For many, the kitchen can be a scary and confusing place, and not only because of its high concentration of knives and open flames. Filled to the brim with strange contraptions and spices that can cause fear and anxiety attacks, it’s no wonder most people opt for take-out. Ditch your inexperience and take your skills on a culinary adventure when you pay R198 for an Indian or Mexican cooking course with Karma Kooking.
When cooking a meal for two resembles a scene from fear and loathing, you know you’re in need of a bit of culinary assistance. Providing a way to save your dignity and possibly your kitchen’s life, Karma Kooking provides a culinary lesson flavoured with either Indian or Mexican authenticity. Taught by some real-life grub gurus, the lessons provide you with the opportunity to watch in amazement as your toxic cooking techniques are replaced by a mature understanding of both ingredients and recipes. All recipes and techniques are designed to be simpler than the metaphorical Simon and incredibly easy to prepare - even for those suffering from a clear cooking curse. The Indian class covers everything from Butter Chicken, Fish & Aubergine Masala and Paneer Masala to Chocolate Samoosas, Spekko Basmati Rice Cooked with Coconut or Jeera, Kachori’s and Pakoda's. If you like your food a tad more salsa flavoured, the Mexican cooking course is probably your best bet.
Whether you’re looking to meet new people,
take a unique spin on teambuilding, or find something different for you and
your friends to enjoy, Karma Kooking smells like the place to be; it’s also
great for making your kitchen proud – and less terrified of your presence.
Classes are as follows:
April 2 - Flavors of India - 18:30 - 21:30
April 3 - Flavours of India - 18.30 - 21:30
April 14 - Mexican Fiesta - 11.30 - 14:30
April 16 - Mexican Fiesta - 18.30 - 21:30
April 23 - Flavors of India - 18.30 - 21:30
April 24 - Flavours of India - 18.30 - 21:30
April 28 - Mexican Fiesta - 11.30 - 14:30