The kitchen is statistically the most dangerous room in a home because it contains the highest concentration of knives, open flames, and pots full of semi-living lobsters. Learn to navigate this danger zone with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for a three-hour Indian cooking class for one (a $128 value)
- $109 for a three-hour Indian cooking class for two (a $256 value)<p>
Two unique cooking classes instruct participants in the art of crafting vegetarian style Classic North Indian Cuisine such as chickpea curry, Indian chai tea, palak pakoras, saag panner. Alternatively, the gluten-free rice-based South Indian Exotic Escape class teaches students how to create dishes such as steamed cakes, upma, and rice and bean crepes. Students are also given an introduction to spices and their medicinal value. Classes are limited to 6—11 people and include demonstrations and hands-on cooking.
Mala's Indian Cooking Classes
Nutritionist and chef Mala Patel guides participants through a demonstration and hands-on, introductory class that covers essential spices and techniques of Indian cooking. Sessions such as classic vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisine, Street Side Foods and a samosa workshop ensure fingers don't get bored and wander onto other people's plates. Small classes consisting of no more than 10 chefs-in-training intimately explore meat and veggie dishes flavored by aromatic spices, garlic, ginger, and green chilies. Students use fresh, ingredients to prepare a meal from scratch and leave with a folder of all recipes covered during the class.
94% of 65 customers recommend
“I went with a group of friends/family and had a wonderful time. We learned a lot about the various spices used in Indian cooking, and the food was delicious. Mala is...”
“I went with a group of friends/family and had a wonderful time. We learned a lot about the various spices used in Indian cooking, and the food was delicious. Mala is very knowledgeable and has a great sense of humor!”
“It was a good demonstration class, not a lot of hands-on stuff other than frying some items and stuffing samosas. But if you want something where you learn about the...”
“It was a good demonstration class, not a lot of hands-on stuff other than frying some items and stuffing samosas. But if you want something where you learn about the various spices and some techniques it was good.”