Cooking Classes in Marrakech

There’s nothing quite like the feeling of sitting down to eat a meal you’ve made yourself.

Cooking Classes in Marrakech

Certainly we all love traveling because there is always something new to taste, there’s something about discovering foreign lands that is exciting to us.and between the most exciting things to discover is the moroccan kitchen ,Marrakesh specifically – is an ideal goal for Cooking Classes in Marrakech.

If you want to spice up your life, so Its cooking is rich, both as far as history and the  vastness of ingredients. At root Marrakeshi cooking is Berber in inception, and enhanced with a large group of flavors from the Indian subcontinent, especially ,cumin, and ginger.

Cooking Classes Marrakech

Want to discover the secrets of our chefs? Indulge in a cooking class!
There are several options to introduce you to the making of traditional and creative little meals...

By taking a class, you’ll learn not just how to distinguish the nature of these flavors, however how to utilize them successfully There’s nothing superior to sharing great nourishment and encountering new dishes with other people who have similarly energy for food. In addition to the fact that this makes for extraordinary discussion, you’ll bond over the new sustenances that you attempt, make arrangements to find other nourishment encounters together and even locate another movement amigo the most important is  make new companions forever! You will have lots of hands-on fun together, learning how to cook up authentic moroccan dishes under the guidance of friendly instructors during the hours cooking classes .

The cooking classes in Marrakech took place in a beautiful garden outside or in spaces built in high tech and everything perfectly organise, you will walk round the corner to see a traditional bread baking oven and how to prepare a traditional mint tea.

you will be accompanied by a chef, engaging and happy to answer any questions. At this courses you can choose from plenty of dishes such as Harira a classic hearty Moroccan soup,Pastilla Also known as bastille or b’stilla, this Moroccan pie of flaky pastry is usually served at the beginning of the meal.

An evocative mixture of sweet, savoury and spicy, the pastilla traditionally contains pigeon, an eggy custard, almonds, saffron, cinnamon and fresh coriander. Zaalouk made with roasted aubergine, fresh tomato, garlic, cumin and coriander leaves.tajine made of tender meat with aromatic vegetables and sauce. So, what do you think? Would you like to take a cooking classes in marrakech with one of our hosts ?

Finally we think food experiences are a must when on your list wishes for your ultimate dish, so now it’s down to you to go and try it by your own!