A Pink Ribbon breakfast’s being spiced up in Queenstown tomorrow.

Tall Poppy realtor Dimple Tuteja is hosting an Indian cooking class at the Lake Hayes Pavilion, with all proceeds going to the Breast Cancer Foundation NZ.

Tuteja previously hosted a sold-out cooking class in Cromwell (pictured), so decided to bring the concept to Queenstown.

The class includes Q&A and take-home recipes, including chaat, a popular Indian snack.

Tuteja’s personally motivated to raise money for the charity — her aunt in India died of breast cancer, which took a mental toll on her.

‘‘As a person, I’m feeling more confident than I used to be, so I thought I may as well use my cooking skills to educate people and raise money at the same time,’’ she says.

The workshop and fundraiser runs from 6pm to 8.30pm tomorrow — tickets are $45 per person, via Humanitix

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