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Learn how to make Moroccan dishes such as tanjia, tagine, and pastilla in this traditional cooking class led a local chef. Pick out fresh ingredients from a nearby market, hear cultural insights and insider tips over a traditional tea ceremony, and get hands-on experience in an authentic Moroccan kitchen, before sitting down together with your host’s family to enjoy your homemade meal.
Khmisa and Kawtar, two Moroccan women passionate about cooking, welcome you in Marrakech for a meal at Khmisa's place in the heart of the Medina in the pure Moroccan cuisine tradition and in a family and warm atmosphere. Khmisa, Chef for 25 years now, specialised in Morrocan cuisine and pastry, has worked for several renowned hotel establishments in the cities of Rabat and Marrakech. Kawtar, graduated with a bachelor degree in hospitality and tourism will also assist you during your cooking class and help with the communication between you and the Chef.
At the arrival, we will welcome you with a traditional mint tea and we will discuss with you about the menu choice which will be composed of the most typical best Moroccan dishes. the menu will be starter/ main course/desert. First we will go with Chef Khmisa to the Old Souk . A walk through the souk to buy the fresh ingredient. Once back home, we will start the preparation.
Eating at a traditional Moroccan restaurant in Marrakesh lets you experience Moroccan cuisine, but this Moroccan cooking workshop at La Maison Arabe teaches you how to make the traditional dishes, so you can have them again and again. Use your personal workstation to prepare a meal using fresh local ingredients as you follow a Moroccan cook’s instructions. Then, afterward, you can taste what you’ve made.
Gain a newfound appreciation for Moroccan cuisine during this small-group cooking class, including shopping at the market, preparation of a traditional dish and lunch. Learn some Arabic phrases from your guide to shop at the ‘souq’ (market) for ingredients. Then create a traditional Moroccan meal such as couscous or ‘tagine’ (a meat and vegetable dish named after the pot used for cooking). Finish by enjoying lunch with fellow students in the courtyard of a 'riad,' a traditional Moroccan dwelling. This small-group class, limited to 12 participants, also includes a recipe sheet so you can replicate the dish later.
We are a riad, the old moroccan familiar home in the medina.
Walking inside a riad it's like a flashback in the moroccan tradition.
Thanks to our cooking experience our guests will go the traditional Mellah cover market where we will buy all the ingredients for our cooking lesson and like in a traditional moroccan family we will cook together with our chef Aicha and they will discover the secrets of moroccan kitchen and culture.
On request e have gluten free and vegan options
After maximum 1 week our chef they will receive all the recipes by mail
Expand your culinary repertoire during this private Moroccan cooking class, which takes place at an organic farm in the countryside outside Marrakech. A chef schools you on Moroccan cooking and culinary traditions, weaving in fascinating facts about spices, ingredients, and kitchen practices while helping you prepare a meal. After, sit down to feast on the dishes you created.
With farm to table you will experience a unique way to cook a traditional Moroccan tajine in an authentic place while learning about Moroccan culture and traditional way of life. As part of this class, you will visit a local market, choose your fresh ingredients you will use on your cooking class, and learn to cook a flavorful Dish.
Do you want to impress your friends or continue to enjoy typical Moroccan dishes when you get home? Take advantage of your stay to learn Moroccan cuisine in one of our traditional cooking classes, and share a moment of conviviality during a culinary training followed by the tasting of your achievement during a meal.
Program of the training :
1) Appointment before the Café de France, acquaintance.
2) Direction the walk, discovery of places, products, spices and flavors, make the necessary purchases to prepare the daily specials.
3) Return to the workshop, guided by our cook and equipped with your apron, you will become the chef's day to make an assortment of Moroccan starters, a traditional dish, followed by the desert.
4) Around a meal and accompanied by your kitchen companions you will taste your preparations of the day.
Explore the flavors and traditions of Moroccan cuisine during a cooking class at a farmhouse outside of Marrakech. Learn to identify aromatic Moroccan spices, cook a full Moroccan meal with classic sides, and enjoy a hearty meal on a terrace surrounded by fruit trees. This Moroccan cooking class includes pickup and drop-off at your Marrakech hotel, with morning tea, snacks, and drinks provided as you cook.
I have been working in many restaurants in Marrakech.I did learn about a lot about cooking. Meanwhile, I feel so good when I am cooking and tasting. I do Speak English; French, Spanish, and a few other languages. My career as a receptionist and a cook makes me a good asset to make this activity. I am always doing a cooking class for my clients in my riad Eva, but now I want to host more people to experience and learn how to cook like a local. I will be there for you at any time and do not hesitate to ask me questions and so on. The price of the activity is So reasonable because it is guaranteed that you will love it. Do not miss that opportunity to discover my skills at cooking.
