Traditional Indian food includes Fibers, fats.proteins and carbohydrates, which are all elements that are essential for a balanced diet. In Indian cooking, there are spices like turmeric, ginger, garlic and green chilli - all of which are medicinal and healing properties. So, when people think about spicy food, then what do they not realize that the spices used for making food are really good for the body and not just the good taste.
We will tell you which spices are used mostly in indian food and how it is beneficial for health .every spice has its own importance which is beneficial for our body and there names are as follows turmeric, ginger, garlic, cardamom, cumin seed, fenugreek, coriander and green chilli, Black paper, cinnamon stick etc ,if you are doing yoga or some other type of exercise so all these spices provide you with a nutritious diet we are going to teach you only healthy recipes with the help of above herbal and spices. so "Don't eat less eat better and healthy."
We did a research on Indian food in which we discovered a very big misunderstanding foreign people believe that Indian food is not beneficial for health it uses too much oil, chilies and spices. Peop…
A highlight of our stay and highly recommended.
You have to do it if you like cooking! -The food is delicious and authentic -Very interesting and every single question is answered -lovely people
I squeezed in this cooking lesson on my last day in Goa and I'm so glad I did! I've cooked a fair few curries, but the tips and techniques that Manju showed me are the things you just don't find in recipe books. Ashish and Manju were so welcoming and the lesson was fun and the food delicious, which we all sat down to eat together at the end. Learning how to make chapatis was the most fun, but I enjoyed all of it and can't wait to get going, now I am back home. I'd highly recommend it! Thank you Ashish and Manju!
Very nice and reliable people. more than only a coming class, and going with me to buy some spices and others cooking stuff. high recommendation!!
You will learn what Indian spices are for, how delicious Indian food is cooked and of course how to cook a delicious meal. Our group was happy with the cooking class, with the place itself and with the teachers.
I was in Goa at the end of the season, but Manju graciously fit me in, even though it ended up being a solo class, before she and Ashish headed out of the region later that day. You will cook a variety of easy and delicious Indian recipes and more importantly, feel that you are at home with Manju and Ashish’s gracious hospitality. A fantastic class and wonderful cultural opportunity not to be missed!