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Make a vegan pahadi khichdi in Delhi, and check out the Bangalore Pantry


As with every weekend, there’s lots of stuff to do in our metros. If you are in Delhi and curious about vegan food, you should check out the gig below at Devang House. On the other hand, if you are a Bangalorean and want some robust fare, The newly opened Bangalore Pantry could be the answer.

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Make Pahadi Khichdi and more at Devang House, Delhi

The cafe at Devang House, in Chanakyapuri, in Delhi, is hosting a cooking studio that will focus on organic and vegan Indian cooking. The organic cafe regularly holds cooking classes that focus on health and wellness. The vegan cooking class will make use of organic ingredients that are sourced from farms that the cafe sources from. The class will be a three-hour long affair, in which the participants will make, among others, Haryali Kabab, Pahadi Khichdi, Besan Chilla and a Pineapple & Millet Anthai (kheer). “The idea is to inform participants about vegan recipe substitutions that can go into these traditional Indian dishes, which don’t take away from the flavour and taste,” said Kriti Paul Gera, chief community officer at Devang House. “Olive oil and mustard oil will be used as substitutes for ghee in the main dishes. The dessert, the anthai, is made only with water,” said Priyam Kumar, executive chef at the cafe.

Where: Devang House, Amatrra, The Ashok Hotel, 50-B, Diplomatic Enclave,
Chanakyapuri, New Delhi – 110021
When: Saturday, September 24
Time: 12pm to 3pm
Cost: Rs 1,700
Call: 9560764151, or register online at www.devang.house/collections/events/products/vegan-indian-cooking

 Check out The Bangalore Pantry


If you are a regular at Toit, you would have noticed this cosy little place that opened its doors recently. The Bangalore Pantry is a tribute to some of Bangalore’s iconic cafes and eateries, and serves a bunch of things from across the country, including Mutton Cutlet Pav, Kheema Ghotala and the Khara Bun Congressand Goan Sausage pav. From the looks of it, it looks like a nice place to either grab a quick bite, or chill for a bit over some Calcutta-style beetroot cutlets and coffee.

Where: The Bangalore Pantry, 298/299, Upper Ground Floor, 100 Feet Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore
Price: Rs 500 for two (approx.)
Call: 080 45128596