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Cookery Class: Bengali Cuisine

Workshop with Sreyoshi Guha
A month long journey through some of the most cherished recipes of a Bengali household. | 4th July onwards (classes will be held every Tuesday and Friday)
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Cookery Class
Learn to cook authentic Bengali food
4th July onwards | 10 am till 1 pm

    Bengali food, originating in the eastern state of India, boasts of a rich and diverse platter starting from snacks to main course to the much sought-after sweets.

    Sreyoshi will take you on a month long journey through some of the most cherished recipes of a Bengali household.

    Classes will be held twice a week throughout the month of July. Learn to make a new dish each day, culminating in a complete meal prepared by all the participants at the end of the month.

    Week 1 (to kickstart the monsoon): Bhuni Khichdi, Labrha (Bengal style mix-veg), Beguni (Bengali snack made with eggplant), Mango Chutney and Bhapa Doi (Baked yoghurt)

    Week 2: Shukto (traditional Bengali mix-veg with poppy seed and mustard paste), Aam daal (Lentils cooked with raw mango cubes), Maacher kaliya (the quintessential Bengali fish curry), Papaya chutney, Malpua (Soft pancakes dipped in sugar syrup)

    Week 3: Moong daal with vegetables, Dhokaar dalna (Lentil cakes soaked in curry), Deem er jhaal (Bengali style egg curry),  Aam shotter chutney (Sweet and tangy chutney made of mango leather, dates and tomatoes)

    Week 4: Motorshuti'r kochuri (Puri stuffed with spiced pea stuffing), Narkel diye chhola'r daal (Gram lentils cooked with coconut), Aloo'r daum (Fried potatoes simmered in smooth gravy), Tomato chutney, Payesh (Bengali style kheer)

    Chutney and desserts will be covered in the second class of every week.

    About Sreyoshi Guha



    I've been passionate about the "alchemy" of culinary skills from as far back as I can remember. Some experiments resulted in despair, some in desolation and some in triumph. Needless to say my uber supportive family helped me reach where I am today. (A humble home cook, desirous of sharing her skills). Communication skills training took me to inlingua. I further honed my skills there, with colleagues and friends ever ready to try all I'd rustle up. The training journey continued at Cognizant. 

    I continue to 'live and learn' and hope you'll join me and enhance this journey.

    Date: 4th July onwards (classes will be held twice a week; every Tuesday and Friday)
    Time: 10 am till 1 pm
    Venue: W - 126, Ground Floor, Greater Kailash II
    Contribution: Rs. 2500 per class
    Prior registration necessary

    (Limited to 5 students per batch)


    To know more or reserve Call: Mohit 9910185042, Annu 8595155420
    or Email: journey@soulcentric.in

    Sreyoshi Guha

    I've been passionate about the "alchemy" of culinary skills from as far back as I can remember. Some experiments resulted in despair, some in desolation and some in triumph. Needless to say my uber supportive family helped me reach where I am today. (A humble home cook, desirous of sharing her skills). Communication skills training took me to inlingua. I further honed my skills there, with colleagues and friends ever ready to try all I'd rustle up. The training journey continued at Cognizant. 

    I continue to 'live and learn' and hope you'll join me and enhance this journey.

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