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Ahmedabad is a city full of life, colour and lots of food. The people of Ahmedabad are known to be big-hearted and loving people. Their love of food can be seen with the number of food parks they have in the city. But relishing a traditional meal with a local family is a total different experience. Getting to enter a local home, meet the family, cook with them and enjoy a meal with them at their dining table.
Based in Ahmedabad city, my home is where I do host a lot of parties, get-togethers, etc. An outgoing, funloving personality, who likes to mingle with people and create a lasting impression, that's the way my friends and family describe me. I am known for hosting surprise parties, get-togethers and make everyone comfortable during these meetups. I like to travel, explore new place and meet new people. I make an effort to familiarise myself with new customs and cultures where ever I travel. I am passionate about cooking as it helps me express my true self and give a long lasting experience. Cherishing amazing memories and experiences are my self preserved treasures and I would love to increase these experiences as much as I can.
For this experience, you can join me in the kitchen to learn and cook all about Gujarati food. I shall introduce you to the local spices, vegetables and lentil that we use in our everyday cooking. You can learn to make your own dough for Roti/Thepla ( wheat based Indian flatbread) and learn to roll and fry them as well. You must know how Gujarati's love their Dal (A lentil based curry). I shall show you the ingredients and we shall learn making that as well.
After a fun and interactive cooking class make yourself comfortable at the dining table where I shall serve you a home cooked family meal.


Welcome drinks
3 course meal with desserts and accompaniments 


Transportation charges
Any Other Personal Expenses Or Tips


Gujarati food originated from Gujarat, the western coastline state of India, often referred to as "Jewel of Western India".
Gujarati cuisines are not only varied and lip smacking but also high in nutritional value.
Different cooking styles and combination of spices are incorporated in preparing different dishes marking uniqueness of each.
Gujarati dishes usually have a very subtle taste that makes it truly distinct from other Indian cuisines.


Additional Information

Welcome drink : Green mag nu pani - A healthy drink filled with nutrients, made from mung beans. First course : Dal vada/ kache kela na vada - Fried fritters made with either lentils or raw banana mixed with homemade spices. Second course : Vaal nu shaak/butter beans curry - Soft and freshly soaked butter beans cooked in a delicious curry. Batata ni sukhi bhaji - Boiled potatoes finished off with a tempering of spices fresh coriander. Bhnida nu bharelu shaak (stuffed ladyfingers) - Tender pieces of lady finger slit and filled with a spice mix and cooked in a home style curry. Yellow mung ni chuthi dal - Split mung bean cooked till soft and finished with a sizzling tempering of spices
steamed rice. Roti/ thepla. Accompaniments : Buttermilk. Pickle. Papad. Dessert : Sukhdi - An indian sweet made with wheat flour cooked in clarified butter and sweetened with jaggery. 


Please Note - This is not a professional cooking class but rather an opportunity to cook and dine 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.
Amenities :
Parking in nearby area
Other points to note :
No alcohol 
Shoes to be removed inside the home
No smoking

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