Cook a classic Moroccan meal on a rooftop terrace in the Marrakech medina, and learn the ingredients, spices, and techniques behind your favorite local foods. Visit Jemaa el-Fnaa market to shop for ingredients, then create a series of dishes that you choose from a selection of Moroccan recipes. This 4.5-hour, small-group cooking class is limited to 15 participants for a personalized experience.
Sweet pastries are inextricably bound up with the Moroccan daily ritual, but involve time-honored techniques best-learned from a home cook. That’s what this tea-and-pastry experience offers, with a visit to a local’s private home in Marrakech medina. Meet your host and her family, share traditional Moroccanl tea or coffee, and sample and learn how to make the intricate, filled pastries that accompany it. A choice of time slots provides flexibility.
Experience the traditions and flavors of Berber cuisine during a full-day, private cooking class in a High Atlas village from Marrakech. In addition to cooking alongside a local grandmother, shop for ingredients at a local market, meet women in a Ourika Valley cooperative, and share a 3-course lunch in a family home.
Discover the secrets of classic Moroccan cuisine at a cooking class in Marrakech. Choose to make a ‘tagine’ (slow-cooked stew), couscous dish, bread, pastries, or salad, and visit a souk to pick up ingredients. Learn how to create your chosen dish with instruction and tips from a local chef, and take a seat to savor the lunch you helped to create. Ingredients, meal, and return Marrakech hotel transfers are included.
Dive straight into Moroccan cooking by learning from a local chef on this express workshop in Marrakech. Visit a cookery school, learn about local spices and culinary culture, get step-by-step tuition on a classic dish and dessert; and savor your creations. Ideal for time-crunched travelers wanting to get acquainted with Moroccan cuisine quickly but in more depth than they can from written recipes; with a handy choice of time slots.
Do you want to master the famous Berber Crepes? Join me in the kitchen for a fun adventure as me and Mon share the secrets of cooking, that you can easily recreate at home and share it with your friends.
It will be a small group, so we will do all the cooking together. The class will be interactive, rather than demonstrative.
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Learn about Moroccan cuisine with a cooking class in Marrakech. Under the guidance of a chef, you'll have the chance to make a traditional meal, hear about the spices and other ingredients in Moroccan food, and receive secret tips. The menu can be customized to suit your preferences, if you wish. This is a great way to experience a piece of local culture.
Learn to whip up a traditional Moroccan meal during this 4-hour hands-on cooking workshop. Follow along with your instructor to make a traditional and delicious tagine and dessert from start to finish. After the preparation, sit down to the fruits of your labor and all the Moroccan mint tea you can enjoy with your group.
Enjoy your ingredients shopping at the local market
Learn how to make the famous popular Moroccan dish «COUSCOUS»
Fun, immersive hands on experience
Cook with your family, friends, and let us do the dishes
Enjoy a competition of Mint Tea making
Get the recipes and surprise your friends back home
Our shared cooking class will help you discover the Moroccan cuisine and master your cooking skills. Learn with our dedicated local chef and share a meal with other passionate participants from all over the world. Make your own unique Tajine and get to know the secrets behind the most famous Moroccan dish. This cooking class is a great opportunity to learn with the best, master your cooking skills, make unforgettable memories, friends and dishes. A day filled with lots of fun and creativity, perfect for adults and children.
Delve deeper into Morocco’s home-cooked foods and traditional lifestyle than you could alone on this private market and home-cooking experience in Marrakech. Meet a friendly local host at their home—a riad built around a courtyard— and visit a market for ingredients. Then, return to make several classic Moroccan dishes, such as pastilla meat pies, during a personal cooking class before enjoying them as a home-cooked meal.
Experience a piece of Moroccan culture with a cooking class at a home in Marrakech. You'll join a local host in her kitchen to learn how to make two or three traditional dishes, such as tagine, zalouk (eggplant salad), couscous, or taktouka (a tomato and roasted pepper dip). Then sit down to enjoy the meal you helped prepare.
Get a more intimate glimpse into Moroccan cuisine during a cooking class in Marrakech—the ideal choice for food lovers and first-time visitors. Taking a cooking class gives you access to ingredients and equipment that you might not normally have access to, while a small group limited to five people ensures that you receive undivided attention from your guide.