Indian Snacks Making Workshop in Hyderabad
This fun one day workshop on preparing Indian snacks will not only help you learn Indian snacks for your family and friends, but it would also give you more insights about the Indian culture.
- Take an active part in making some of the famous Indian snacks.
- Small size workshop giving participants more opportunity to interact with the chef.
- Get the printed notes of all the recipes at the end of the workshop.
Indian snacks are not just the snacks but more of something that is part of the culture and varies from place to place. Be it any occasion there mouth-watering snacks are part of celebration without which an occasion will be incomplete. Some of the famous Indian snacks are Samosa ( A dish containing spiced filling of vegetables or meat with various shapes depending on the region), Pakoda ( Different vegetables mostly onions, potatoes, brinjals, and pepper dipped in a batter of gram flour and deep fried), Pani Puri, Chole Bature and Chaat.
- You are requested to report near Malaysian township, Kukatpally at 09:15 AM where you will be meeting the host of the day.
- After a short meet and greet you will have a quick introduction session and start the workshop by 9:30 AM. t
- Following are the things that you will be learning in this workshop:
- Kachori: A round flattened flour ball usually filled with baked lentil flour and gram flour mixed with spices like black pepper, red chilli, salt, and other spices.
- Samosa: Fried or baked pastry with a stuffing of potatoes, onions, ground meat or mixed vegetables mixed with aromatic spices Samosa is one of the most popular snacks not only in the Indian subcontinent but also in other parts of the world such as Africa, Middle East, and Southeast Asia.
- Chole Bhature: This snack is made from cooking chickpeas (Chole) with spices and is usually eaten with flattened fried round bread ( Bhature).
- Crispy Onion Pakoda: This snack is made up of onions dipped in a batter of chickpea flour and then deep fried. The Pakoda come can also be made by replacing onions with the different other vegetables such as potatoes, cauliflower, bell peppers, and brinjals.
- Vada Pav: It is one of the most popular vegetarian snacks which has originated from the Indian state of Maharashtra. Vada Pav is made of mashed potatoes dipped in a batter of chickpea flour and then eaten with the sweet bun.
- Bread Pakoda: It is the snack which is made by stuffing the sweet bread with potato stuffing, dipped in a batter of chickpea flour and then deep fried.
- After cooking, we will have a vegetarian lunch will be served to you bu 1:00 PM.
- Samples prepared during the workshop are take away.
- At the end of the workshop, you will develop a great perspective about the Indian snacks and culture and its authenticity.
- All the ingredients required.
- Utensils used in the workshop.
- Printed recipe notes.
- Lunch during the workshop.
- Take away of the samples prepared.
- Service of a knowledgeable host.
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₹ 4000 Per Person
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