Join a cooking workshop conducted by a dada, a traditional Moroccan cook, or a chef from a local restaurant. Small groups of up to 10 participants work alongside a translator and the chef to learn classic Moroccan cooking techniques using modern equipment found in everyday kitchens. At the end of the workshop, participants dine on the meal they have prepared together. A typical half-day workshop will include instruction for an appetizer and a main dish, or a main dish and a dessert.
Begin with a greeting and brief description of Moroccan cuisine by an English speaking interpreter.
Moroccan bread baking demonstration at a communal bread oven.
Visit to the spice market.
Cook at your own workstation alongside the chefs to prepare a delicious Moroccan meal.
Moroccan Meals: two Moroccan cooked salads, chicken & preserved lemon tajine with olives, pastilla with milk for dessert.
Participate in a traditional Moroccan tea ceremony.
Dine on the lunch or dinner you have prepared.
Option to add Moroccan wine pairings for an additional fee.
Assortment of Moroccan briouates, or turnovers – cheese, chicken, ground meat, vegetables, and seafood
Chicken with almonds Seafood Vegetables
Chicken tajine with preserved lemon and olives
Chicken tajine M’derbel with stewed tomatoes, cinnamon, and sesame seeds
Lamb tajine with dates and almonds
Lamb tajine with figs and walnuts
Beef or lamb tajine Makfoul with steamed tomatoes and onions
Lamb tajine with prunes and apricots
Chicken or lamb with caramelized onions Chicken or lamb with seven vegetables
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