Sacramento Spice Shankari Easwaran

Online Indian Cooking Class at Sacramento Spice (Up to 44% Off).

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Customers can learn how to make original Indian dishes in the comfort of their own home

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29 ratings10 reviews
October 5, 2020
Always fun to cook with Shankari!😊
August 6, 2020
So happy to find someone to help me continue my education in Indian food! My Dad would be so thrilled! Love the classes, and they are great virtual. I can take this class from my home in Los Angeles, which is wonderful.
August 4, 2020
The instructor was patient and knowledgeable. The pace of the class was perfect for cooking along with. The resulting dish was tasty and healthy!
August 4, 2020
Best thing I've done in a long time! The classes are interactive, the ingredients are accessible, Shankari is very responsive and her stories are fun, and the food is just so good I had to sign up for more classes!
31 ratings18 reviews
August 8, 2020
Great class. Wonderful instructor. She explains things so well and gives many options. Can’t wait to take another class with her.
3 ratings3 reviews
August 1, 2020
Excellent class! Easy and accessible info on ingredients and process. Chef added personal experience and history that made this class special!
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July 30, 2020
Great classes! Informative, well planned and fun! Love the stories! I will definitely be enrolling in additional classes offered by Shankari.
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July 30, 2020
Shankari is a great instructor! I really enjoyed the class and am taking more in August. She is patient and has good explanations to questions.
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About This Deal

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  • Online cooking classes take place at 4 p.m. PST
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Cooking Class Schedule

October 25th, 2020 10:30 am PST

Crispy Samosa: Learn to make Crispy samosa, an iconic Punjabi street food, these pyramidal pastries are stuffed with a spicy potato filling and served with mint chutney and a cup of piping hot cardamom/ginger chai.  We will learn to make the dough, filling, and deep fry in class

Steps to take class

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  • Cooking Class Schedule Visit the business page for a full schedule and description of classes

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Online redemption only. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gift(s). If you make a reservation through Groupon, you may cancel or change your reservation up to 4 hours before its start time. Otherwise, vouchers booked through Groupon will be redeemed and the deal’s promotional value and amount paid will expire. Redeemed vouchers may not be refunded or rescheduled - this also applies to no-shows. Your name and email address will be shared with this merchant to facilitate your reservation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Sacramento Spice

Shankari's love for eating and reminiscing about food started very young. She comes from a large extended family and every celebration was a reason for a lot of cooking and a lot of food. Many a conversation involved food. They always had piping hot food that was cooked from morning through dinner. Breakfast involved discussions about the lunch menu and lunch involved asking what was for tea and dinner at night. Yes, food obsessed. No wonder, her love for food and cooking.

Her earliest memories are of waking up to the sound of the kettle and her mother tapping the lid of the coffee filter. The ting, ting sound that stainless steel lid made was our wake up call for strong, fresh coffee made café au lait style.

She truly missed her mom’s home cooking when she left home. Take out never compensated and she called home asking for specific recipes to recreate the memories and taste of her mom’s food. She tried to replicate recipes from her memories of when she would sit on the counter and watch her mother cook. She also bugged her sister at work (so she says) for recipes and methods of how her mom would prepare certain dishes. She tried to replicate dishes that she had with friends when eating out. Thus, began a lifelong passion that has endured.

She has been sharing her love for cooking through classes past 12 years. She offers cooking classes in Sacramento and surrounding areas. She also give guest lectures to the culinary students at The American River College every semester.

She loves to eat and travel her way through different countries and she invites you join her in this culinary journey.