The Pure Punjabi Cookery School
Teaching the way that Indian mothers teach their daughters to cook...
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The Indian Experience
Our full day cookery workshop culinary & cultural experience. This is the way our mothers start teaching us!
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The Indian Street Food Workshop
The Indian Street Food Workshop gives you the chance to learn, hands-on, how to make three different and popular street food dishes.
New September date! Book now!
Indian Bread-making & Tasting Experience
The Indian Bread Making Workshop & Tasting Experience.
Learn how to make three types of North Indian bread, with a three-course taster menu of the accompanying dishes.
This workshop is changing to 3 new mini workshops, with dining experience. Coming soon
Parent & Child Cookery Workshop -child comes free
If you’re interested in learning how to cook North Indian food and would love your child to learn with you, then this is the workshop for you
New workshop coming soon
The Pure Punjabi cookery school teaches the cookery of the first generation of North Indians coming to Britain two generations ago, and preserves, promotes, and teaches the traditional culinary ways. The workshops are fully hands-on and run by mother-daughter team, Surinder and Safia. They pass on the culinary heritage of their Punjabi family, using the same methods their mothers and grandmothers used to teach them. Both started their culinary ‘training’ at the age of 7-8 years and from the age of 11, Surinder was preparing the traditional family meals, after returning from school.
- Small group of maximum 8 people, (adhering to all Covid safe and best practices).
- Hands-on workshops – You make everything yourself.
- No shared cookery
- No demonstrations only.
- Take home everything you make
Workshops will be held at Pure Punjabi, 14 Farm Street, Tintinhull, Somerset, BA22 8PZ, on the South Somerset/West Dorset border.
What will you get at our cookery workshops?
- Access to culinary knowledge only found within Indian families, learning traditional techniques in the style that Indian mothers teach their daughters.
- An open and relaxed learning environment where you can ask questions and are given culinary advice on how to transfer these skills to suit your kitchen facilities, as wellas your lifestyle.
- Small groups (maximum of 8 people to a workshop)
- Preparing traditional North Indian dishes by yourself, under expert supervision, hands-on, with no sharing or demonstrations.
- You will make enough to eat for your own enjoyment during the workshop and to take home everything you make!
- No hidden fees or charges.
- All workshop prices include your ingredients equipment, tuition, and refreshments .
- A discount on our products on the day.
- Workbook for the workshop.