Many visitors to Morocco cannot help but be impressed by the country’s culinary scene, with delicious tagines, meaty brochettes, steaming piles of couscous, and varied regional specialties to savor. Moroccan cuisine typically uses fresh, locally grown ingredients and an assortment of spices to give plenty of flavor. Most dishes are accompanied by bread
Moroccans love bread! Several cooking schools, riads, and restaurants provide the opportunity for visitors to learn how to recreate their favorite Moroccan dishes back at home. A great experience for foodies, here are some of the best cooking classes in Morocco.
THE COOKING WORKSHOP
Through this workshop, we offer you to learn how to use our traditional ingredients in order to be able to make a real Moroccan meal in the purest tradition of family cooking. Under the guidance of our great Chef, you will attend and participate in the elaboration of typical dishes such as salads, Briouates, Tajines, Pastillas, Couscous … while taking notes on Which will be handed to you upon your arrival.
Last act, it’s your turn! Break into small groups or individually a mystery recipe that you will prepare without assistance will be awarded to you. After handing over your preparations to the kitchen for cooking, our Chef will blindly taste each of them to designate the Top Chef of the day who will receive a diploma in good form … as well as a surprise on the part Of our Pastry Chef.
Finally, in reward of all these efforts and in the well deserved shade of an orange tree, you will taste all the preparations of the day.