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Come to savour traditional flavours of Tamil Nadu with a cooking class followed by a home cooked meal at my home in Mumbai, India
BG Kher Road, Worli, Mumbai
Max. 4 diners
I am an HR professional turned Food Consultant and home chef. Using traditional recipes passed down from my grandmother, I endeavour to bring a little bit of Chennai to the plates and hearts of my guests. Welcome to my home in Worli, Mumbai where you will get to experience the authentic flavours of Chettinad cuisine. It is the regional cuisine of the Chettiar commuity of Tamil Nadu and is slightly tilted towards the spicier side. There is a plethora of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes for you to enjoy - may it be the Paruppu Vadai or the Chettinad Pepper Chicken Fry. It will be an informal seating where you can make yourself comfortable on the dining table or in the living room area. Don't hold back when it comes to going back for more servings of the food, it's unlimited!For the cooking class, you can accompany me to the kitchen to learn and have some fun too. We shall start with the preparing the filter coffee. A filter coffee is a must have in every Tamil household and is made following a fascinating technique. I shall be glad you let you know where you can get your small coffee filter to take back home. Till the coffee is being brewed, we can start with the prawns. You can marinate, coat and then batter fry them. For vegetarian diners, I will teach you how to make the Paruppu Vadai which are Deep fried lentil fritters. Every home has their different varitions of making dosa. I shall show you my version and then you can try your hand at making one or two. This would be a fun and interactive class so do not hestiate to ask me any questions about my cuisine, ingredients or culture.The entire experience will last 3-4 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.