Rasogullas, Chum chum, Rasmadhuri and lots more!
To be announced.
Last workshop was held on Tue, 16 Jul . Next workshop will be announced shortly.
One day session. Only for women
403, 4th Flr, A Wing,VINI Tower, Privilege Inn Hotel Lane,Near Malad Inorbit Mall, Off Link Road, Malad West, Mumbai - 400064.
Little pieces of heaven served on a platter is how any average Indian would describe a plate laden with the Bengali Mithai. Heaven is an understatement, a true Bengali would say and you would undoubtedly agree. The inviting Rasagullas, the thick Rabri or the sugary Chum chums are just enough to make your sweet tooth go gaga. Such is the effect that Bengali sweets have on your taste buds. If you wish to delve onto the art of Mithai making and satiate your sweet tooth, Arora cooking classes is the place to be. The cookery lesson will help you learn the art of making sweets, as sweet as the Bengali songs themselves.
The cookery lesson includes a number of sweets including:
Mrs Saloni Arora has been teaching cooking since 1994. She is extremely passionate about cooking and gives personal attention to all her students .She teaches tasty and yummy dishes in a simple and easy to understand manner. Her cookery classes are full of fun. She believes in making friends with her students, and believes in helping people with their cooking long after the cooking classes are over.