North Indian Cooking Class


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In a Nutshell

Veteran cook teaches you how to craft North Indian cuisine, such as chicken tandoori or palak paneer, and then you dig in during dinner

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Sep 28, 2014. Amount paid never expires. This deal is for the purchase of a ticket. Reservations required prior to attending event. Dates subject to capacity and cancellation. Refundable only on day of purchase. Min. of 5 participants or experience subject to cancellation. No value after experience date & time have passed. Gratuity included. Must be 18+. Apron provided. By completing your purchase, you agree that the email address you provide will be shared with SideTour for marketing purposes and as described in SideTour’s Privacy Policy. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $60 for one admission to a North Indian cooking class and dinner with Afsari Jahan
  • Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
  • You must reserve your date here in advance of the event

The event will be held at a private Bay Ridge location. The exact address will be shared after purchase.

Each event is capped at 6 purchasers.

What You'll Do

Just as infants naturally learn languages in the home, there are few places better for picking up new cooking skills than in a cozy kitchen. Join veteran chef and native of Bangladesh Afsari Jahan in her home, where you'll learn how to prepare flavor-packed North Indian dishes. After Asfari touches on the cultural importance of each dish and the unique spices used to create it, you'll head into the kitchen to prepare a delicious four-course dinner.

  • Mingle and Enjoy a Cup of Tea
    As your fellow guests arrive, you'll sip on a cup of ginger or chai masala tea while Asfari details the menu

  • Cook a North Indian Meal
    Prepare and dig into such delicacies as pakoras, chicken tikka masala, palek paneer, chapati, and golabjamun—a milk dumpling served in sweet syrup

  • Create These Dishes at Home
    Afsari encourages guests to take pictures and notes, and you'll head home with printed copies of each recipe

Your Host

Afsari Jahan Afsari Jahan
Home Chef

When Afsari Jahan moved from Bangladesh to the United States 20 years ago, she quickly became homesick for the food. Working from her mother's recipes, she threw herself into cooking Bangladeshi cuisine to maintain a connection with her homeland, soon venturing into catering with a focus on North Indian cuisine. Today she continues to share her skills with the world, working at the nonprofit Restaurant Opportunity Center and Émigré Gourmet, a catering and cooking-class organization she helped found.

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