Cook-In-House: Invite The Chefs At Home And Learn To Cook Like A Pro!

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Red velvet cupcakes by Saee
Red velvet cupcakes by Saee
Red velvet cupcakes by Saee

Many of us look up for recipes online, sweat to make it look just like the droolworthy picture on the blog and then fail miserably! This happens maybe because we couldn’t understand the recipe, the instructions weren’t clear enough, couldn’t find the required ingredients or due to difference in kitchen appliances. Considering all the hassle many go through while trying to cook something different at home, two food bloggers in Mumbai decided to bring their cooking class to your kitchen!

You can cook in your comfortable kitchen that is equipped with appliances you are at peace with, pick your favourite treats you’d like to learn and even get tips about ingredients and substitutions.
So make your cooking wish list and contact them to learn how to whip up delicious meals for friends and family! Here are their details.

Bring home My Jhola
Bring home My Jhola

Saee Koranne Khandekar who writes at MyJhola has been tempting loads of readers with her yummy food pictures, whether it’s bread, chutneys, cakes or succulent meats. And when you get a chance to learn these spectacular dishes in your kitchen then why not?

Saee’s ‘Bring Home My Jhola’ gives you the choice to decide what you wish to learn and she teaches you to make these delicacies. She does use the pans, baking tins and basic kitchen spices or veggies you have at disposal but brings along the exotic ingredients like cream cheese or food colours. These cook ups don’t only give you an opportunity to learn to cook but also can easily be transformed into a food party with friends and family. You can also gift this cooking session to a friend! If you are concerned that you don’t have the required equipment then Saee can help to solve that issue too. There have been times that they have used the pressure cooker instead of a spring form pan! You can contact her via her Facebook page.

Strawberry and crepes by Anisha
Strawberry and crepes by Anisha

Anisha  Bangera, a food blogger, who writes at ThoughtsOnAPlate wants to show you that making everyday food can be made exciting. She too like Saee will help you whip up a delicious meal, whether it’s for dabba or dinner.

‘Anisha’s Take Home Chef’ offers to teach salads, soups, 30 minute meals, baking, breakfast, lunch box ideas, curries, stews, crepes and even desserts.  You can easily set up a slot with her, decide on a menu and well the rest just involves scrumptious food! Anisha’s cooking session doesn’t only involve cooking but also a trip to the market to fetch fresh ingredients where she’ll also share her knowledge of the ingredients and give tips on dishes with veggies or fruits. After the shopping is done you’ll can head back to your kitchen and create food with a twist. These cooking sessions are one-on-one and last to around 4 hours and the cost is Rs 1500 plus the ingredient cost. You can find more information regarding ‘Anisha’s Take Home Chef’ here.

If you know anyone else who teaches cooking lip smacking treats in the comfort of your own kitchen then do let us know by commenting below or write to us at story@mumbaimag.com.

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An engineer. A food blogger. Believes that food can make everyone happy. Always excited about food trails and loves exploring tiny hidden food treasures. And when she's not eating you'll find her reading recipes,talking about food, baking and blogging.

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Richa Lulla

Richa Lulla
An engineer. A food blogger. Believes that food can make everyone happy. Always excited about food trails and loves exploring tiny hidden food treasures. And when she's not eating you'll find her reading recipes,talking about food, baking and blogging.
  • Ajit Mhatre

    Hi I will like to know more if there are opportunities to join the group as a trainer chef ?? I have over 10 years of culinary experience which has been in Europe and last one year in india