Would you care to learn how to make some of the most famous Indian dishes? In that case, stick with me because I know all about 4 Indian cooking classes in NYC and NJ.
I am used to having an NYC classes articles to cover, but this time, New Jersey also came up. Apparently, Indian people are keeping their secret recipes for their dishes so good that only a few chefs around the globe managed to get them and share it with the rest of the world. Taking an online class or reading online recipes can’t do some harm, but it isn’t the same, especially when it comes to international food that you never tried out before. First of all, the proportion and the volume isn’t always the same and it is handy to have some more experienced chef to help you out at least for your first time.
Indian cooking classes are charged between $55 and $175 and they offer both individual and group classes. Depending on your desires, you can attend classes that will teach you how to make the South Indian Vegetarian dishes, Indian Tapas, Regional Thaalis, Chicken Tikka Masala, Indian famous traditional curry, Lamb Vindaloo, and Mukti’s Kitchen placed in Brooklyn also offers the CHEF’S EXCLUSIVE package where you will be taught by experienced Indian chefs how to make dishes like Saag Paneer, Pakora, Butter Chicken, and Paratha.
Are you already excited? Cause I know I am. I never tried attending these classes before, just because I never had time to learn new things, not even when they were thought of online tutors or the ones who will come to your home to help you out. To be honest, I really don’t like strangers coming into my house. Luckily for me, all of our family friends have someone working in the different field so every electrician, plumber, or a construction worker who steps into my house is someone who I am already very familiar with. But I don’t mind going into some official kitchen where there will be more people around me, having fun, and the joined meal after we are done the cooking. I am already working on clearing up my schedule, are you too? If you do, check out these 4 Indian cooking classes in NYC and NJ, and if you already attended some of them, let me know how it went.