EventsCooking with Project Feast: Pakistani Street Food

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Cooking with Project Feast: Pakistani Street Food

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM


For adults and teens. Younger children are welcome with adult or older sibling.

Presented by Kausar Ahmed, Chef Instructor, Project Feast.

Pakistan is known for its distinctive street foods-food sold from portable market stalls. One of the most popular street foods is chana chaat, a traditional chickpea and potato salad mixed with a spicy, tangy, sweet tamarind sauce, and topped with chopped onions, tomatoes and papri (crunchy chips). The paratha roll is equally popular, with chicken bites marinated in aromatic spices, grilled to perfection, and rolled in a paratha cooked in ghee. With a drizzle of chutney and a garnish of sliced onions and tomatoes, the roll is ready to eat! 

We will make both street foods in this class.

Please register by 9pm on April 21. You will get a Zoom link the day of the event. Please check your spam folder and contact Carrie  if you do not receive the link.

Project Feast is a nonprofit organization located in historic downtown Kent. Their mission is to provide culinary training to immigrants and refugees, thus preparing them for careers or entrepreneurship in the food industry. Project Feast engages and enriches our community through intercultural exchange by sharing the apprentices' stories and cuisine.

Suitable for:
Teens (Ages 13 to 17)
Adults (Ages 18 and older)
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