It starts with handpicked spices and vegetables by visiting a local market. Return home with raw material required for delicious dishes to be cooked by you. Light up the Charcoal Tandoor, Indian chullha made of clay .Cook different dishes on these 2 different things and feel the difference. Smell the flavor of smoke of charcoal and wood being absorbed by food which gives cooked dishes a true Indian flavor. learn the use of different Indian spices in food and about there medicinal benefits. Enjoy the Indian food cooked by you with some help from us. Share a few laughing moments along the way!
This is a different kind of experience suited for the culinary enthusiast.
Learn different types of traditional Indian cooking like never before. Learn the method of the preparation of Indian food and some of India’s best known dishes.
An experience with combination of learning an Indian dish followed by indulging the tummy with the fineness cooked.
Starter/Welcome drink (Pick one)
Starters (Pick one)
Main course with Daal (Lentil) (Pick one)
Chicken in Gravy (Pick one)
Vegetable in Gravy (Pick one)
Vegetable Dry (Pick one)
Rice (Pick one)
Breads (Pick one)
Sweets (Pick one)
Suroth House, D-231/B, Tulsi Marg, Banipark, Jaipur.
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Full refund will be issued for cancellation made at least 48 hours prior to the activity
Warm welcome from the cooking host, Tejveer and his family, made me feel at home. This is a must do for those who want to explore more about India, especially all foodies. The school also provided a market tour, so I've got to learn more about India tradition and their ways of life. Fantastic experience :)
We cooked a vegetarian meal and I loved all the dishes, every single dish they showed us was absolutely delicious. The people were really nice and friendly, they make you feel right at home. If you want to try something fun and you love Indian food it is definitely the place to go.
My husband, daughter and I went to Jaipur and we were looking for an activity there. We came cross this cooking class and decided to book a vegetarian class. It is a join class so we had a couple of friend from different part of the world. The indian cooking was an excellent experience and we could practice hands-on. The dinner included many varieties of food and was really excellent. It was the most superb meal in Jaipur. I'll absolutely attend the class again and strongly recommend a visit at Suroth House.
Royal picked us up at our hotel and we spent time in his local fruit and vegetable market finding out about all the ingredients we were about to cook and eat. It was a great opportunity to ask questions learned more about life in Jaipur. Back at our host’s spacious home we met his wife Nidhi and delightful daughter Angel. We helped prepare all the ingredients and did the hands on cooking. Dinner was a delicious starting with chai and finishing with a most unusual but very tasty sweet carrot dessert. So much fun! This family was very welcoming.
I totally recommend this ! It was such an amazing experience! Not to mention that the food was so delicious! This is not just like going to an attraction, is more like going to a friends house to have a nice dinner. They Suroth's made us feel at home and comfortable. They were super sweet . I'm not really good at cooking, but I learned so much from them . The food recipes where so easy we will try to make at home! Speacial mentioned to their daughter , she was soooo adorable! I honestly so blessed to have met such an amazing family! Also if you have any special requests contact him before hand and he truly tries his hardest to make it happen!
What can I say, I read the reviews before booking and all said it was an amazing experience, well I totally agree. The evening started with introductions, a cool rose sherbet drink and various nibbles. Then off in the car to the market we went. We were taken to a veg stall that had been used by the family for many years. All ingredients were purchased and off we went back to the home to commence cooking. We were taught how to make pakoras, Dahl, chicken handi, okra dish, breads etc. Each step was clearly explained and the reasons given as to why certain ingredients were used. Then the best bit, we sat with the family to eat what we had prepared. I can honestly say that every single dish was mighty tasty. But the highlight for me was spending time with this beautiful, welcoming family, who we immediately felt we had known for years. Tales were exchanged and lots of laughter was had. Angel the daughter is an absolute little star and very entertaining in her own right. If you have the good fortune to attend one of these classes be sure to ask the host about his train ticket experiences, I will say no more but it’s one of the funniest stories I’ve heard in years. All too soon the night was over, a taxi was ordered in the strict instructions that we rang to advise as soon as we got back to hotel, so that he knew we had arrived home safely. A must do experience when in Jaipur, thank you for a most memorable evening x