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Cook like a local nepali

Kathmandu, Nepal

The Experience Reviews (1)
Food
  • Cooking class Kathmandu
  • Heading towards the market
  • Selecting the ingredeints for the cooking class
  • Grocery shopping
  • Chopping vegetables for the cooking class
  • Spices for the Nepali cooking class
  • Lots of garlic
  • Mixing ingredients for momos
  • Grinding the garlic
  • Making momos
  • Wrapping momos

Overview


Duration: 3 hours

Meeting Point: Not specified

Number of people: 2 - 6

Highlights


HIGHLIGHTS

  • Learn how to prepare typical local Nepali dishes like momos or parathas
  • Get the traditional family recipes
  • Enjoy your homemade food afterwards
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Maximum number of participants is 6

Description


DESCRIPTION

Always wanted to learn how to cook those lovely momos or great parathas? I will show you my famous family recipes so that you are able to make them back at home as well. Join me and I will show you how to make all the lovely Nepali dishes. We normally have three different dishes were you have an option to choose one of them. Momo (dumpling) Dal Bhat (Rice and lentils) or Aloo-Paratha.

The cooking class is only available from Sunday to Friday. In case there are more than 4 people it can be done on Saturday too. Please let us know which session you prefer to book as we run two cooking classes a day. One in the morning starting at 10:15 am and another session starting at 2:00 pm.

Price includes:

  • Food
  • Cooking utensils

Price excludes:

  • Drinks
More information

Meet Sakunthala and Asmita


Member since: April 2014


Hi, my name is Sakunthala. Born in the south east of Nepal, in the village of Biratnagar, I am one of six daughters. Eight years ago I came to Kathmandu and since 2011 have taught Nepalese cooking. I offer technical information and show how to deal with making momos, dal bhat, or aloo paratha. My favorite dish is actually the dal bhat, but I like pretty much everything! Together with Asmita I run this cooking class.

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Incl. service fee

$ 25.00 p.p.

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