Indian Cooking Class: Quick Dishes

Cook up some quick Indian dishes and sides in San Francisco.



4 hours Class size 4 to 10     label $125 - $200 ($125 for Public class (price per person), $200 for Private class (price per person))


If you've ever wanted to learn how to cook Indian dishes, then this cooking class is for you. You'll be guided through a simple feast that is an ideal dinner to recreate at home during the week when you're short on time.

Your teacher will introduce you to the aromatic spices from India and help you prepare a few easy dishes that quick to make and still taste delicious. Get stuck in and cook up a storm, all while learning more about Indian cookery.

Kick off the class with a light, traditional snack that will leave you hungry for more. It's a warm and encouraging atmosphere as we work in an everyday kitchen, this is ideal for getting you comfortable to recreate these dishes in your own home.

Once you've made your dishes, you'll sit down and enjoy them with your classmates. You'll also be enjoying a few naans and a traditional Indian dessert made by us.

When you need a unique birthday party, a team-building activity, or just fun things to do in San Francisco, this class will feed your stomach and your soul.

Sample menu

  • Vegetable Pakoras (Crispy vegetables in a gluten-free batter)
  • Aloo Gobi (Spiced potatoes and cauliflower)
  • Dal Fry (Lentils tempered with spices)
  • Karahi Chicken (Chicken in a spicy, tomato curry sauce)
  • Cucumber Raita (A refreshing yogurt side dish)
  • Pulao (A traditional rice dish flavored with whole spices sauteed in ghee)


Knowledge required
Beginner-friendly.
 
What you'll get
  • All supplies and ingredients you need to make all your dishes.
  • Plenty of beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Naans and a traditional Indian dessert to go with your meal.
What to bring
Just yourself!
 
Suitable for

This class is a great indoor activity idea for a birthday, bachelorette party, team building activity, corporate event, bachelor party or Christmas party.

This would also be a unique gift for her or gift for mum.

Location

Crimson Kitchen - 41 Newburg Street, San Francisco, CA

Your teacher
Crimson Kitchen
 
Crimson Kitchen


I am a travel enthusiast, mother of 2 boys, Indian immigrant, wine and tequila lover, a foodie, kitchen paraphernalia collector, and the biggest party thrower.

I teach Indian cooking classes in my tiny kitchen in SanFrancisco and at various cooking schools in the bay area. My classes are just as much about the community, as they are about the food which there is plenty of.

I have often been asked about my culinary background, to which I facetiously respond that I come from a culture that has been focused on food for the past five thousand years. Certainly, quite a resume! However, there is nuance of truth insofar the Indian cuisine has evolved through millennia to yield a rich and varied culinary repertoire. The gamut of Indian flavors is extensive, with a multitude of unique offerings from each of India’s thirty states.

Coming from a heritage that has food as the epicenter of most occasions, I found myself yearning to replicate the scrumptious delicacies, be it from high end Indian restaurants in Mumbai to street food in smaller towns such as Lucknow. The journey that ensued led to the creation of “Crimson Kitchen”, where I teach Indian cooking classes and cater events and parties. It’s my platform for bringing mystical Indian dishes and traditional recipes to a community that reveres food just as much as I do. So, here I am, to socialize my food and unveil new tastes that delight all.

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