Bangalore is the youthful and courageous foodie’s heaven! Regardless of whether you’re searching for customary uniqueness, scrumptious road food, or mixed gourmet food; Bangalore has a great deal to offer its epicureans. Visit a neighborhood home and find out about Mangalorean home cooking in this exclusive culinary affair. Your host Wilma will open her home to you and show you about the foods she grew up eating and serves to her family. Wilma is a prepared home cook and cherishes to amuse. Amid your one-hour cooking exhibit, Wilma will demonstrate to you how she gets ready Mangalorean specialties like appams (South Indian crepes made with fermented rice batter) or sannas (little, cushy steamed cakes) with a chicken stew and an occasional vegetable curry.
This experience is a superb method to pick up knowledge of the neighborhood culture in Bangalore and invest energy with a nearby who is anxious to impart her way of life and food to guests!
What You Can Expect
In this Private Cooking Demonstration in a Bangalore Home Tour, Wilma will welcome you with a comforting grin into her delightful home and will demonstrate to you the little garden where she develops her own herbs. As you taste an appreciated drink, Wilma will acquaint you with Mangalorean cooking, which includes an amalgamation of flavors joined with crisp coconut or coconut drain and new fish, meat and vegetables. Specialties from Wilma’s kitchen are Mangalorean-style breads, which are regularly produced using rice flour.
Amid your one-hour cooking exhibit, Wilma will demonstrate to you the specialty of making appams (conventional South Indian rice crepes made with aged rice batter) or sannas (little, soft steamed cakes) with a chicken stew and a regular vegetable curry. Kindly note this is a cooking show, not a hands-on cooking class. At that point join Wilma at the eating table to taste a range of Mangalorean top choices, some of which may have been set up ahead of time. End your supper together on a sweet note with kheer (rice pudding) or gajar halwa (carrot pudding).
If you don’t mind take note of, this isn’t an expert cooking background, rather this is an open door and is a visit into a real, nearby home to meet a neighborhood individual and offer the way of life and food together.
Departure point: Your host’s home in the Kalyan Nagar neighborhood of Bangalore
Departure time: 11:00 AM
Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
- Bottled water
- Private experience
- Local Host
- All taxes, fees and handling charges
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Confirmation will be expected at time of booking
- Please recommend any particular dietary necessities at time of booking
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
Local operator info
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