Cooking Class - Traditional Nepali Fare

Take an impressive culinary tour of Nepal guided by Chef Jessy.

In this fun and interactive cooking class, you'll taste authentic Nepali recipes and learn how to build them from scratch with your own two hands. Take home these superb skills and innovative techniques to impress guests in your own kitchen.

Begin with momo dumplings made with chicken and spices, then cook black lentils with turmeric, onions and garlic. Discover the proper methods to roast lamb sekuwa with herbs and spices and sided by warm spiced rice. Finally, Chef Jessy will show you how to make kheer, a sweet, rice pudding-style dessert.

Guests are welcome to provide wine and beer to enjoy during the class.

  • Minimum Guests 2
  • Maximum Guests 18
  • Meal Courses 4
  • Event Duration 3 hours
  • Labels Asian, Beginner, Couples, Fun, Group

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21 Jul 2023

We made gnocchi ricotta with creamy chard pesto and spring veg. Everything was seasonal. Chef Jessy is super knowledgeable, carefully explained every step including seasoning. Gave loads of extra general cooking advice.

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For Chef Jessy, cooking has always been a labor of love. As a chef consultant, she has traveled the globe, crafting menus and setting up operations for many fine restaurants around the world. She's also applied her skills for curating stunning recipes in just about every kitchen role imaginable, from prep cook to executive chef. Now, Chef Jessy shares her culinary talents with novice and beginner gourmets in the Northern California area.

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Cancellation Policy

Flexible booking: Cancel or reschedule this event's reservation for free up to 48 hours before the event.

Chef Jessy will travel to guests within the Bay Area for this experience.

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