Oriental Cooking Classes in Bangalore

Our Oriental Cooking Classes in Bangalore comprise two very popular cooking styles in the world – Chinese and Thai.

Thai Cooking Classes in Bangalore

Thai food, in a good restaurant, can be super-delicious and most Thai food ingredients have great health benefits.  It’s so good that Deepali actually wrote a blog about it years ago.

Chinese Cooking Classes in Bangalore

Chinese food is popular all over the world.  It has a distinct taste to it that makes it stand out.  In our Chinese cooking classes in Bangalore you are going to learn the basics of Chinese sauces.

Once you get them right, guess what you can play with your choices of veggies.

Savor it!

Check out our schedules page to know more about the class dates.

Thai Food

Category: Oriental Cooking Classes in Bangalore

Love Thai cuisine? Why not make it at home? Haven’t tasted Thai yet? Join my class and fall in love with it.

Thai cuisine is my weakness. I am a huge fan of lemongrass that is a common spice in Thai food, so I guess I am partial to it. But I promise you that if you try out Thai food at a good restaurant, you’re going to love it. Moreover, Thai food includes lots of ingredients that have excellent health benefits. 

In my 1-day 4-hour workshop on Thai cuisine, you’ll learn to use the right spices and ingredients for a perfectly balanced Thai dish. Accompaniments can be steamed rice or your preference. In the class, you’ll learn to make:

  • Raw Papaya Salad
  • Tam Yam Veg Soup (with homemade Tam Yam paste)
  • Thai Red Curry (with homemade Thai Red Curry paste)
  • Thai Green Curry (with homemade Thai Green Curry paste)
  • Paneer Satay
  • Peanut Sauce
  • Golden Fried Corn Cake
  • Pad Thai Noodles

Materials for the class will be provided with a recipe booklet.


Chinese Food

Category: Oriental Cooking Classes in Bangalore

Tantalize your taste buds as well as of your guests with tempting Chinese dishes made with ingredients of your choice, without the use of any Ajinomoto or MSG.

Chinese food is a delicate combination of unique flavors that needs some understanding. The sauces play an important part in the base of each dish. Once you learn the basics, you can make any number of Chinese dishes by playing around with veggies, spices, and sauces.

In my 1-day workshop of 4-hours, you will learn to make

  •  Shezwan Sauce
  • Hot Garlic Sauce
  • Vegetable Manchurian
  • Baby Corn In Hot Garlic Sauce
  • Chowmein Noodles
  • Steamed Bao
  • Triple Schezwan fried rice
  • Chilli Gobi
  • Vegetable Momos
  • Chinese Bhel

All recipes are made without the use of MSG or Ajinomoto so you can have your kids and family enjoy these mouthwatering dishes without any worry. They’ll demand more than just noodles in Chinese cuisine once you get started.

All materials used in the class will be provided, along with a recipe booklet.