Mumbaikar Lloyd Rodrigues will conduct the session where he will teach participants how to make four East Indian dishes.
"The third is a rice dish, which is colloquially referred to as Wedding Rice, since it is usually prepared as part of the East Indian wedding spread," informs Khan.
The second item on the menu, shares Rodrigues, is the East Indian Potato Chops, a much-loved snack featuring crumb-coated potato mash stuffed with spiced minced meat.
And the sweet dish that participants will learn to make is a unique preparation called Letri.
The dish is akin to a pulao, and comes topped generously with fried onions and shavings of almonds and cashew nuts.