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Nepalese cooking class Dal Bhat

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Duration

45 minutes preparation time, 60 minutes cooking time

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Cancellation

Up to 7 days

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Group Size

Up to 6 people

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Languages

English

Overview

Dal Bhat is the most common dish in Nepal and it is eaten twice daily by most of the Nepalese people. Your Nepalese cook will teach you how to make a delicious Dal Bhat that makes you feel like you are in Nepal.

At the same time while he is cooking live for you, you can join him and prepare your own Dal Bhat in your own kitchen. You are going to cook the following: Rice (in Nepal we call this Bhat), Dal Fried (lentil sauce), vegetable curry, chicken curry ( if you like), tomato pickle and pappadum.

Highlights

  • Cook a tasty Dal Bhat
  • Learn about the Nepalese way of cooking and the ingredients
  • Watch how Ragobur is cooking
  • Make your own Dal Bhaat at the same time
  • Ask your questions directly!

Your local host

Your cook is Ragobhir Tharu.

Namaste, I am Ragobhir Tharu. I am born and raised in Bardiya and are from a Tharu family. Since 8 years I love to cook delicious food for guests from all over the world who come to visit Bardia National Park. I love share my knowledge and passion about cooking with you.

Ragobhur Tharu

What to bring

After your reservation you receive an e-mail with a list what kind of ingredients you need to buy and instructions what to prepare in advance. Below the cooking tools you need

  • Pressure cooker (for boiling the lentils, if you do not have a pressure cooker, you need  a regular cooking pot)
  • Cooking pot big for rice
  • Cooking pot small
  • Fry pan big
  • Fry pan small
  • A few bowls
  • Blender  or mixture machine

How to join

For this class we use Zoom. You receive the instructions about how to join after your booking.

Book a private tour

Book a private virtual tour only for your friends and family. You can invite up to 10 participants in total for only € 100,00. Send us an inquiry for more information and we will contact you.

Important to know

What is a cooking class?
A cooking class is a live demonstration about how to cook Nepali food. You can cook yourself the meal simultaneously and ask questions. You will cook together with the other participants. Turn on your video, it is a great experience! After finishing the class you can share your results.
What do I need to join this tour?
To join this virtual tour you need a computer, tablet or mobile with a stable internet connection. For this webinar tour we use Zoom. Zoom is an online platform for meetings. If you use your computer, you do not need to download or install software. If you use a tablet or phone, you need to download the app. You can test Zoom here: https://zoom.us/test.
In what time zone are the virtual tours conducted?
The starting time of the virtual tour is mentioned in GMT+1 (or GMT +2 in summer). Amsterdam time.
Can I tip the cook?
At the moment it is not possible to leave a tip for the host yet. The prices of the virtual tours are based on regular income for Nepalese guides. In the future it will be possible to tip the host if you are happy about the service.
Can I also book a private tour?
Of course that is possible. It is a great experience to attend this tour with only your friends, family or colleagues. Contact us by mail or chat to schedule a date and time.
Can I reschedule or cancel my reservation?
Until 48 hours before the start of the virtual tour, it is possible to reschedule your booking. To reschedule your booking, you can contact us by mail. If you choose to cancel the booking more than 7 days before the original date of the virtual tour, you will receive a credit voucher for the full value of your payment. If you choose to cancel the booking less than 7 days before the original date of the virtual tour, you will not receive a refund.
Are virtual tours also weather dependent?
The month of June is the time that every farmer is plowing the field with his oxes and that many ladies go together into the fields to plant the rice. Because this is a live tour outside, every tour takes place at a different spot. If the weather forecast predicts rain, we will have to cancel and rebook the program. Take into account that the data connection in Nepal are vulnerable and sometimes the connection can get lost.

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