Love Sri Lankan food, but don’t know how to make it? You can now with my live zoom cooking classes

Love Sri Lankan food, but don’t know how to make it? You can now with my live zoom cooking classes

Learn to make authentic Sri Lankan food with my live zoom cooking classes. I will teach you to make a range of Sri Lankan curries, from scratch, no ready-made sauces, no shortcuts.

Together we’ll create authentic, home-cooked Sri Lankan meals live, in real-time together through my zoom cooking classes.

While you’re cooking in your kitchen, I’ll be cooking in mine and together we’ll chop, slice, dice and cook to create Sri Lankan food. And as soon as the class is over, you will have a meal, ready to eat with your family or friends.

Don’t worry if you’re not a great cook. I’ll be there, in front of you, supporting and guiding you and answering any questions you have.

What will you make during my Sri Lankan zoom cooking classes ?

During the live online cookery classes, we’ll create a number of Sri Lankan recipes. I’ve chosen the family recipes that we regularly eat at home. All the recipes I’ve chosen are easy to make and are a great introduction to Asian family cooking.

The dishes we are making are a combination of meat or vegetarian. And because you are cooking them in your kitchen, you can adapt the recipes to your dietary requirements.

I’m working on my next programme of cooking classes. If you are interesting in getting on the mailing list simply join my mailing list and I will let you know when they start.

Be the first to know when my next programme of classes starts

I’m putting together my next programme of classes.

I’m in the process of testing out a new class menu. If you want to be the first to know when my classes are released, then join my mailing list.

In the meantime, you’ll get a copy of my free guide to start you on your culinary journey into Sri Lankan cooking.

Cooking class FAQs

What times does the live zoom cooking classes start?

Classes will usually start around 17:00 UK time and will last between 90 – 120 minutes. At the end of the class, you will have fabulous food ready to eat.

What do you need to take part in the Sri Lankan zoom cooking classes?

You can use any mobile device or laptop – anything that you can have near you while you cook.

You need to download Zoom on to your device before the class starts.

I will send you a shopping and equipment list after you have booked your online class.

You will need a fully functioning cooker and oven – it doesn’t matter if it’s gas, electric or induction.

Do I need any special equipment for the zoom cooking classes

No. You just need your standard kitchen equipment. I will send you a shopping and equipment list after you have booked your online class.

If you have any questions about cooking equipment drop me a line at

What ingredients will I need?

A grocery and equipment list will be sent to you once you have booked a class. Most major supermarkets stock a wide range of spices and Asian ingredients. You may have to venture to Asian grocers to source curry leaves (either fresh or dried). Amazon sells many of the ingredients. All can be delivered to your door.

If you get stuck, drop me a line at 

Will the online cooking class also include how to cook rice?

No, the class will teach how to make a main dish a side dish, the rice will be down to you. Rice cooking is a passionate topic and everyone has a different way to cook rice. However, I am more than happy to offer advice on how to cook rice (which is the way I was taught!).

How much food will I make during the class

The food you cook during each class will easily feed a family of four, along with rice that you will cook either during the class or before. All the food can be frozen to be enjoyed at a later date.

How much does a live, online cooking class cost?

My classes are live, not recorded. Before each class, you will be sent a grocery and equipment list. Once you have completed the class you will be sent your recipe cards. Classes cost £47, per device.

When will your next programme of classes start?

Classes are starting in September, there are some old favourites such as the aubergine curry and dhal, the Sri Lankan prawns cooked in coconut with spiced leeks, and roast beetroot curry.

I’m excited to be introducing a new menu of classes to bring authentic flavours of Sri Lanka right into your kitchen.

For more information about the September programme please drop me a line at 

Class terms and conditions

Terms and conditions for the classes can be found here. By booking on to a class you are accepting the terms and conditions of the class.

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