Chef Sakshi's cooking class features authentic Indian street food favorites curated to create a unique culinary experience.
This culture-infused meal begins with handcrafted hearty tikkas and kebabs with soft paneer and savory chicken and lamb. Next on the agenda is a favorite from Delhi: papdi chaat packed with chickpeas, potatoes, and crispy wafers. Crisp spinach and potato pakoras whet guests' appetites for savory, spicy street food one more time before the dessert course—ras malai, originally a sweet, milky Bengali dish featuring paneer balls soaked in sweet milk and fragrant spices like cardamom and saffron.
With paneer, chicken and lamb kababs
Dahi Papdi Chaat
With wafers, potatoes, chickpeas, onions, tomatoes and spices
Chef Sakshi is a talented chef and restaurant owner of Indian cuisine. She has been cooking since she was a little girl and it is something she truly enjoys. If you are interested in learning how to cook authentic Indian food Chef Sakshi's classes will send you home with knowledge and skills to try on your own.
As a child growing up in India, Chef Sakshi was always in her grandmother's kitchen, helping her cook up classic dishes and learning all about traditional Indian spices and cooking techniques. She found herself inspired by how food can tell a story and convey cultural ideas, and therefore bring people together. As head chef at her own Indian curry restaurant, she now continues to share her love and passion for Indian cuisine.