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Bowls of colourful and fragrant herbs and spices on a patterned table cloth.
CLose-up of the herbs, seeds and spices used in a Bangladeshi curry.
Spoonfuls of colourful and aromatic spices.
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Make a 'Panch Phoron' Bangladeshi spice blend

Instructor
Dina Begum
Regular price
Free
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  • Food and Drink
  • Type: Taster Course

In this short course, Dina Begum, British-Bangladeshi food writer and cook, shows you how to make a traditional Panch Phoron, a fragrant, aromatic, five spice blend. 

Dina is passionate about food traditions and stories and wrote the Brick Lane cookbook which captures the energy and culinary fusion of the East End of London.

This course includes:

  • Ingredients and equipment list
  • Video of Dina showing you how to make the Panch Phoron spice blend
  • Downloadable and printable Panch Phoron recipe

Progress onto Dina's full course Learn how to make Bangladeshi spice blends and curries on Yodomo.  

This course contains videos that feature verbal instructions. We’re working to add closed captions for each of our videos and we hope to complete this soon. In the meantime, a transcript for the videos in this course is available upon request. Please let us know if you require this in the notes section at checkout.

'Dina's modern Bangladeshi recipes are mouthwatering.' Sumayya Usmani, cookbook writer and broadcaster

Dina Begum

Dina Begum

Dina Begum is a British-Bangladeshi food writer and cook who is passionate about food traditions and stories. Her recipes have been featured in The TelegraphHuffington Post and Metro, for which she has written a series highlighting the delicious and underrepresented cuisine of Bangladesh. Dina's debut cookbook The Brick Lane Cookbook celebrates the diverse food culture of London’s iconic Brick Lane.