Learn to cook Indian Food in a few hours – Do What Locals Do


Learn to cook Indian Food in a few hours https://www.dowhatlocalsdo.io/en/listings/111826-learn-to-cook-indian-food-in-a-few-hours
“Fun and interesting way to learn Indian cooking in New Delhi. These cooking #classes are a fun and informative way to learn the secrets of Indian cooking. Our cooking classes teach more than just ways to cook Indian food. Our guests also learn the finer details and secrets which make Indian #food so special.

We try to provide as much knowledge as possible in shortest possible amount of time without making it too rushed. Our focus is to provide an enjoyable cooking and #eating session for everyone. Following are some of the cooking classes that you can consider joining. The dishes mentioned are for reference and can be modified according to requirements of the guests.

#cookingclass #cookingdemo
Depending upon the expertise and duration of classes, our guests can learn how to cook anything from a few appetizers to multi-course Indian meals. Our #cooking instructors teach how to use the optimum blend of easily available ingredients and spices to create a perfect Indian meal.
#learncooking #indianfood

Average duration : 5 hours”
from India Food Yoga https://www.dowhatlocalsdo.io/en/listings/111826-learn-to-cook-indian-food-in-a-few-hours


Heritage Tour Of Agra – Do What Locals Do


Agra Heritage Tour https://www.dowhatlocalsdo.io/en/listings/111567-heritage-tour-of-agra
“This private #heritage #tour of Agra is a great choice for history buffs who want to explore the history of Agra town in better detail than what is possible in normal sightseeing tours. This #Agra heritage tour lets you see the major monuments of Agra city not just limited to #Taj Mahal and Agra Fort. The private guide will help you understand the details in each place and rich history of this ancient city. Includes pick-up drop Delhi, lunch and entrance fees and all taxes.
#agra #photography #phototour #photowalk
Languages spoken: English, Hindi.
Recommended gear: A moderate amount of walking is involved, so wear comfortable shoes and clothes.
Included in price: Snacks. Taxes, entry fees Bottled water Sanitizer and hand wipes .
Free pickup and drop from central Delhi. One meal, bottled water. Entry fees”
#phototours #tajmahal #photowalks
from India Food Yoga https://www.dowhatlocalsdo.io/en/listings/111567-heritage-tour-of-agra

Delhi Monuments Photography Tour – Do What Locals Do


Photography Tour of Delhi Monuments https://www.dowhatlocalsdo.io/en/listings/111555-delhi-monuments-photography-tour
In this photography #tour, we cover some of the must visit monuments and places in Delhi city like Humayun’s Tomb, Qutub Minar, Red Fort, India Gate, Janpath, Rajpath and a few others depending upon preferences of the guests and available time. This photography tour is a good choice for people who want to take good pictures of the places they are visiting or want their pictures taken in the places they visit.
#delhi #monuments
“A must do for history buffs and people interested in sightseeing, this photography tour helps you explore and photograph the major landmarks of Delhi city at your own pace. Having a professional photographer as your guide will help you discover the best shots which most people miss.
#photography #phototour #photowalk


Included in price: Snacks. Taxes, entry fees Bottled water Sanitizer and hand wipes .
Free pickup and drop from central Delhi.
At least 1 meal”
from India Food Yoga https://www.dowhatlocalsdo.io/en/listings/111555-delhi-monuments-photography-tour


Recipe: Samosa


For stuffing

Large potato 1
Onions 2
Green peas,cooked 4 tablespoon
Peanuts,cooked 4 tablespoon
Red chilli powder 3/4 tablespoon
garam Masala 1/2 tsp
Coriander powder 1 tablespoon
Chat masala powder 3/4 tablespoon
Turmeric ½ tablespoon
Coriander leaves 4 tablespoons
Ginger,finely chopped 1 tablespoon
Jeera or Ajwain(omam) 1 ttablespoon
Oil 2 tablespoons
Salt as needed
For Dough

Maida 3/4 cup
Sooji/Rava 1/4 cup
Oil/Ghee 2 tablespoon
Salt ½ tablespoon
Baking powder ½ tablespoon

Mix maida,rava,salt,baking powder and oil to a crumbly mixture in a bowl. Add enough water and make a stiff yet smooth dough.
Knead for 5-7 minutes and make the dough elastic and keep a side for 1/2 hour or until you prepare the masala stuffing.

Pressure cook potato and peas+peanuts until soft. Peel the skin of the potato and chop it roughly.

Heat a pan in with oil and season with jeera/ajwain. Add ginger and sliced onion and fry for 2 minutes on medium flame. Add cooked peanuts and the green peas, masala powders(red chilli, dhaniya, garam masala and chat masala) and give a quick stir.

Add 1/4 cup water and cook for 2 minutes.

Add potato and mix well. Add the coriander leaves and fry for 2 minutes or until the masala is ready. Neither too dry nor watery.

