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Come and enjoy the street food experience of Banarasi with out home-chef in Delhi. This is your quickest ticket to Varanasi when visiting the capital.
Sector 5, Dwarka, New Delhi
Max. 6 diners
Culture, temples, Ghats, Ganga Aarti, rich traditions are the words which instantly pops up when we mention the holy city of Lord Shiva, Varanasi or Banaras. Besides its age old tradition it is also famous for its mouth watering varieties of chat, samosa, chooda matar, kachori, baati chokha and world famous sweets. Spicy, sweet, salty and tangy - the city has all the flavours! Not to forget the Chai, drops of heaven which in itself is a force to reckon with. And the varieties are numerous! From special ginger, to lemon, to cardamom, to masala tea, they can make you a fan of tea for lifetime!! Street food is the safest, freshly prepared and ready to eat food , above all prepared from fresh ingredients sold by vendors and hawkers found in Galis of Benaras. The munching and eating is not complete untill you chew the world famous " Benarsi paan". It is the must have when in Varanasi. Paan is prepared from beetle nut leaves, lime(vedic period source of calcium)and mixture of condiments. We can also try sweet version of Paan filled with sweetened rose petals, fennel seeds and soft chewy supari.
At my home, you will buy the quickest ticket to the amazing street food of Banaras. My meals are specially prepared with love and in hygenic conditions. The recipes for the food is generations old and will certainly suit your palate. In this cook and dine experience, you will get a chance to make Samosa (a triangular-shaped deep-fried snack) along with Indian chai (tea). You can also try your hand in preparing Laung Lata, a traditional sweet made from flour and mava (milk solids). So what are you waiting for, join in!
The entire experience will last for about 2-3 hours.
Please Note - This is not a professional cooking class but rather an opportunity to cook and dine with a local home-chef. The experience will be as much about the stories around the food and local culture, as it would be about the meal itself.