In this workshop, the children will learn how to make delicious GULABJAMUN, a classic Indian dessert with flour, milk solids, sugar and cardamom powder. The children will enjoy making the dough for Gulab jamun and balls to fry. They will learn to make sugar syrup and soak the balls in the syrup. Secrets to making delicious treat will be shared!
Vegan options available.
Suitable for children aged between 8-12 years old.
What you will learn
how to make Gulab jamuns
how to make delicious sugar syrup
right technique of flying the balls
What you will get
taste testers and dessert to take home
confidence to replicate the recipe at home
tips and tricks
What you need to bring
containers to take home your delicious food
closed toe shoes and hair ties (if required)
About the tutor
A specialist in authentic North Indian cuisine, Seema Choubey teaches cooking classes across Melbourne. Seema’s teaching style is informal, hands on, interactive and always lots of fun for participants. Seema joyfully shares her skills, traditional cuisine and culture with all.
Everyone is guaranteed to have a great experience.
Please ensure children are dropped off at YCC, 59 Francis Street, Yarraville at 4.00pm. Children will need to be picked up by 5.30pm sharp. Please meet the tutor when dropping off and picking up your children.
Please let the tutor know if your children has any dietary requirements and/or allergies.
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Thursday 1 December
4.00pm – 5.30pm (1 session)
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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land, the Wurundjeri Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation and lands on which Yarraville Community Centre is located and where we work. We pay our respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging. Always was and always will be, Aboriginal land.