Again give a gentle knead to the dough and divide into medium sized balls(12-14).Roll into a thin circle and cut it into 2 equal parts with knife.

Apply water in the straight edge.
Now make a cone by joining along the straight edges by overlapping them.

Spoon the stuff until 3/4 th of the cone.
Close the cone and seal it properly. Repeat until you finish making all the samosas. You can first roll all the balls and cut them into two and keep,then proceed to the next step.

Heat oil until hot and drop 3-4 samosas at a time and cook in medium flame to ensure even cooking,until golden brown. Drain in paper towels.

Serve hot with chutney

#indianfood #food #cooking #recipe
from India Food Yoga http://foodtourindelhi.com/indian-snack-recipe-samosa/


Indian Food Recipe : Chicken Biryani

How to cook Chicken Biryani

Biryani has been originated in Turkey or Persia. The Muslim travelers have brought this to India and other places on the map closer to Persia. You can make a vegetable, mutton, chicken, prawn, fish biryani. The famous and most consumed is the Chicken Biryani. Traditionally earthen pots are used to make biryani to bring out the best aroma from the best quality ingredients used in the dish.


1 kg – chicken, cut into medium size pieces.
½ kg basmati rice.
1.5 glasses of water.
1 tsp. – Ginger paste.
1 tsp. – Garlic Paste.
3- Large onions finely sliced.
3 – Green chillies, chopped.
1 cup – chopped fresh mint leaves.
1 cup – chopped fresh coriander leaves.
1 tsp – red chilli powder.
10 strands of saffron.
½ cup – milk.
2 cups – yoghurt.
2-3 tbsp. – lemon juice.
7- Cloves.
2 – Bay leaves.
5 – Green cardamoms.
1 – Inch piece cinnamon.
2 tbsp. – ghee.
¾ cup – oil.
Salt to taste.
Grind to paste – 7 cloves, 4 cardamoms, ½ tsp – whole pepper, ½ inch piece – cinnamon.
#indiancooking #india #cookingclass

How to cook:

Soak saffron in milk and keep aside.

Fry the sliced onions till crispy golden brown in color. Set aside to cool.

When cool, grind to a coarse texture and set aside
Rub ginger and garlic paste all over the chicken

Add red chilli powder, half of the mint and coriander, lemon juice, green chilles, the ground spices ,crushed onions, yoghurt and the oil in which the onions were fried .Marinate for 2 hours

In a heavy-bottomed pan, put the chicken along with the marinade and cook on medium heat until the gravy is not fully fried.

Boil 1.5 glasses of water, when hot enough add some whole cloves, bay leaves, cardamoms and cinnamon then add salt and the rice. Parboil the Rice

Drain the water and keep the rice side

To layer the biryani add ghee in an earthen pot and layer rice then chicken gravy then rice and add the saffron milk to it

Put the remaining ghee , coriander, mint leaves to garnish

Seal the biryani and cook till rice is fully cooked
Serve hot with raita.

#cooking #indianfood #recipe
from India Food Yoga http://indiafoodtour.com/indian-food-recipe-chicken-biryani/

Photo Walk of Old Delhi with food tasting – Do What Locals Do


Photo Tour of Old Delhi with food tasting
This is a #walk through the old core of Delhi city and will stay fresh in memory for life.

This photo walk of Old Delhi city helps you photograph some of the iconic landmarks and various lesser known corners of this part of city. The guests also get a refreshing insight in to the lives of people closely entwined with the older traditions typical to this part of India. In this photo walk, the guests walk through centuries old bazaars, interact with local people going about their daily lives, taste some great local food and see some old havelis (mansions).
#photowalk #phototour #citywalks
This photo tour can cover following places:
Chandni Chowk, Laal Kuan (metal market), Kinaari Bazaar, Camera Market, Spice Market, Book Market
Chawari Bazaar (wedding card market) and a few others depending upon available time .
#citywalk #citytour #photowalks

from India Food Yoga https://www.dowhatlocalsdo.io/en/listings/111549-photo-walk-of-old-delhi-with-food-tasting

Food Tasting Tour of Delhi with meals – Do What Locals Do


Food Tasting Tour in India with meals

“This food walk is a fun filled, delicious tour package which is a great way to spend 6 hours while exploring various aspects of Delhi city.Food lovers can use this tour to discover the culinary specialties of Old #Delhi and New Delhi from some of the most famous food joints of the city. A few have been in business for more than 100 years. In addition to food tasting, the guests also see a number of hidden sights of the city which are not printed in any guide book and are normally missed by normal tourists .

The tour itinerary and #food items included can be tailored to suit the dietary requirements of the guests.
#citywalks #citytours
Free pickup and drop is available from central Delhi. For places outside this place. it will cost USD 25 extra for the group.” #foodwalks #foodtours
from India Food Yoga https://www.dowhatlocalsdo.io/en/listings/111548-food-tasting-tour-of-delhi-with-meals