Discover Bangladeshi cuisine in this hands-on cookery class with Cooking It! Bangladesh is a country of great cuisine and its food has been shaped by its diverse history and its particular geography.
Bangladeshi cuisine is influenced by Mughlai cuisine which has roots in medieval Indo-Persian cultural history. With influences from Persian, Turkish, Arabic and Indian dishes, you can guess how many different tastes you will find on the menu!
What to expect:
In Bangladesh, street food is incredibly popular. Wherever you are, you will come across food stalls on the street. Both sides of the road in crowded cities are lined with stalls, and long lines of people queue for the foods and tastes they love, and tastes they come back for again and again.
Some of their most popular dishes are; Panta Ilish, Kacchi Biryani, Vuna Khichuri, Morog Polao, Grilled Chicken With Naan Roti, Haleem at Cooking It you'll discover a few of these very traditional dishes from Bangladesh.
Age restrictions: 16+
|Adult (1 person)||£65|
Paul started his work in kitchens washing dishes as a 15 year old, and soon grew to love the hustle and bustle of this industry. He’s now worked as a professional chef for 24 years in kitchens all over the UK, as well as the U.A.E and Netherlands. As well as sharing his love for food at Cooking It, Mark also works at the National Chef Academy as Vice Principal, combining his passion for food and teaching with enthusiastic apprentice chefs. As a chef he’s willing to try anything and is always on the lookout for unique flavour combinations.
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