Calle Fibba #12
Bucerias, Nayarit, Mexico
Casa Cielito Lindo Phone 329-298-2440

Class Menus

Monday/Lunes 2-5 pm

Taste of Oaxaca
600 peso

Menu Includes: 

Quesadillas de Champinones y Quesillo (Cheese and Mushroom Quesadillas)
Salsa de Chipotle
Sopa Tarrasca
(Traditional Oaxacan soup with beans and Tortillas)
Mole Amarillo de Pollo
(Yellow Mole with Chicken)
Arroz con Hierbabuena
(Rice with Mint)
Flan de Coco
(Coconut flan) 

Wednesday/Miercoles 2-5 pm

Summer Fresh Thai
650 peso

Menu Includes: 

Cold Spring Rolls with Spicy Mango Dip
Rice Noodles in Fragrant Curried Coconut Sauce
Cucumber & Peanut Crispy Tofu Salad
Phad Thai Noodles
Lemongrass & Kafir Lime Leaf Infused Mangoes
Vanilla Coconut Mango Chai Ice Cream

 

Thursday/Jueves 2-5 pm

Classic Indian Butter Chicken
650 peso

Menu Includes:

Butter Chicken
Garlic Cilantro Sesame Naan
Mattar Pullao

(Fragrant Basmati Rice)
Aloo Gobi

(Cauliflower with Potatoes and Peas)
Mango Chai Ice Cream  

Reservations and deposit required

Cooking Classes

Would you like to make more of your vacation time? Why not join us for some International cooking classes. During the hottest time of the day, get out of the sun and learn to make some timeless classics. 

A Hand in the Kitchen Catering hosts classes from the award winning Casa Cielito Lindo B&B.

Sit around our counter and watch or put on an apron and help out. 

Taste of Oaxaca –- The sundrenched valley city of Oaxaca, in the Mexican state of the same name, is considered by many to be the country’s culinary capital.  Apart from being the land of seven moles, Oaxaca also boasts an impressive gastronomic repertoire long admired by the rest of Mexico. 

Summer Fresh Thai – - The Cuisine of Thailand is a skilled blend of the most interesting elements of Asian cooking. Sweet and aromatic spices give complexity to curry sauces and when blended with ginger, lemon grass and lime leaves, they make a taste uniquely Thai. 

Classic Indian Butter Chicken – Indian cooking is achieved by layering spices that include bitter, pungent, sweet, salty, sour, and astringent.  Research suggests there are significant health benefits from eating an Indian influenced diet. 

All classes include welcome beverage, full meal (with wine or beer) and recipe handouts.

Classes have a maximum 6 students, minimum of 3