Prepare una comida marroquí clásica en una terraza en la azotea de la medina de Marrakech y aprenda los ingredientes, las especias y las técnicas que se encuentran detrás de sus comidas locales favoritas. Visite el mercado de Jemaa el-Fnaa para comprar ingredientes, luego cree una serie de platos que elija de una selección de recetas marroquíes. Esta clase de cocina para grupos pequeños de 4,5 horas se limita a 15 participantes para una experiencia personalizada.
Clase de cocina de grupos pequeños de 4,5 horas.
Compra ingredientes en un mercado local
Cocina un menú personalizado de comidas marroquíes.
Elija una clase por la mañana o por la tarde, luego encuentre a su guía de mercado en una ubicación central en Jemaa el-Fnaa, el colorido mercado en el corazón del casco antiguo de Marrakech. Comience la clase de cocina comprando los ingredientes crudos para su comida (costo propio de los ingredientes), visitando una serie de puestos de mercado para seleccionar las verduras, frutas y especias más frescas y sabrosas.
Después de recopilar su lista de ingredientes, continúe en la cocina de la azotea en el corazón de la medina, donde tendrá vistas panorámicas de la ciudad vieja mientras cocina. Dependiendo de los platos que elija, el menú puede incluir tagines clásicos, cuscús, tangia o algunas de las muchas ensaladas frescas de Marruecos. También tendrás la oportunidad de visitar un horno de pan comunal para hacer hobz, un pan tradicional horneado en rondas aromáticas.
Cuando la comida esté lista, siéntese para disfrutar de la comida que ha preparado: traiga apetito, ya que la clase incluye almuerzo completo o cena con porciones generosas. Esta clase de cocina de medio día concluye en la medina de Marrakech.
Opiniones de viajeros de Viator
DO NOT BOOK THIS...
, ene 2018
DO NOT BOOK THIS EXPERIENCE.
There is very little about the description that is true.
- there is not a selection of Moroccan dishes - we were told to choose beef or lamb
- the host forgot various ingredients so told us we'd only be able to make one dish
- shopping in the Medina consists of you handing over money to whoever you're told to pay - you do not choose ingredients
- we did NO cooking other than chopping 6 onions
- the kitchen view is not panoramic - you can only see into the neighbour's yard
- the kitchen is DIRTY - see photos
- there is no chance to see bread being cooked - this was never mentioned
- there is no smoothies/juices ignore the reviews below!!
- it does not last 4.5hrs - with eating time it was 2.5hrs!
- we learned NOTHING about traditional cooking techniques
- we had to sit and wait for the tagine to cook for over an hour while the host checked her facebook
I have requested a refund from Viator.
This experience should be removed from the website. It is misleading and not worth paying for.
This was a horrible cooking class the cost of the materials is 10 times the amount quoted. we where forced to buy large quantities of spices which we used almost none of. The cooking class itself was not very informative and we did little of the actual cooking, we just watched the cook it and they set it in front of us. felt like is was a total waste of money and time.
Our market guide and the actual chefs were very young teenagers and less than organized. Lack of utensils during meal prep i.e. a plate or a knife made cutting vegetables and lamb that we bought from the market ourselves very difficult. My boyfriend was actually showing them how to chop food safely. Lamb tagine was undercooked ... but the best part was when they attempted to collect payment at the end of the class. They seemed confused about whether we'd already paid and tried to insist that we needed to give them cash instead of the Viator voucher.
Great class to educate us on the art of tagine making. You get to buy your vegetables in the market first and head over to a medina rooftop to make your juice and tagine. But you don't get the chance to actually make the food. You do the chopping and the chef does the seasoning and cooking.
Overall, a great family activity. We are a family of 7 and have a young son and teenagers, and there was something for everyone to do. We were able to customize the menu so as not to waste food and learned alot about making authentic Moroccan tagines. We were grateful for the different smoothies they made as a bonus as well.
This is a nice experience. You get to walk around the souks purchasing the foods you're going to eat later, which is interesting and fun except that our guide taking us through the souks communicated with us very little if at all. So he didn't explain to us why he was buying what he was buying or why he was buying it where he was buying it, for how much, what the exchange was with the vendor, etc. We just sort of followed him around on his shopping trip. He also kept dropping us off at spice vendors for demonstrations, which, if you've spent any time in Morocco at all you've done a million times and it gets obscenely frustrating: there's only so much black cumin you can begrudgingly buy before it starts to make you hate your choice in vacation destination. The cooking itself was fun, but if you're hoping to be the one monitoring the tagine on the stove or doing the incredibly hands-on work be warned - you won't get that experience. Essentially you are a vegetable slicer. But regardless, it is fun and the meal turns out quite nice. Overall I'd recommend if you have an empty morning and nothing else to do.
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