Are you interested to learn how to cook Nepalese food? This can be done at a half day. You will be accompanied with a chef to the local market to buy fresh ingredients required to prepare the food of your choice. You can choose one of the most popular fast foods: Dalbhat, Alu Parotha or Mo:Mos. Along with the kitchen staffs you will prepare the ingredients to make the meal of your choice.
You can be involved, if you like, in washing and cutting vegetables; grinding chillies and other spices in a mortar; stirring curry and wrapping the Mo:Mos. It’s sensory experience! You will enjoy the dish you prepared.
Note: On-Demand experience
Sep 25 2016
This was one of the best afternoons spent in Nepal during a eight weeks stay.
Bir was lovely cook and added to the enjoyment of the cookery course. The cooking was done in their home using ingredients from the family garden. Step by step instructions on how to prepare and cook simple but delicious. I'll be taking home some great recipes and how to cook them together with fond memories of a great experience.
Jul 20 2016
We just got back from a wonderful day with Shree and his lovely family learning how to make the most delicious food, and stuffing our bellies with it 'til bursting point.
We were met promptly by Bir at the arranged time in the morning and transported by car to his house just 10 Minute from Thamel.
The menu was explained to us over a cup of (also delicious) local tea and we got stuck in almost straight away. Dishes included momos, pickle and dal bhat. We had a break at midday to stretch our legs, take in some of the amazing views, and let our stomachs make some room for the afternoon delights.
This day was not only a great chance to learn how to make (and eat) the most delicious food we've had during our stay in Kathmandu, but a fantastic opportunity to find out about how a 'typical' Nepali family lives.
Nov 05 2015
We, three girls from different countries met on a Nepal trek. After the trip, we had 1 full day free time so didn't know what to do as we had already seen the sights of Kathmandu. We came across Trekking Team Group and met shree. Knowing our thoughts he instantly offered us cooking class where we can cook momo. We agreed on his suggestion and went with Bir ( one of his guide) to the market to buy all the ingredients. It was fun to buy with Nepali farmer and even learned to bargain. After this we took a taxi and went shree's house.
We cut vegetable and made ready to make Momo. The first few momo was so funny that we laughed to ourselves but shree's wife encouraged us to make it even better and finally we made quite ok.
We used same momo for our lunch and we could eat as much as we can. It was so delicious better than we had on our trek.We had lots of fun, laugh and experience which we will never forget.
Thanks shree for a wonderful day! We will recommend anyone to take this course if they have day off.
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