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Savor home-cooked Punjabi food along with a fun cooking class and an Indian Saree draping session!
Five Gardens, Matunga, Mumbai
Max. 4 diners
Based in the central part of Mumbai, my home is located near Five Gardens, one of the oldest suburbs of Mumbai. I am a passionate chef cum caterer. I am very passionate about cooking and specialize in regional Punjabi, Haryanavi and Marwari cuisines. I have been judging cooking competitions and do food consultations and restaurant setups. I have been part of the top 30 in Masterchef India in season 2 and 5. For this meal, I intend to prepare the regional and rustic flavors of Punjab. There is a lot more than Dal Makhani and Chole which I intend to teach you. All the food served would be pure veg and made with local and seasonal vegetables. As I welcome you to my home, you can make yourself comfortable on the sofa. A saree is worn traditionally by a lot of Indian women across all cultures and religion. I will teach you how to drape a traditional saree and you can continue to enjoy the meal experience in it if you wish. If you aren't tired as yet, join me in the kitchen to make fresh phulka's (wheat based Indian flatbreads). Right from kneading the dough to rolling out the dough balls, learn to do it yourself. I will be there to assist you in rolling out your own flatbreads and roasting them on the pan too. Post the cooking session, you can sit back relax and enjoy the scrumptious meal with me and my family. Please Note - I can also arrange for a local Mehendi artist to come and apply it on your hand. Mehendi is the Indian art (temporary tattoo) done with colour which does wear off within a week. This activity will be at an additional charge of Rs 200 and will be done with a minimum of 2 people. This activity will happen after your cooking and meal experience. The entire meal experience will last for 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.