Authentic Virtual Cooking Class with Dessert from Mumbai, India
If you’re looking to add options when it comes to your household’s dinner plans, this virtual cooking class live from Mumbai teaches you to make authentic Indian dishes without stepping foot outside your home. Your instructor shows you on Skype, Whats-app the step-by-step process of how to make popular, Mumbai-inspired food such as Pav bhaji and Sheer Khurma, straight from our home kitchen in Mumbai.
What to Expect
My mom is the chef and she’s based in Mumbai. Coming from a very traditional Indian Family, she learned cooking these authentic recipes from her mom and her older sister. In 2017 she started food cooking tours and Pav Bhaji is one of the most popular dishes in Mumbai (India). This Maharashtra delicacy is served in almost all big hotels and roadside eateries, and has a savory taste. It is a thick vegetable curry made from seasonal vegetables, potatoes, tomatoes and onions served with Pav (bun), which is bread roll topped with butter. It is best served hot. The word 'Pav' comes from the Portuguese word for bread and 'Bhaji' in Marathi means a vegetable dish. Sheer Khurma is a traditional Indian sweet dessert made for festivals and occasions. As we are bringing this authentic experience to you from our small home in India, we hope you understand that we are not able to deliver professional-level videography, but will do our absolute best to bring you an incredible cooking experience by explaining you everything and share our culture with you!
Learn from a Mumbai local how to cook traditional Indian dishes
Enjoy a cooking class experience from your own home
Know your ingredient list ahead of time, so you can be fully prepared
A real-time connection allows you to ask questions as you go
Meet our family, learn about our culture, our home, and our delicious food
Live interactive cooking class Personal chef (who is a Mumbai Local) Connection in real time
Ingredients list on you book the slots
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
As it’s a virtual cooking class, please ensure your internet connection is working properly
Please share with chef if you are allergic to any of the ingredients
Please note this is not a professional cooking class but rather an opportunity to cook and learn 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.
As we are bringing this authentic experience to you from our small home in India, we hope you understand that we are not able to deliver professional-level videography, but will do our absolute best to bring you an incredible cooking experience and share our culture with you!
This activity will have a maximum of 6 people