Indian cuisine has the most vegetarian options in the world. Indian vegetarian = a balanced, delicious diet.
Learn vegetarian dishes from all over India: classic curries, typical dishes found in restaurants in the West which are from North India; street food, and regional foods from Southern, Western and Eastern India. The menus are no-fuss, budget-conscious & healthy, and I use local ingredients like Kale and Broccoli. I never compromise on taste. And this is what the food looks like!
Good News: Indian spices you buy will keep for a year and you can sprinkle them on other foods too and have fun.
Time & Cost: Choose between a 2-hour class where you’ll learn 2 dishes and get a 3rd one to make on you own, or a 3-hour class where we will make 3 dishes. *The prices below include taxes.
- Cost is $100 Canadian* for one location (only 2 people can participate from one location).
- $65 per location if people book a private class from two or more locations for a 2-hour class.
- $75 per location if people book a private class from two or more locations for a 3-hour class.
- Maximum possible locations per class: 4
Special Family Rates: $150 for a family of 4 at one place for a 2-hour class and $175 for a 3-hour class. (Get your kids and teens involved.)
*Calculate the equivalent in your country currency for Europe, US, etc.
Please contact me to discuss cooking demos or other class formats and sizes.
2. You tell me by email what you want to learn (pick 2 dishes from a 3 dish menu for the 2-hour class), and we decide on a date & time. It’s important to tell me if you have any food allergies/intolerances so I can make sure we make dishes that are safe for you.
3. You pay me the full amount for the class by interac e-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
People outside Canada will need to pay using PayPal and we will split the transfer fees. You can use a credit card with PayPal.
4. I send you the recipes and you buy the ingredients. Plan ahead (a week or so) for the time to buy the spices. Spices for North Indian menus are available in large, Western food stores. For other spices you will need to shop at an Indian grocery (a discovery!) or order online. I can suggest a good, online, Indian grocery for Canada. Factor in time to order online.
5. Two days before the class you’ll get a what to prep email and an online link for the class, likely on Zoom. Most of the cooking is done during class, but depending on what you choose, there may be some prep. No special equipment is usually needed. A steamer or a rolling pin, once in a way, and a food processor.
6. We meet up online and I guide you step-by-step. My camera is focused on sizzling spices and flavour-filled pots! At the end you have a meal ready & recipes you can use forever. You also get the chance to ask questions about anything related to Indian cuisine. And I will send you that 3rd recipe if you chose the 2-hour format.
7. Full refund if you cancel 48 hours before class with $10 (overall) held back for admin. fees, or set another date for the class.
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Looking forward to meeting you. Namaste!