Mukti's Kitchen

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    Indian Healthy Vegetarian & Vegan Cooking

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    It's well-known that Indian cuisine yields some excellent vegetarian fare. Unlock the secrets to those delicious dishes during this vegetarian Indian cooking class! You'll learn to make authentic and healthy vegetarian meals infused with aromatics like turmeric, cumin, and fennel. The menu includes okra masala, baigan bharta (smoked eggplant in onion and garden herbs), chana dal with coconut, Vegetable Pulao. Lastly on the menu we have Onion Fritters. These crispy appetizers are a must to try, they are made with chickpea flour, so it's gluten free! There'll be enough food to feed an army! Come join the party and add some new flair to your recipe repertoire.
    Indian Healthy Vegetarian & Vegan Cooking

    816 Beverley Rd, Brooklyn

    • Cook up recipes for delicious vegetarian Indian dishes
    • Learn to use flavorful aromatics like turmeric, ginger, and cumin
    • Prepare (and eat!) okra masala, baigan bharta, chana dal with coconut, Vegetable Pulao and more
    • Take home the leftovers and share with friends and family -- they'll be impressed with your cooking
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    Delicious Vegetarian Indian Feast

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    If you're a true lover of Indian food, then this class will be your happy place! You'll learn to distinguish between the variety of spices used in Indian cooking, such as cumin, coriander, garam masala, and fennel. Learn more about your spices and be able to use them in any of your future cooking endeavors! You'll prepare saag paneer (spinach in home made chees and aromatic spices), kali dal (black urad dal with ghee and masala), puri (hand-made bread, to be freshly made at home), and matar mushroom (mushroom and peas with onion, ginger and garlic). This is a feast for the stomach!
    Delicious Vegetarian Indian Feast

    816 Beverley Rd, Brooklyn

    • Learn to make your own authentic Indian feast
    • Discover the differences between commonly used Indian spices like cumin, coriander, and fennel
    • Get recipes for saag paneer, kali dal, puri, and matar mushroom
    • Take home leftovers to share with family and friends -- it'll all be gone in no time
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    Spice Tour and Cooking Lesson (Half Day)

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    From cumin to garam masala, the amount of spices used in Indian cooking appears intimidating -- where does one even get all these different kinds of spices?! Well, if you're a fan of Indian food and you've been asking yourself this question, grab your most comfortable walking shoes and hop on this walking spice tour! You'll discover where to get the best spices from Bangladeshi and Pakistani stores along Coney Island, as well as McDonald and Church Avenues. After shopping, you'll head to the kitchen to prepare a wonderful meal with your new-found spices. Have a relaxing time talking while you cook -- Indian food will never seem so intimidating again! Pretty soon, you'll be teaching your friends how to cook these wonderfully aromatic dishes!
    Spice Tour and Cooking Lesson (Half Day)

    816 Beverley Rd, Brooklyn

    • Learn where to get the best spices for South Asian cooking in Brooklyn
    • Visit Bangaldeshi and Pakistani stores along Coney Island, McDonald Ave, and Church Ave
    • Try your hand at cooking Indian dishes in Mukti's Kitchen
    • Discover new recipes to take home and share with friends and family
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    Exquisite Fish and Chicken Curry Dishes

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    For all curry lovers, this class is made for you. For this menu we have two curry dishes: fish curry and chicken curry. In India there are a variety of fishes, and Indian cuisine is known for its large assortments of fish dishes. The fish is cut into large, chunky pieces that keeps the fish juicy and soft when cooked. The fish is cooked twice: the first time we fry it, and the second time we bathe it in curry sauce, letting the flavors immerse into the fish. Next is chicken curry, which is somewhat similar to fish curry. The chicken is cut into chunky pieces and cooked two times, the second time we also bathe it in curry sauce. Bathing the meat in the sauce will prevent the meat from being dry. Curry dishes are always served with rice (or handmade bread), and one of the most popular types of rice in India is a fragrant, long grained rice called Basmati. It is very popular among foodies in America. Having multiple curry dishes can be overwhelming even for curry lovers, so a nice dessert would help comfort your taste buds from the curry flavor. Kheer, also known as rice pudding, is a simple dish made using milk and rice, and garnished with nuts, spices, or raisins. This sweet, milky dessert can cool you down after the intense, spicy flavors of the curry sauce.
    Exquisite Fish and Chicken Curry Dishes

    816 Beverley Rd, Brooklyn

    • Eat up a seafood and chicken curry while learning to cook Indian-style foods
    • Prepare fish fish fillet infused with onion, ginger and garlic and tomatoes
    • Also on the menu chicken curry pieces with double onion, ginger, and garlic
    • Take home the leftovers to share with friends and family
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    Indian Healthy Cooking

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    So you love Indian food, but you can't afford to order it from your favorite restaurant 24/7 -- it's simply too unhealthy! But what if there were a way to compromise? In this class, you'll learn to prepare healthy and mild Indian dishes with flavorful aromatics like cumin, turmeric, ginger, and coriander. The menu includes lighter dishes like coastal shrimp curry with coconut and, for the vegetarians out there, mung lentil curry with peas and coconut. Now you can have your fix of Indian food as often as you want, but without all the unhealthy add-ins.
    Indian Healthy Cooking

    816 Beverley Rd, Brooklyn

    • Learn to make healthier and lighter Indian dishes
    • Use spices like cumin and turmeric to create delicious curries
    • Taste the coastal shrimp curry and mung lentil curry that you'll make in class
    • Take home these recipes and share them with friends and family
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    Indian Cooking Vegan & Gluten-free

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    If you're vegan or you eat gluten-free, you can still have your fill of Indian food! This class will make cooking vegan and gluten-free Indian cuisine approachable and feasible by teaching you how to combine the right spices to make your dishes aromatic. Learn a recipe for chana masala with chickpeas, onions, ginger, and garlic! You'll also prepare aloo gobi with cauliflower, peas, and potatoes, along with vegetable pulao with basmati rice, onions, carrots, peas, cashews, and raisins. There'll be no shortage of food during this session! You also won't want to miss chana dal with coconut and yellow lentils or the onion fritters with chickpeas! Never again will you have to go to an Indian restaurant and undergo the hassle of asking about what's vegan or gluten-free on the menu!
    Indian Cooking Vegan & Gluten-free

    816 Beverley Rd, Brooklyn

    • Learn to cook flavorful Indian dishes that are both vegan and gluten-free
    • Prepare chana masala, aloo gobi, vegetable pulao, and more
    • Taste your own cooking at the end of the class -- you'll be surprised by what you can make
    • Take home the leftovers and share (or not!) with friends and family
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    1 positive reviews

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