been living in the Netherlands from 2017. Her passion of real Indian food made her start with teaching the long lost traditional and healthy style of cooking. She conducts Ayurvedic cooking sessions as well. If you are intrigued with Indian spices and want to learn how to incorporate them in your food, the workshops by her are your place to be.
During this workshop Paulami will teach how to make different kinds of Indian streetfood
  1. Samosa

It is a crispy and spicy Indian snack which has a crispy outer layer made of flour and rich filling of mashed potato, peas and spices. Samosa prepared with this recipe also has a mild lingering taste of coriander and cumin seed which makes it simply irresistible.

  1. Aloo Paratha

It is an Indian flat bread made with a stuffing of spiced potato, ginger mix. It is rolled with a filling inside and is done with a great art of not allowing the filling to spill outside while rolling the dough.

  1. Onion Pakora

Pakoras are fritters made with any vegetables mixed or dipped in gram flour and then deep fried. It is enjoyed as a snack with tea or coffee and often enjoyed during cold, rainy days in India.

  1. Mint Chutney

The most versatile green chutney ever possible is this chutney made with mint and coriander. It can be eaten as a side with almost anything Indian and can be used as a dip or salad dressing too.

  1. Tamarind Chutney

Indian Tamarind has a great tanginess and makes a great chutney enjoyed with samosas or pakoras. It is flavored with dates to bring the balance to the taste making it a perfect sweet & sour chutney.

  1. Bhelpuri

A snack with almost iconic status in the western region of India, bhel puri is a low-fat, nutritious, and delicious food. This is a puffed rice snack that can be eaten by the spoonful or scooped onto a flatbread or chips.

The workshop will start at 18:30, around 20:00 we will have diner

The workshop will be in English

The price of the workshop includes the use of all materials and while you have diner and enjoy the food you made we will do the dishes.

Drinks can be paid at the end of the evening with cash or pin.

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Tijdens de workshop wordt er natuurlijk wat gedronken en graag bieden we hier water voor aan. Verder hebben we heerlijke wijnen, leuke speciaal biertjes  en diverse soorten frisdrank.  Er is ook heerlijke koffie van Brandmeester. Dranken  kunnen na de workshop afgerekend worden met pin of cash



Karaf huiswijn (500cc) €12,50

Glas huiswijn €3,50

Elusia Pinot Grigio €25,50

Samarette Blanc €29,50


Karaf huiswijn (500cc) €13,50

Glas huiswijn €3,75

Vergel Rouge €24,50

Singla la Matine €29,50

Alcohol vrij

Vendôme €13,50


Plat Amsterdams & Amsterdam Bruist €3,95 per fles

Cola light, Cola light (blikje) €2,50

Cassis & Rivella €3,50 per fles

Biologische perensap/appelsap €3,75 per fles


Heineken €3,50

Heineken 0% €3,75

IJwitje €4,75


Koffie/ Espresso €2,-

Koffie verkeerd / Cappuccino €2,50

Thee €1,50

Gerard Doustraat 46, het huisje met de rode gevel

Esther’s Cookery kan je vinden op het volgende adres: Gerard Doustraat 46 1072 VT Amsterdam

Telefoon +31627008399

De kookstudio is vooral heel goed te bereiken met de fiets of met het openbaar vervoer, de uitgang van de NoordZuidlijn (halte Albert Cuypstraat) is 50 meter van de studio.
Als mensen met de auto komen kan je op zaterdag prima even stilstaan om in en uit te stappen. Mocht iemand willen parkeren kan het (betaald) op straat of anders in de parkeergarage die net geopend is onder de Hobbemakade, de uitgang van de garage is tegenover de Gerard Doustraat dus als je deze dan in loopt is het na 200 meter lopen aan de rechterhand.