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Sign up for 2 or more classes and receive 10% off.

SIgn up for 4 or more classes and receive a FREE “Masala Daan” a $40 value in addition to 10% off. Apply coupon code: DB80C0 at checkout.

You can choose classes from any 3 course categories: Regional Thaalis, One Pot Meals or Indian Tapas.  

 

You will receive your FREE Masala Daan at the completion of your first class. 

 

SIGN UP FOR 2 OR MORE CLASSES AND RECEIVE A 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL CLASSES. SIGN UP FOR 4 OR MORE CLASSES AND IN ADDITION TO 10% DISCOUNT RECEIVE A MASALA DAAN SPICE BOX (SPICES NOT INCLUDED), A $40 VALUE FOR FREE. 

 

AT CHECK OUT ENTER COUPON CODE: DB80C0

 

Located in Brooklyn Heights. For location details 

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A fun, creative twist on the mouthwatering classic street foods and small plates eaten throughout India. There is a wide variety of them in every region with the most famous being “Samosas.” Use your imagination to make your own favorites!

  • Aalu Tikki Chaat, from north India, are small potato patties stuffed with chickpeas, topped with yogurt, tamarind and mint chutneys. Bhel, originally from Maharashtra, is a crushed mixture of savory fried snacks doused with spicy chutney and chopped onions. A mixture of sprouted beans with chopped onions, tomatoes, pomegranate, crushed plantain chips and garlic chutney, is a healthier version. Both dishes are one of the most popular street foods throughout the country . Grilled paneer (Indian cheese) tikkas are a vegetarian option to the traditional chicken tikka made with spicy marinade. 
  • Scrumptious baked puffs filled with green plantains and peas are a lighter option to the deep fried Samosas, served alongside homemade apple mint chutney. Egg chapati (Indian thin flat bread) roll is a delicious street food, spiced eggs are cooked directly on the flat roti. Sundal is a south Indian snack made with spicy chickpeas and coconut.
  • Stuffed Mashed Potato parathas; a breakfast staple from northern India. Masaledaar Eggs made with Indian masalas are a creative take on the classic deviled eggs. Mutter toasts are mashed green peas and paneer (Indian cheese) on toasted Naan bread, a modern take on a side dish of mutter paneer. 
  • Mini Pudlas are pancakes, a Gujarati favorite made with a wide variety of variations, including mixed vegetables and sprouted beans. Rava Makai Dhokla are steamed Semolina and corn cakes usually made with soaking rice and split pigeon peas ground into batter that is fermented for a 8-10 hours and then steamed in batches to make thin cakes. It is eaten for breakfast, main course or just as a snack. This lighter and quick fermentation version is made with semolina. Stuffed seared hot peppers are a healthier take on the traditional fried mirch pakora (fritters).
 
Classes typically run 3-3 1/2 hrs. Class prices include the cost of the meal, 1 non-alcoholic welcome drink, and the class itself. 
 

BYOB wine or beer. Wine pairings can be recommended. The class is conveniently located in Brookly Heights, steps from the Brooklyn Promenade and near all major subways. Once you register your class, the address will be sent to you via email.

 

**Note: If you cancel two weeks before your class you will receive a full credit, which you can apply to another class. After that, you may send someone else in your place (please notify in advance if you're doing this). In the rare event that a class needs to cancel last minute, students will receive a full refund.

 

If you purchased through CourseHorse, then our Refund & Cancellation policy applies to your purchase. If you are entitled to a refund, or have any questions, please contact CourseHorse here.**

Small group and private classes.

Located in Brooklyn Heights.
For location details please CONTACT

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The photos of food are only a representation of what each meal will look like. The meal prepared during a class may vary occasionally, based on fresh produce available.

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