Cooking classes

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Cooking class

A 2-3 hour class that focuses on an introduction to the Indian spices, and then together we cook two main dishes  (1 vegetarian and 1 chicken). Meal includes steamed Raita, Basmati rice or Naan. Cooking class parties also include an appetizer, mango lassi and a dessert.

 Price: Please contact us at archana.mundhe@gmail.com for details.

All classes include tips on healthy and nutritious Indian food and preparation.


Main Dishes:

Non-Vegetarian

  • Chicken Tikka Masala – Marinated chicken cooked on skewers and then added to Creamy and mild curry sauce.
  • Butter Chicken -Healthy twist to the classic restaurant favorite butter chicken
  • Chicken Vindaloo – Tangy and spicy chicken curry cooked with red Kashmiri chili peppers.
  • Chicken Malabar – Spicy Kerala chicken curry cooked in coconut milk.
  • Tandoori Chicken – Grilled chicken marinated in yogurt and spices.
  • Chicken Dum Biryani – Aromatic Basmati rice and spicy chicken cooked on a slow fire/dum.
  • Minced chicken with peas (Keema) – Lightly spiced minced chicken curry.

Vegetarian:

  • Aloo Gobhi  – Incredibly delicious and super healthy sautéed cauliflower, potatoes and peas  with warm spices.
  • Spinach and paneer – One of the most popular curries with luscious spinach and cheese.
  • Chana Saag – Perfectly spiced chickpeas and spinach cooked with warm spices.
  • Potatoes with onions and ginger – Versatile and spicy potatoes that can be also enjoyed in sandwiches or pita pockets.
  • Navratan Korma – Lightly spiced, rich and creamy mughlai curry with mixed vegetables, garnished with raisins and cashews.
  • Baingan Bharta – Smoky and flavorful roasted eggplant dish cooked in onions, garlic and spices.
  • Daal Makhani – Rich, creamy lentils cooked with assorted spices makes it one of the best warm and soul foods ever.
  • Spinach Daal – Healthy Yellow daal with spinach, tomatoes, chilies and garlic.
  • Garlic Tadka Daal – Mildly spiced yellow lentils tempered with ghee and garlic.

NEW** Dosa Party – A fun dosa making party, where you and your friends learn to make healthy, crispy crepes made with lentils and quinoa. Stuff them with a delicious potatoes and dunk in spicy chutneys as you enjoy them hot,  right off the griddle!

Email me for any special requests or dishes you may want to learn or a FUN DOSA making class party!

10 thoughts on “Cooking classes

  1. The class I took yesterday was fun and informative, and best of all, delicious!!! Thank you so much for sharing your expert cooking skills with us! I like how you encouraged us to learn the steps and fostered our independence in the kitchen. There were so many cute touches with matching aprons and beautifully designed recipe cards. It was a really wonderful experience!

  2. Archana’s cooking class was wonderful! Everything was delicious and the instruction was so informative. Archana really helped demystify Indian cooking and show that you can create delicious and easy meals at home. I really enjoyed the time we spent and I’m already planning the next class. Thanks Archana!

  3. I have a group of friends that meet regularly for dinner. This time we decided to go to Archana’s kitchen for a class instead. We had a great time. It was fun to cook together in a very sociable environment and Archana was able to balance the teaching and socializing. Archana made the cooking easy. Don’t be scared by ethnic foods – we made two dishes and both came out great. We ate what we cooked and left with formalized recipes and what we did not eat. My family loved what I brought back – and I plan on making it again (by myself this time). I highly recommend the Ministry of Curry. It cost less than dinner, we had a great time (we brought wine), made wonderful food and left with new skills. I look forward to going back again and learning how to make more new dishes

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