Mamta’s Kitchen Cookery Class II

In May, we ran the first Mamta’s Kitchen cookery class, teaching three eager students more than 14 different recipes during a long but successful day. That class was to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Mamta’s Kitchen , and also the milestone of over 7 million visits. And we donated over £200 to the Khushboo Welfare Society too.

Now we’re ready to offer further classes covering “An Indian Meal”, “Indian Breads” and “Pickles, Chutneys & Ketchups”, the first of which is detailed below.


Date: Saturday 30th July
Class: An Indian Meal
Time: 11.30 am to approximately 8 pm
Location: Mamta’s Kitchen, Luton, Bedfordshire
Price: £95 per person


  • Tea, coffee and biscuits arrival
  • A light lunch that you will cook together
  • A tasty dinner that you will cook together
  • Wine and soft drinks with dinner
  • Tea, coffee and biscuits during the day
  • Printed recipes

Provisional Menu

These are the dishes we are planning to make during the day, however the exact menu will depend on availability of ingredients, so we may switch one or more dishes nearer the time.

  • Lunch: Pooris
  • Lunch: Train Journey Aloo Bhaji
  • Lunch: Pakoras
  • Lunch: Green coriander chutney
  • Break: Chai or Lassi
  • Dinner: Basic Curry Sauce and Meatball Curry
  • Dinner: Spiced Fried Fish
  • Dinner: Stuffed Aubergines
  • Dinner: Urad Daal Khada Masala
  • Dinner: Matar Pulao (Pilaf)
  • Dinner: Rotis
  • Dinner: Vermicelli Kheer

Mum will also make an Indian salad and some raita, to serve with dinner. And you will also be able to taste some of her home-made pickles and chutneys during the meals.

Additional Information

The class will start at 11.30 am and includes a refreshments on arrival, lunch and dinner, drinks and snacks during the day, and wine and soft drinks with dinner. We’ll aim to sit down for dinner at around 6 pm so finish time will be approximately 8 pm.

We are limiting class size to 4 students. They will be joined for the meals by Mamta’s little helpers, Pete and Kavey, and possibly one or two other family members for dinner.

As the class is being held in a domestic kitchen, with a single oven and stove top, students will be working together to create the dishes and will need to take turns to participate. But don’t worry, there will be plenty of hands on experience throughout the day.

The (Luton) address will be provided on confirmation of booking. Plenty of (free) parking is available. Alternatively, you can train to Luton station which is a short bus/ taxi ride from our house. We may be able to collect you from the station if we can coordinate your arrival times.

You can read detailed feedback from the participants of our May course, here.


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