Indian cooking lesson with Shilpa
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Indian cooking lesson with Shilpa
Min: 1 Max: 4
Welcome drink - Panaka
Indian style lemonade..This is popularly called as "Panaka" in south India.. It's summer drink to quench thirst from heat. As it contains lime and sugar, this lemonade prevents from dehydration in summers...
Tangy salad made of sprouts, fruits and veggies.. Germination of seeds (grains) is a process called as sprouting... Sprouted salad is protein packed salad... And has less calories...
Deep fried onion tempura with minty and tangy sauce... Also called as "Kanda Bhajji".. Its a mouth watering Indian snack or starter which is enjoyed with mint & tangy sauces...best snack on rainy evenings or winter days
Chapati also popularly called as "Roti" is flat bread made from whole wheat flour..They serve as the integral part of Indian cuisine and can be enjoyed with variety of curries...Roti has more carbohydrates and proteins with very less fats..
Mix vegetable curry
Mix vegetable curry is a versatile dish that makes a decent side dish with rice, rotis as well as dosas. This dish can be prepared with seasonal / favourite veggies, with rich cashew base and spices...
Egg plant pulao
Eggplant pulao is a rice preparation of Indian basmati rice cooked with stir fry eggplant and powdered spices (pulao masala) ... It's perfect for lunch/dinner or lunch box..It is flavourful and can be enjoyed with curry or raita..
Raita is yogurt based dishes that are often served as accompaniments with main course indian dishes (pulao/biriyani)..As yogurt is cooling so most raitas are good for beating heat..
Traditional yogurt based drink which is prepared with yoghurt, mango pulp and sugar/ honey... This Smooth, creamy drink topped with pinch of cardamom powder makes it heavenly ..
Spice is the essence of life ... And spices are the essence of Indian cooking
Minasama Namaskara (Greetings from India)...I am Shilpa from India, to be specific - Bangalore, South India. I have been living in Tokyo with my husband and 8 year old daughter for three years now. We are enjoying our stay, thanks to our Japanese friends who have welcomed us and treated us like one among them.
We don't think there is any other country in the world like Japan which has accepted other cultures so easily without letting go its own. They have treasured their culture and we respect them for their big heartedness.
Every part of India has its own cusine, these cuisines vary significantly from each other and use locally available spices, herbs, vegetables and fruits. My family is ovo-lacto vegetarian (diet includes eggs n dairy products).
I have been training in India for long and would like bring to Japan the South Indian cuisine which is full of spices and aroma. My recipes are a little different from normal Indian recipes. I hope you will like them. My husband keeps inviting so many Japanese friends to my house for lunch / dinner and I must say that they all like it.
I am very passionate about my cooking and taste and wish that you all love the way we uses the spices and have a good experience at my place. Looking forward to meeting you soon!!!!
Max. guests: 4
Min. guests: 1
Items to bring: apron, small towel, note pad, (tupperware, freezer bags)
About leftovers: after eating, please make sure you check with the host what can be taken home. Food taken home remains your own responsibility, so please be careful about food poisoning etc.
Payment should be made before the lesson. We accept credit card or bank transfers.
On the booking page you’ll be able to select your booking method and see payment instructions.
Cancellations are possible after making a booking. Refunds are as shown below:
・If cancellation is made more than 10 days before the lesson (AM0:00): 100％ refund
・If cancellation is made between 5 and 10 days before the lesson (AM0:00): 50％ refund
・If cancellation is made less than 5 days before the lesson (AM0:00): no refund
Target：「Over 16 years old (only adults)」