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Classic Chicken Tikka Masala

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Kensington & Parkville, Brooklyn
816 Beverley Rd
Btwn E 8th & 9th Streets
Brooklyn, New York 11218
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 6
Teacher: Mukti Banerjee

What you'll learn in this indian cooking class:

Let Mukti teach you the basics of healthy Indian-style cooking, from the names and special characteristics of Indian spices, to the secrets that will give you the best flavor.

We invite you to bring a notebook, so you can take all the secrets back home with you and delight yourself and those you love.

You will learn:

  • Chicken Tikka Masala
  • Chana dal (yellow lentil) with coconut and ginger infused with cumin and coriander
  • Aloo gobi (Cauliflower, peas, potatoes curry)
  • Vegetable Pulao (Fluffy Basmati rice with onion,carrots, peas and cashews and raisin)
The highlight of this class is the chicken Tikka Masala. The chicken is baked and then cooked with a savory sauce, making it juicy and tender. Next, we will learn to make two vegetable dishes: a savory meat dish always tastes better with some light dishes.

Chana Dal is made with yellow lentils, this dish is made with coconut and ginger infused with cumin and coriander which gives this dish sweet and earthy flavors.

Aloo Gobi is a vegetable curry dish made with cauliflower, peas, and potatoes. The main flavor of this dish comes from the curry sauce and has a hint of bitterness from the turmeric. Turmeric is used very often in Indian cooking, usually it's used to give the dishes a vibrant yellow color and less for its faintly bitter flavor.

Lastly, our menu is complete with a rice dish, Vegetable Pulao. It is made with fluffy Basmati rice, mixed vegetables, raisins, and cashew. These variety of ingredients gives this rice dish a salty yet sweet taste to it.

At the end of the class, we sit down together, and relish all the above dishes together, and appreciate the wonders of Indian cuisine.

Note: 

There's a minimum of three students for the class to run. If the minimum is not met, Mukti will personally reach out to reschedule via phone or email.

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We are sorry that we cannot issue refunds for classes, but you may send someone in your place or choose another class if you cannot make it for any reason. We do require at least 48 hours of notice for us to provide credit for another class, otherwise we are left with an empty spot and not enough time to refill it off the waiting list. 

If we don't get three or more students, we will reschedule the class for another day and we will communicate with you via phone and email. If the class gets canceled for any reason we will let you know in advance. 

For snowy days, please contact us and we will let you know if the class is still being held. Thank you for understanding and cooperation.

Important: Please note that all classes are non-refundable and class cancellations made by the school and students alike are covered in the above policy.

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Hello. Are Mukti's classes hands-on cooking with students doing their own dishes, or more like observing while she cooks?
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Hi there! The classes are very hands on. Mukti will first show the students and then they make their own. Hope this helps!
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Reviews of Classes at Mukti's Kitchen (162)

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Classic Chicken Tikka Masala
Reviewed by Roxane C. on 12/16/2018
Excellent class, Mukti is a wonderful teacher. We learned to harness the power of spices and turn them into fantastic dishes. Highly recommended!
Classic Chicken Tikka Masala
Reviewed by Shirlyn W. on 1/14/2018
Absolutely loved this class! Mukti was sweet, warm and incredibly knowledgeable about Indian cooking. She shared tips and secrets as well as health benefits of the spices we used in the dishes. The food was tasty and fresh. After the class I felt more confident about Indian cooking and excited to cook the dishes at home.
Classic Chicken Tikka Masala
Reviewed by Jason W. on 1/13/2018
Lovely lady, amazing food. She had great cooking directions and lots of little tips. The food tasted so different than Indian food in restaurants, so we're excited to cook more on our own. She's very sweet.
Classic Chicken Tikka Masala
Reviewed by Anonymous on 7/27/2016
Mukti is a warm and generous teacher. She patiently explains everything to her students, leads them through the cooking process and provides great tips and notes. We learned exactly what we had hoped to. I absolutely recommend taking a class with Mukti!
Classic Chicken Tikka Masala
Reviewed by Christina Y. on 8/23/2015
Great class. Six people was the max. Very hands-on. Made Indian food less intimidating to cook. The chicken tikka masala it was amazing. And the rice dish was amazing. We toasted and ground all of the spices. It was very authentic and really good. Mukti is kind and passionate about her work. It was a great night.
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Mukti's Kitchen was started in 2010, and is based out of Brooklyn, NY. We offer delicious and healthy Indian food, and a multitude of Indian cooking classes. Our classes can be designed to your particular needs and wishes. We cook and teach both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes.

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