Zoom Indian Cooking Classes


As we all know too well, Covid-19 has disrupted our daily lives. From grocery shopping to just eating dinner, finding fun ways to cook and eat the foods we all love suddenly got a lot more complicated. One of my favorite ways to cook with all of you was by hosting cooking demos at Whole Foods. Even though we can’t meet in person anymore, I wanted to create a way to talk, cook and chat with all of you while still selling my products and supporting the stores that support us. Here’s what you need to do to set up your own personal cooking class with me and up to 10 of your friends: 

Pick a date and time. Get a group of your friends together that want to take an online Zoom Indian cooking class with me. They will all need a computer or phone and must download the appropriate software.

Send me an email with all of your friends included, as well as the date and time you would like to hold the cooking class.

I will send out the recipe for the dish we are going to cook to everyone included in the email. It will also include the ingredient list so you know exactly what products to buy a week before the class!

Everyone in the class will purchase ingredients INCLUDING the appropriate Indian As Apple Pie (IAAP) ingredients. Most recipes include 1-4 key IAAP items. 

Everyone must email or text a photo of their receipt that shows the date purchased, which store products were purchased from, and a shot of your IAAP products. That is your ticket into the class. No exceptions. I must receive them at least 24 hours before the class. 

Once I get your photos, you will be provided with a zoom link to the class. 

The goal is to support all the stores that support my company but putting our products on their shelves. If you are not near a store that sells our products? No worries, shop online right on this website. But, give yourself some time for your products to arrive. You can even appoint one person to shop for everyone and then drop off product if you live in the same area. 

The class itself is free. Normally my classes cost between $60 and $150/person. But, I'm just happy to see you all cooking Indian, supporting my products, and helping the stores that gave us a chance. 

Click here for a list of who stocks us right now? If your local Midwest retailer does not stock us ... head over to their customer service desk and tell them about us. 

Thank you for helping me to spread the #SpicyLove that we all need about now! 

I can’t wait to cook with all of you! See you online! 

 

 

 Past Events

 

The Indian Instant Pot with Author Anupy Singla
Friday @630p | Demonstration Style | 2 hour class | $20
Come learn what the fuss is all about. Anupy will break down the basics of using an electric pressure cooker i.e. Instant Pot and show you how to make the iconic dish, Dal Makhani (Buttery Lentils), cashew-spiced basmati rice, grated radish salad and Yogurt Raita. To save your spot, please click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-indian-instant-pot-with-author-anupy-singla-tickets-97145828789

 

JANUARY 2020 


 

Chicago: Whole Foods, Lincoln Park, January 17, 2020
The Indian Instant Pot with Author Anupy Singla
Friday @630p | Demonstration Style | 2 hour class | $20
Come learn what the fuss is all about. Anupy will break down the basics of using an electric pressure cooker i.e. Instant Pot and show you how to create your own delicious Indian curry from black chickpeas. You'll enjoy samples of Black Chickpea Curry, Basmati Rice, Spiced Salad, and fragrant Yogurt Raita. To save your spot, please call Customer Service at 312.587.0648. 
Click for more:  
https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/service/lincoln-parks-cooking-classroom

 

2019 Events, Cooking Classes & Appearances

Tuesday, June 18, Eastside Food Co-op
2551 Central Ave. NE Minneapolis, MN 
10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

Come stop in to taste our latest product on the shelf at your local Co-op - black chickpeas. I'll be sampling out my delicious veggie burgers with a tikka masala vegan mayo. This event is free and open to everyone. Can't wait to see you all!