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Home-Cooked Lunch in a Local Agra Home

Agra, India
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icon2 hours  (Approx.)
Private experience
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iconOffered in: English

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Have lunch in a private home in Agra where you experience the hospitality of India. Enjoy a private lunch that features authentic food made by a professional singer who recently opened a restaurant in Agra. Discuss Indian culture and learn about your host's history while eating in the beautiful home.
  • 2-hour lunch experience at a private home in Agra
  • Learn about classic ingredients in Indian cuisine and the specialties of Uttar Pradesh
  • Enjoy a home-cooked meal at a local home
  • Share conversation and a meal with a friendly local family in their own home
Make your own way to the private home in Cantoment Agra for your home-cooked lunch.

Your host gives you a brief tour of her kitchen that includes an introduction to spices that are frequently used in Indian cooking. Influenced by Mughal cooking techniques, the cuisine of Uttar Pradesh is known for its use of saffron, cardamom and other rich spices, as well as paneer (cheese) and mutton (goat).

Your meal might include traditional dishes such as shammi kebab (mincemeat cutlets), chicken kofta (meatball curry), white mutton stew, mutter paneer (peas and fresh cheese), sukhi arbi (dry colocasia leaves), and gajar ka halwa (carrot pudding). You'll be seated at the dining table with your host, and leave the home with new friends.

If available on the day of your visit, your host's husband will demonstrate how to make paratha (Indian flat bread) and tie a turban.

Please note: This experience provides the chance to visit an authentic, local home to share the culture and cuisine together. It is not a professional cooking class.
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