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Children in the Midlands have been taught how to make the Birmingham Balti in lessons at school.
It is part of a new new award developed by Birmingham City Council to give people useful skills that will help them find a job.
Jane Harris, programme director for the Birmingham Baccalaureate said the award will be "rolled out on a wider scale" in 2014.
School children in the Midlands will begin learning how to cook the Birmingham Balti this month as part of the scheme. Ms Harris said:
The Birmingham Balti will become part of the curriculum for school children in the city.
The special lesson plan forms part of the new Birmingham Baccalaureate, aimed at helping children to develop real-world skills.
Andy Munro, chairman of the Birmingham Balti Association, said:
This month children in Birmingham will be taught how to cook the perfect Balti in schools.
It is part of a new award developed by Birmingham City Council aimed at giving young people useful skills which could help them get a job.
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