Indian Heritage Centre programme gives kids chance to make prata, murukku

The Indian Indian Heritage Centre's "Little Indian Chefs!" Heritage Hunt will take young ones on a learning journey around the Little India precinct to learn about Indian cuisine and meet food stall owners.
The Indian Indian Heritage Centre's "Little Indian Chefs!" Heritage Hunt will take young ones on a learning journey around the Little India precinct to learn about Indian cuisine and meet food stall owners.PHOTO: INDIAN HERITAGE CENTRE

SINGAPORE - This week, children aged five to 12 will get the chance to flip their own prata and make their own murukku as part of the Indian Heritage Centre's (IHC) "Little Indian Chefs!" Heritage Hunt.

Held on Wednesday (June 12) and Saturday (June 15) as part of the National Heritage Board's Children's Season, the fourth edition of the IHC's annual Heritage Hunt will take young ones on a learning journey around the Little India precinct to learn about Indian cuisine and meet food stall owners, including vegetable sellers and sweets chefs.

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