Indian food is considered to be messy, unhealthy, very spicy, and hard to assemble. There is also a misconception that Indian cooking relies a lot on curry powder and other hard to find spices. The truth is all the local grocery stores carry the basic spices needed in any Indian kitchen.
Like any other cuisine, if you learn the techniques involved in Indian cooking, you too can recreate Indian dishes in your own kitchen. Most dishes require no special equipment. Traditional Indian cooking calls for fresh ingredients and minimal preservatives.
Through her cookery workshops, Monika is trying to break all the stereotypes associated with Indian cooking. Join her for a unique cooking and dining experience.
Her workshops are usually 90 minutes followed by 30 minutes dining experience of the meal prepared during the workshop. You will always get recipe cards at end of each class.
Wednesdays: 1.00 pm – 3.00 pm.
Saturdays : 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Friday/Saturday : 5:00 pm- 8.30 pm ( Reserved for private events only)
Please check the class schedule here and reserve your spot by writing an email to firstname.lastname@example.org