Prata Making Workshop
Learn how to make prata with experienced prata chefs!
About the workshop
Roti prata belongs to a group of breads indigenous to India. Introduced to Singapore by Indian immigrants, roti prata is said to be either of Punjabi origin as wheat dishes feature prominently in the Punjabi diet, or introduced by the Muslim conquerors, who also specialised in making various types of breads. Whatever its origin, roti prata has become an integral component of Indian cuisine in Singapore!*
Prata is a fried flat bread cooked over a flat iron grill/ pan and usually served with chicken or mutton curry, dhaal and/ or sugar as a dipping dish. Crispy on the outside, soft and tender on the inside - Prata can often be seen being eaten any hour of the day in Singapore! Some people even call it the "Singaporean answer to the croissant".
Hosted by Casuarina Curry in the bustling midst of their open-concept restaurant, learn how prata is made and experience the skillful ways prata can be flipped to become your favorite prata dishes.
*Credits: Singapore Infopedia
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What you will experience
Unlimited Roti Prata and 1 hot drink at the end of this workshop! :)
Making prata requires skills in slapping and swinging the dough - something our chefs will be more than happy to demonstrate and have you try! In this prata making workshop, we will be learning how prata filled with popular add-ons such as egg, onion, cheese, banana and even instant noodles are flipped and prepared!
Our workshop structure is simply:
1. A brief introduction of prata, its history and dough making procedures.
2. Verbal explanation with demo on flipping the prata.
3. Q&A session if any.
4. Hands-on prata-making experience* (Limited to 3 pieces of dough per person, estimated 20-30 min)
5. Eating all the prata you can take!**
🎓 All participants will receive a certificate of participation 🎓
*For food and safety reasons, no frying will be part of the workshop
Cancellation is free of charge 24 hours before the scheduled start time.
Booking must be made 24 hours before the scheduled start time.
Take note that all workshops are unavailable on Public Holidays.
Avoid wearing watches, bracelets and rings during the workshop.
This workshop is vegetarian friendly; note that you will not ingest the prata that you flip, and that all prata on the menu except for egg prata is vegetarian. Please request for sambar for your gravy :)
Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.
Nearby this workshop
Yio Chu Kang MRT (North South Line)
Marymount MRT (Circle Line)