India Food Network
Oct 18, 2016
What’s Diwali without some ghee-laden sweets?
For time immemorial, our mothers and grandmothers have spent countless hours making mithais to celebrate Diwali in its truest sense. Unfortunately a fast paced lifestyle have left us with no time to create these sugary goodies in our kitchens.
This Diwali, say no to store-brought chocolates and make your own sweets at home.
This weekend, go back to your roots and learn to make traditional sweets at Renaissance, Mumbai from Chef Ram Dutt. Join the masterclass as the chef teaches Indian sweets like Mirchi Ka Halwa, Kaju Katli, Laddus and many more festive favourites. Learn a few tips and tricks, which will help you recreate these sweets at home with ease.
“Ever since I was a child, I’ve had a liking for sweets and desserts. I grew up watching my father make some of the most delicious laddus, which is why I was inclined to join the industry to recreate them. And what better time to satisfy your sweet tooth than the festive season?” says Chef Dutt.
What: Diwali Masterclass with Chef Ram Dutt
When: October 22, 2016 between 3:30pm-4:00pm
Where: Renaissance Mumbai Convention Centre Hotel, Powai
Price: Rs. 500/- per person
Click here to register or call on +91 22 6692 7491.