Chef Shankari will give you an introduction to Indian spices and walk you through all the recipes in the class. They are fun and interactive as we cook, share stories and learn.
How do I sign up for a cooking class?
Send an email to [email protected] or sign up here with the name and date of the class you are interested in and make a payment via paypal/Venmo/Credit Card The price for each class is indicated below
Will you send a shopping list?
Recipes and Zoom information will be sent a week before classes. This gives you ample time to shop
Do you offer Private and Team Building Classes?
I offer virtual & in-person team building classes, private classes for families to celebrate Birthdays, Virtual Family Reunions. This is customized based on needs and dietary restrictions
Do you offer in-person classes?
Please give us a call or email us and we can plan one!
Please contact the chef if you have any allergies for substitutions.
Disclaimer: If you want a raincheck or a refund, please do so before the recipe is shared. Recipe is always shared one week before the class. If you miss a class you have already paid for, the video recording of the class will be shared with you.
January 28th, 1pm PST- Introduction to Indian spices – $25 ( vegetarian and Vegan)
Unravel the mystery of spices and their medicinal properties. The challenge always is the umpteen number of spices in a recipe. We will use less than 5 spices in each dish and pack it with flavors
Stove top roasted sweet potatoes with coriander and cayenne or paprika
Sweet, spicy, tangy, and crunchy Cabbage salad with apples
Yellow Rice – Learn to cook rice in a fail-free way
February 4th, 1 pm PST – Feast of India – $25 ( Vegetarian)
Vegetable Biriyani is an aromatic flavorful rice dish loaded with vegetables, spices, saffron, and herbs.
Paneer Tikka Masala ~ Paneer marinated with spices and yogurt, grilled and tossed in a creamy tomato sauce
Pineapple Raitha – Grilled pineapple with beaten yogurt and cumin
February 25th, 1 pm PST Prep and cook for the week – $40
Let’s make dishes that will last for a week and are freezer friendly
Black-eyed peas curry with coconut milk and spices
Saag Chicken – Restaurant style, healthy and quick with fresh spinach and spices
Daal Tadka – Cooked dal with a tempering that makes all the difference
Mung Bean Kitchari – split mung beans and basmati rice mildly spiced that heals the gut