Let us learn essential Indian Cuisine and have fun together!
ABOUT THIS CLASS
Indian cooking classes for beginners
This is an introduction to the Indian spices/ utensils that you should keep in your pantry to cook
basic Indian recipes
Spices are the foundation for Indian cooking. They can transform any dish into a tasty meal and
give life to even the simplest ingredients. Like ground spices loose their flavor more quickly
than whole spices. So it’s a good idea to get whole spices in larger quantities and then make
ground spices or spice blends in smaller quantities. Usually ground spices stay good for 4 to 6
months and whole spices are good for a year.
Example - Garam Masala - It is one of the most important mixes of spices which is used to
flavour egg, chicken, lamb, or veg curries.Like in the northern and western Indian cooking it
might contain everything from coriander and cumin seeds to mustard seeds, the Bengali
version, in its most basic form, is made up of cardamom, cinnamon, and cloves. The preparation
is simple. We dry-roast a blend of the whole spices to awaken their dormant flavours and
powder them—either by hand or in an electric grinder. If stored in an airtight container, the
masala can keep for months.
Is your group larger than the listed max group size for private groups?
Do you need a specific date and it is not listed? Do you need a specific duration?
Please send us a message to accommodate your request. You may also book a private session with a menu of your choice. Pricing is per person.
Can´t wait to cook with you!
MEET YOUR CHEF'S
Chef Kumar cooks traditional Indian recipes prepared in home kitchens, as well as some of the most beloved dishes found on the streets and restaurants in different parts of the country. While she shares some of the classic recipes with her audience on social media, she also loves to explore the history and origin of those dishes. For Chef Kumar, cooking is an art and it always makes her happy :)
Chef Kumar has an Indian cooking & food history channel on Youtube, where she documents all her dishes along with the food histories. Currently, she is working on a food documentary now with one of the biggest celebrity chefs in India as an executive producer. The script for this documentary has been written by Chef Kumar.
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