Cooking With Rani: Roti classes with Rani

Indian Flatbread Chapathi roti paratha lacha

Cooking With Rani: Roti classes with Rani

General Admission
$45.00 + $3.37 ticket fee

Cooking With Rani

Roti classes


When: Wednesday, May 15, 2024 - Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Time:  6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 

Location: Spicez, 1610 Wisconsin Ave NW
                  Washington DC, 20007 

Class Description:

The materials will be provided.

Roti, a round flatbread native to the Indian subcontinent, is made with whole-wheat flour known as atta, mixed with water, oil, and salt in a utensil called Parat, and cooked on a Tava (Flat Skillet). It is popular in many countries including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Trinidad, and Mauritius.

As a young girl, I eagerly waited beside my mother in the kitchen as she made chapatis (rotis). She indulged my boundless curiosity by saving me the last small round of dough to practice with, always bringing a smile to my face.

Perfecting the art of making roti took time and dedication, a passion that fueled my exploration of various art forms. My mother kept things interesting by making Aloo Paratha (Stuffed Potato Bread) on Sundays, and occasionally treating us to Puran Poli, a sweet bread made with a stuffed sweet lentil filling. What amazed me most was that all these flatbreads were crafted from the same wheat flour.

Watching my mother, Shanta, effortlessly create these culinary delights, I grew up fascinated by her cooking. Sometimes, under her patient guidance, I would attempt to cook alongside her, realizing that the journey of learning is endless.

Now, I am excited to share the knowledge and experiences I have gathered over the years. I invite you to join me in discovering the art of making roti in this wonderful community.

In this class, you will learn how to make the dough and create three different forms of bread: roti, chapati, and parathas. We will also enjoy dinner at the end of the class.

I look forward to seeing you.

Refund Policy:
All sales are final.
1. Tickets once purchased cannot be modified or cancelled. No Refunds will be issued under any circumstance unless an event is canceled or rescheduled.
2. If event is cancelled, in most cases you won't need to do anything. We will inform you about the cancellation and face value of the ticket will be refunded to your account, NOT the service fee. Refunds will be processed by the same payment method used for purchase.
3. If an event is cancelled/postponed, Desiconnectevents.com will refund only the face value of the ticket and NOT the service fee.
4. By purchasing tickets you are accepting these terms.

Venue Details: 

Location:  Spicez, 1610 Wisconsin Ave NW
                  Washington DC, 20007 

Cooking With Rani

Roti classes


When: Wednesday, May 15, 2024 - Wednesday, June 26, 2024

Time:  6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. 

Location: Spicez, 1610 Wisconsin Ave NW
                  Washington DC, 20007 

Class Description:

The materials will be provided.

Roti, a round flatbread native to the Indian subcontinent, is made with whole-wheat flour known as atta, mixed with water, oil, and salt in a utensil called Parat, and cooked on a Tava (Flat Skillet). It is popular in many countries including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Trinidad, and Mauritius.

As a young girl, I eagerly waited beside my mother in the kitchen as she made chapatis (rotis). She indulged my boundless curiosity by saving me the last small round of dough to practice with, always bringing a smile to my face.

Perfecting the art of making roti took time and dedication, a passion that fueled my exploration of various art forms. My mother kept things interesting by making Aloo Paratha (Stuffed Potato Bread) on Sundays, and occasionally treating us to Puran Poli, a sweet bread made with a stuffed sweet lentil filling. What amazed me most was that all these flatbreads were crafted from the same wheat flour.

Watching my mother, Shanta, effortlessly create these culinary delights, I grew up fascinated by her cooking. Sometimes, under her patient guidance, I would attempt to cook alongside her, realizing that the journey of learning is endless.

Now, I am excited to share the knowledge and experiences I have gathered over the years. I invite you to join me in discovering the art of making roti in this wonderful community.

In this class, you will learn how to make the dough and create three different forms of bread: roti, chapati, and parathas. We will also enjoy dinner at the end of the class.

I look forward to seeing you.

Refund Policy:
All sales are final.
1. Tickets once purchased cannot be modified or cancelled. No Refunds will be issued under any circumstance unless an event is canceled or rescheduled.
2. If event is cancelled, in most cases you won't need to do anything. We will inform you about the cancellation and face value of the ticket will be refunded to your account, NOT the service fee. Refunds will be processed by the same payment method used for purchase.
3. If an event is cancelled/postponed, Desiconnectevents.com will refund only the face value of the ticket and NOT the service fee.
4. By purchasing tickets you are accepting these terms.

Venue Details: 

Location:  Spicez, 1610 Wisconsin Ave NW
                  Washington DC, 20007 

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