Western Indian cooking, particularly Gujarati cuisine, is well known for its creative use of spices, leaving a subtly sweet and spicy taste. Join a local home cook in the city of Ahmedabad and learn how to craft some authentic Gujarati dishes that you'll eat for dinner! A true Gujarati-style evening meal calls for a proper Gujarati Thali, which connotes a plate of various foods, from appetizers to dessert. This experience is unique as it's not a professional cooking class – it's a chance to learn and cook with a local home chef who is an expert at crafting the meal in the traditional way, so you know just how the locals love it. Learn how to make Khandvi, bite sized gram flour rolls, the popular Shukka Bateta Subzi, a diced potato dish rich in Indian spices and fresh curry leaves, and even deliciously sweet Shrikhand, which is a yogurt and saffron dessert. It's a lip-smackingly scrumptious learning experience.