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Learn how to make Turkish treats like 'borek' pastries, stuffed eggplant and sweet baklava with a unique cooking class in a local family home. Enjoy an authentic taste of Cappadocian life as you shop for fresh ingredients at the local market and feast on a homemade 3-course lunch or dinner, accompanied by traditional Turkish coffee. This 4-hour tour includes hotel pick-up and a local interpreter, and can be adapted to suit vegetarians or those with food allergies.
Uncover the secrets of Turkey’s delicious cuisine and master traditional cooking techniques with a 4-hour private cooking-class in a local Cappadocia home, including hotel pick up. Learn how to craft mezes like stuffed vine-leaves and 'borek' (feta cheese stuffed pastries), sample local specialties like stuffed eggplant, rice pilaf and bean soup, and try sweet treats like rice pudding or baklava. Once you’ve finished cooking, it’s time for the best bit: tucking into your 3-course lunch, followed by a cup of Turkish coffee.
Prepare a 4-course gourmet Turkish meal during a 3-hour cooking class in Cappadocia. After complimentary pickup from your hotel, join your teacher at their home. Learn the ins and outs of fine Turkish cuisine, using fresh local ingredients. Once the dinner is complete, enjoy the fruits of your labor with a glass of Cappadocia wine. Leave with recipes for each dish and digital photos of your class.
Discover the secrets to preparing the perfect manti (Turkish ravioli) and other regional dishes during a 4-hour cooking class in Cappadocia. Comfortable transportation takes you to a local home in the charming village of Ayvali. Your hosts provide ingredients, step-by-step instructions, and a cultural experience you won’t soon forget. In addition to the popular pasta, learn how to make yogurt soup, borek (cheese pastry), an apricot dessert, and more.