What you'll do
There are many people who love Indian food. They want to cook it and learn more about it. Sometimes it looks a little challenging to learn the dishes you’ve ordered at the restaurant right away, but no worries: they’re not so daunting. We will begin this experience with tea. Lamb Vindaloo (Spicy curry of lamb with onion, ginger and garlic and other aromatic spices) Spicy Tangy Kadhai Chicken (Boneless chunks of chicken infused with all the aromatic spices) Cabbage Kofta (Small dumplings made of cabbage, lentils, cashews in tomato gravy) Raita–pieces of cucumber in yogurt and infused with cumin, coriander and chili Gajreli (Carrot halwa/pudding)–a dessert Onion Fritters with chickpea flour (Onion, mixed with chickpea flour and spices) While preparing each dish I encourage lots of questions, taking pictures and truly being a part of the dish's preparation. This is no cooking demo! Everybody will get a chance to experience of hands on cooking and making delicious and flavorful food. At the conclusion, we will sit together and enjoy the fruits of our labor. You will also be provided a copy of the recipes for the meals we create.
I’m Mukti Banerjee and I have always had a desire to share my passion of food with people. I think it’s important to empower everyone to cook for themselves, eat more nutritional diets, and to be happy and healthy. I decided to start Mukti's Kitchen when a few good friends insisted that I did something to let others know about my Indian cooking, and the variety and uniqueness of it. I grew up in Calcutta, India, where my mother and aunt taught me to cook. In 1986 I moved to the U.S. with my husband and have been here for the last three decades. I have taught thousands of New Yorkers so far in my own kitchen in Kensington. I look forward to sharing the flavors, healthy benefits, and healing properties of Indian spice with you.
I feel very happy to have ventured into this world of food, friendship and fun because it has made me extremely satisfied and…
sometimes I make lassi or masala chai as a drink.
Where you'll be
My own kitchen in Kensington, Brooklyn, NY USA When I cook the food of my native India, and when I teach the art of cooking to my students, I feel I am carrying forward the art and the spirituality that my mother, aunts and grandmothers have left with me.
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Wed, 23rd Oct From 11:00 to 14:00.
£120 per person
8 of 8 spots left
Keep these in mind
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Up to 8 guests aged 18 and up can attend.
It is private house in a residential area, you have to find parking or take public transportation, my house is very centrally located.
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