What you get out of a cooking class with me, is an Afternoon of Awesomeness™️. We’ll pour a few drinks, play some music, put on wacky aprons, and cook an early dinner on my beautiful harbour-facing balcony. You'll get a crash course in the herbs and spices of the Indian subcontinent, and over the course of the afternoon, we'll cook a complete meal - appetiser, mains and dessert. I will teach you basics like slicing an onion, and also some advanced techniques like flambéing a pineapple without losing even a single eyebrow. One of the coolest things about this class, is that I cook a different menu every week. There are plenty of vegetarian and non-vegetarian options, and once you book, I'll get in touch to figure out preferences etc. Here are some of my greatest hits: - Chicken 65 / Cauliflower 65 - a fun spicy appetiser from South India - Chicken / Paneer (Cottage Cheese) Tikka Kebabs - Dal Tadka - lentils with looks and money - Bangin' Bharta - roasted eggplants in a tangy onion-tomato sauce - Different kinds of Pilafs - Dessert - Hot water You can also choose anything you like from my Instagram @madonionslicer, and we'll make it happen!
I'm a former professional chef and dead serious about having fun in the kitchen. Cooking is all about experimentation and simply having a good time. I’ve been cooking since I was 8 and learn something new in the kitchen every single day. I've cooked in several countries around the world—Jordan, Tanzania, North Korea—and believe that food is the greatest unifier there is. I've been writing a light-hearted food blog for many years and teach people how to produce Indian food that’s simple to cook and absolutely delicious. Everyone who’s tried my recipes has survived to tell the tale!
Dinner Appetiser, mains, dessert
The class is conducted on my totally awesome 36th floor balcony overlooking the Singapore harbour. You'll see ships coming in and out, as you sauté your onions to perfection. You can cook AND Instagram your food like a pro!
1. We're on the 36th floor. It's totally safe but if you have a fear of heights, you might want to think about that. 2. We live with a rescue dog named Freddie. He's not aggressive at all but beware of puppy eyes.
Boring Indian Food Workshop