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Average Cost of Indian Cooking Lessons

The average cost of 60-minute indian cooking lessons is $88. While the exact cost will vary depending on the teacher, type of lesson, and your location, you should expect to spend anywhere between $50 and $134 per hour.

30-min $15
 
$47 average
$67
45-min $45
 
$78 average
$100
60-min $50
 
$88 average
$134

For the best experience, we typically recommend 60-minute indian cooking lessons. However, students looking for a more affordable option may want to consider a shorter lesson length of 45 or 30 minutes. On average, 45-minute indian cooking lessons are 12% less expensive at $78, and 30-minute lessons cost 47% less at $47.

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Popular Indian Cooking instructors

Christine S.

Atlanta, GA

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Marcel M.

South Pasadena, CA

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Anagha A.

Saint Charles, MO

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About Christine S.

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Atlanta, GA
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About Marcel M.

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South Pasadena, CA

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I cook almost every day. As a German, I am used to homemade food and I am sure there is a lot I can teach my students.

Teaching is more a hobby and pleasure for me than a side job. My students mostly have to remind me that the time is over and I have to let them go. ;)

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Bill S. June 11, 2019
· Gardening · In home
I learned a lot from Marcel and liked his vision of how to redo the garden. The original garden was cluttered with overlapping plants and we discussed how to improve it. He pulled out his iPad and made several garden sketches that were helpful. The original garden was cluttered with overlapping plants and we decided to remove several of them and re-"orchestrate" the remaining ones. (We only bought new plants if they were needed to realize the new garden vision.) He is also a very hard worker, helping me (physically) transplant and add plants as required. For example, we transplanted a 100+ (?) pound Sago palm across the front yard. I would never have done that on my own (too heavy for me) but together we did it! Highly recommended. Bill
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Bill S. November 17, 2018
· Gardening · In home
Excellent teacher. We took a 20'x2' section of "dirt" in the back, redid the soil, transplanted a rose in that section, added two other new roses and a bunch of ground cover. Looks great! Recommended.
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Ems H. July 2, 2017
· Mixed Martial Arts · In home
I did not actually take any lessons with him, but his schedule did not reflect what showed as available in Takelessons. He had a very bad attitude and would not actually schedule the lesson after several exchanges.

About Anagha A.

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Saint Charles, MO
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I never ever cooked a single dish when I was staying with my parents. I neither thought about learning not showed any interest when my mom used show me how to cook a particular curry. But when I moved out of state for my job, being a foodie, I genuinely missed homemade food and variety of dishes my mom used to cook. Those cravings made me learn and cook on my own. I started cooking and developed an interest when my food tasted awesome and others appreciated it. From knowing nothing about cooking to being an expert now, I know what it takes to make a tasty and healthy Indian dish. And that is why I decided to teach beginners ( as I was like them once). I know how to develop interest in cooking Indian dishes for beginners and I love to chitchat, crack jokes while cooking and make the whole process happy, cheerful and positive. I believe food cooked with positive and happy mind always tastes best and unique.

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