Make Paneer Curry and Chapatti at Home

Update your at-home dinner menu with this live streaming Indian cookery class.

2 hours Class size 1 to 8     label £17

Need some delicious new ideas for recipes to add to your collection? Come along to this streaming cooking class and learn to make a mouthwatering, authentic Punjabi curry!

Hosted by Nin, an expert in Punjabi cuisine, you'll be guided step by step to create a delicious curry from paneer cheese and peas, along with a traditional roti bread to accompany it — perfect for scooping up every last morsel! It's a satisfying dish that you'll want to recreate again and again.

Don't worry if you're not an expert in the kitchen, as Nin will be behind you every step of the way to lend her expert advice. She'll also answer any burning questions you may have about cooking at home, making this a brilliant opportunity if you're just getting started on your culinary journey.

Whether you're joining in solo or inviting a few friends for a virtual catch up over some delicious food, this class is a brilliant way to learn something new from the comfort of your own kitchen.

Please note: This class requires a minimum number of students to run. In the unlikely event that we don't get this number of students we'll cancel the class and reschedule or refund you, so please keep an eye on your email/SMS prior to the class.

Knowledge required
This class is perfect for beginners - no prior experience is needed.
What to bring
You will be sent a shopping list of ingredients before the class.
Suitable for
This Live streaming class is a great indoor activity idea for individuals and couples as well as for virtual team building activities at home. This would also be a nice gift for her or him.
Your teacher
Nin's Kitchen
Nin's Kitchen

I was born in the south of England to Punjabi immigrant parents and grew up eating freshly cooked Punjabi food almost every day, sometimes more than once a day! When I was younger, I would come home from school to the smells of a combination of spices bubbling away, and the first thing my mum would say was ‘have a taste and tell me if the seasoning is ok.’

My interest in learning to cook this delicious food came just before I got married. I thought I had better learn to cook traditional Punjabi food in order to feed my new family. Five years later, when my children were young I became more interested in a variety of cuisines from around the world. I experimented with different methods of getting as many food groups into my children as possible. It was then that the idea of sharing my passion and knowledge of Punjabi cuisine was formed and Nin’s Kitchen was born.

I have over 15 years of tutoring experience, delivering courses at Honesty Cookery School and Newbury College as well as in clients homes and my own home.

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