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“You'll eat better here than in any Indian restaurant in town”
Review of Ayesha's Kitchen

Ayesha's Kitchen
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Miami, Florida
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4 reviews
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“You'll eat better here than in any Indian restaurant in town”
Reviewed September 12, 2012

Ayesha demystifies Indian cuisine. She explains every spice and freely divuldges all of the secrets to insanely yummy food. When you leave here, stuffed to the gills on what you just made, you immediately feel confident that you too can cook that meal at home. Ayesha's passion for cooking is contagious. She makes it very easy for you to replicate the dishes by offering (for a modest sum) a spice packet of all the essentials for you to make the dish...twice! It's without a doubt, worth every penny.

Visited September 2012
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English first
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
2 reviews
“Got Spice? You can't beat this class, or the meal afterward!”
Reviewed September 11, 2012

I just took one of the new classes called "Passage to South India." It was fantastic. The class was based on a dough made from rice and lentils. With this dough we made stuffed crepes called "Dosas" and spicy pancakes that were all amazing. The side dishes were an excellent spicy and sour lentil soup, with a spicy green plantain vegetable. The coconut chutney topped the meal off perfectly. I really recommend this class!

Visited September 2012
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Miami, Florida
1 review
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“Best Indian cooking class you could possibly find”
Reviewed June 12, 2012

My boyfriend, my friend and I loved Ayesha's Indian cooking class very much. The day after the cooking class, I got to meet my boyfriend's father who is indian. He loved the Sheera I made. It was such a brilliant idea going to Ayesha's class and got to learn how to make healthy indian food and dessert. I really appreciate her cooking skills, the recipes she created and the food she made. I encourage everybody who is interested in cooking indian food to attend her class. Indian food is not hard to make.

Visited June 2012
2 Thank PL L
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Florida Keys
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24 reviews
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“Best Indian Food in Florida”
Reviewed May 21, 2012

I just completed my 5th class at Ayesha’s (HOME) kitchen.
Ayesha is a very organized and enthusiastic teacher with a huge smile.
More importantly her recipes were EASY to duplicate at home. She even sells you (for a nominal fee) a starter kit with all the spices measured out exactly so your first try at home will go smoothly. I went with my college age daughter who loves Indian food. We all enjoyed eating
our Indian lunch under Ayesha's chikee hut following the class! Book classes early because every class sells out fast.
Great gift idea for birthdays, Mother's day, Fathers day or for me anyday!

Visited May 2012
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“An Exotic Treat for your Tastebuds”
Reviewed September 14, 2011

I signed up the Classic Curry class offered by Ayesha’s Kitchen at the request of my husband who adores Indian food. I have always liked it, but having sampled all the local Indian restaurants, I have never been able to find one which could be considered exceptional.
Once the students arrived for the class, we were led into the kitchen where Ayesha first provided us with an orientation of Indian spices , their flavors and added health benefits. She then began the cooking lesson thoroughly explaining what she doing every step of the way. As she prepared the several recipes which would later comprise the grand finale meal, guests were enticed by the tempting aromas emitting from the stove top.
Once the lesson was completed, guests were treated to a delicious Indian meal which was served out under Ayesha’s chickee hut Guests were later provided with the copies of the several recipes which were made during the lesson and given the opportunity to purchase kits containing all the spices needed to prepare the meal at home.
There were cooks and non- cooks alike in the class and everyone thoroughly enjoyed themselves. An I went from someone who liked Indian food to someone who finally saw the light and tasted exceptional Indian food discovering it is the fresh ingredients which make the difference.

Visited August 2011
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