What you'll do
The day of the cooking lesson, first we will introduce each others and after we will show how to prepare the traditional moroccan welcoming mint tea. We will give a description of the dish we are going to prepare and we start to cook together. Chatting and having fun, step by step, we will cook and every step has a detailed descriptions. We will prepare 3 moroccan specialities easy to prepare at home: Bread, Baghrir (moroccan puncake) and Mahalabyyia (milk cream, it is a fresh moroccan dessert or a snack in the middle afternoon)
Try something new together
Try something new together
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Join easily and participate from home without a lot of prep.
I believe in love at first sight. It happened in my life many times: 12 years ago with Morocco, 10 years ago with my Riad and also with our chef Aicha. Coming from a berber family, she guided me into the deep of the traditional moroccan kitchen. She explained me everything, all her secrets and with enthusiasm she passed on my the love for Moroccan cuisine. Everything is prepared from scratch, only with fresh ingredients and always in the traditional way. I want through this cooking experience to push Moroccan cuisine all around the world in this difficult moment. Food makes people happy! I will be hosting the experience with Marina, Rita and Younes. Marina has been living here for 8 years and is addicted to Moroccan food. Rita is an influencer stuck in Morocco since March and Younes is part of my staff and has a cooking diploma.
What to bring
Equipment: Oven and Hob
Bread: • 500g white Flour • 350 cl Water at room temperature • 7g Fresh brewer’s yeast • 8g Salt…
Baghrir: 1 soup bowl of semolina - 1 soup bowl water room temperature - 2 tea spoon Fresh brewer’s y…
Mahalabyyia: 1l of milk - 5 spoon of corn flour (maizena) - 1 spoon of essence of orange flowers or…
Alternative ingredients: for the BREAD you can do it without yeast ( you don't have to wait for the …
Alternative ingredients: for the Mahalabyyia normal white flour instead of maizena
How to participate
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"the cooking class on line will be from the riad. The riad is the old moroccan familiar home in the medina. Walking inside a riad it's like a flashback in the moroccan tradition"
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This is a cooking class on line and the chefs can be on line with me or my staff. I will receive the reservation, I will get in touch with our chefs to know if there are any allergies. Within 1 week from the cooking class the chefs will receive the recipes by mail.
Bread and Moroccan sweets