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Makan My Curry: Katha Kadhi

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Step into the kitchens of 11 home cooks and be prepared to be blown away by the mouth-watering flavours of their traditional curries!

About this Event

We Singaporeans love eating curry. Assam Fish Head, Eurasian’s Devil’s Curry, Aloo Gobi and Tikka Masala – the possibilities are endless. How many of these curries have you tried?Makan My Curry brings Singaporeans into the homes of 11 different home cooks to hear more about the processes and stories behind their curries and culture.

What is Katha Kadhi?

Kadhi is a yoghurt or buttermilk-based dish. It hails from Northern India and its flavour profile varies based on the state it is served in. Gujarati kadhi is known for its distinctly sweeter and thinner base while Rajasthan has its own spicier variant. Generally, however, it can be described as creamier and lighter on the palate than the curries we are generally used to in Singapore. The dish is also made in Punjab and Om Prakash and is commonly served with rice or roti.

About the cook

Born in India, Ms Jain first moved to Singapore with her husband in 1998. Brought up in a large household, she picked up cooking just before she hit her teens.

Her version of katha kadhi was passed down from her grandfather. According to Ms Jain, the dish cannot be found in Singaporean restaurants and food stalls. As such, her daughter always looks forward to eating the dish whenever she makes it. Ms Jain generally serves the dish with a side of paaz ke pakode (“onion fritters”).

Details of the Programme

  • Language: English
  • Dates: 13 Dec (Sun) 10am-12pm & 2pm-4pm
  • Meeting place: Address will be sent to registered participants closer to the event (Nearest MRT: Bedok Reservoir)
  • Please arrive 15 minutes before the stated meeting time for registration and temperature taking. Our facilitators will be wearing our event t-shirt.
  • Parking is available at the event premise
  • Venue is wheel-chair friendly

What to bring?

  • Wear a mask and comfortable clothes (no Bermudas!)
  • Bring along hand sanitisers and a bottle of water
  • Asthmatic individuals are encouraged to bring their inhaler.

COVID-19 Safety Precautions

  • All participants must wear a mask.
  • All participants must complete the Safe Entry, health declaration and temperature taking before the event.

Instructions for Participants

  • Participants must abide by the house rules set out by the host (eg. out-of-bound areas, use of toilet). Facilitators will brief participants before the start of the programme.
  • This recipe is halal and it is suitable for vegetarians. Curry may contain traces of nuts, dairy and other allergens. Participants are reminded to declare their food allergies, if any, in the registration form.
  • In lieu of the recent COVID19, participants will be required to take their temperatures and submit a health declaration form for contact tracing. Please do not attend the event should you feel unwell.
  • There will be no refund if you wish to cancel your tickets.
  • By agreeing to participate in the activity, participants will be responsible for any injury, loss or damage due to negligence of other actions on his/her part or that of children under his/her charge.
  • It is compulsory for a parent/guardian to accompany any child of or under the age of 12 children under his/her charge.

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