Indian Cooking courses

We at Creativ-ity organize private cooking events from my HQ in Wallisellen. We do customized cooking events for different occasions and the courses can be done either in German or in English. Here are some ideas:

- Girl friends night -Surprise evening - Mother-Daughter -Father-son 

- Kids Birthday -Adults Birthday - Parents Birthday -Grandparents/Göttis Birthday

- Hen Parties - Bachelor Parties - Students cooking -Graduation parties

Terms & Conditions: 

- No. of People: 1-2 or 4-7 People, or a bigger group on request or even a private cooking class 

- We also come to your home for a cooking course

- Duration: Between 3-5 Hours (depending on the course)

- Cost: single person 195 Chf per person 

- Cost: 2 persons 175 Chf per person 

- Cost: Group of 4 persons, 125 Chf per person 

- Cost: Group of 5-7, 95 Chf per person 

- Type of course: Explore the different courses or leave it to us

- Call us to discuss and explore, dont be shy. We can customize a course on your demand and need.

- Depending on the course & ingredients and the duration of the course, the cost may differ.

Advanced Vegetarian

This course is a perfect one to celebrate Christmas and holidays, the dishes are rich and perfectly suitable for winter. There is just one cheese which is popular in the Indian kitchen and that`s Paneer(Cottage cheese). In this course we will be making our own Paneer, and then that will be used to make our own rich curry and an Indian dessert too. There will be a very aromatic dish with black lentils (mah-ki-daal), stir fried cabbage with potatoes, served with fresh baked naan bread and Kheer (Dessert with Rice and Milk)

A Punjabi Plate

The region of Punjab is famous for its rich food culture, the very famous lassi and street food. In this class we will be making tangy chole (chickpea curry) served with sweet and sour tamarind chutney and deep fired bhaturas, a raita and a rice dish. to wash it all down with chilled sweet and sour lassi and some side condiments.  

Christmas Apero: Indian street food & Snacks

Apero with a twist:  in this course we will be making all fun food recipes which are great to serve for a Christmas Apero, a Brunch or even a Buffet. Dishes like baked pakoras, baked Samosas, fruit chaats (fruit served with spcies) , tikkis and much more. So lets get inspired and prepare ourselves for the holiday season where in you can cook stree free yet healthy food and enjoy your times with your friends and families.

Cooking on a budget for Students

Students, if living alone could have a challenging life, trying to be able to cook healthy on a budget and time saving recipes. In this course we will cook dishes 

Indian Street Food

Since a couple of years I have seen that different types of Street Food are getting very popular in Zürich. I have seen many Food Festivals happening. But in the Indian kitchen street food has always been there. I grew up with that. Indian street food is not necessarily junk food but on the other hand its quite healthy and of course very delicious. 

In this course we will make things like Chole-Tikki (Chic pea curry, served with a potatoes patty and garnished with a sweet and sour tamarind chutney), Mango Lassi, Sprouts Chaat and many more things. 

For timings and price do give us a call or write us a mail. 

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Indian Street Food

In this course we will be making different types of Street food from India which is not only healthy but its also finger licking good. The dishes will be Chole-Tikki, Paneer Tikka, Mango Lassi, Sprouts chaat, Falafel and much more. 

The world of parathas/stuffed indian bread/flaky bread

Paratha is an Indian flat bread cooked on a crepe pan, and then cooked with either Ghee/butter or oil. It can either be a flaky bread in itself or it can be a stuffed one too. For an Indian stuffed paratha is a weakness and if its an aloo ka paratha (potaot filled flat bread), need you say anything else. But there are others like onion stuff paratha, mooli/radish stuff paratha, matar (peas) paratha and so on. We will be making different types of parathas and they are best enjoyed with a raita and tangy sweet and sour chutneys.

The world of lentils

There is a rainbow of lentils in the Indian cuisine and they are the best source of protiens especially for a vegetarians and vegans but also for non vegetarians. At the moment I see people raving about lentils a lot. You can have them as a part of the Indian meal, or as a lentil salad or as a soup. As fall is approaching, I often make different kinds of lentil soups and of course the good old indian daa-chawal or varan-bhaat is always a comfort food. 

Rajasthani Special (Churma, Daal, Bati)

The land of Maharajas, that`s Rajasthan. In this course we cook traditional Rajasthani meal which consits of a mixed daal, baati is a bread, which used to be baked in the fire but now with the evolution it can be cooked in a small Indian Tandoor or even in a normal oven and the sweet which goes with it is called as Churma, vistit this course to experience the food of the colorful state of Rajasthan. 

Indian: the Vegan way

Indian food is as close to Vegan as it can be. In this course we will learn how to make our own sprouts, the use of nuts and peanuts and even make vegan flat breads with the different grains like jowar, bajra and corn. The meal will be served with a aromatic daal and some other dishes and of course a little something vegan for that sweet tooth too. 

Cooking courses at Klubschule Migros

I do give courses at the Klubschule Migros, the courses are either at Oerlikon or Limmatplatz/Zürich. These courses can be booked directly through the Migros website or you can also call and book. Explore the Migros website for different types of courses.  If you have any questions regarding these courses you can write me a PM. Thanks. 

Indian shopping tour

Shopping is also an art I would say and when it comes to Indian grocery shopping it definitely is. If you are new to this cuisine then the ingredients other then the spices can be quite overwhelming but exciting and fun too. 

In this special "Indian shopping Tour" we are going to visit a couple of Indian stores and talk about spices and other ingredients and later we will go and enjoy a little Indian resturant of a Bistro. 

Take a backpack and good shoes with you and weather appropriate clothes. 

Meeting point will be the Zürich HB meeting point or as per request. 

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