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Traditional Moroccan cookery class

Immerse yourself in the intoxicating aromas and rich tastes of Morocco’s famous cuisine on this sociable and entertaining cooking workshop. Learn the secrets of Morocco’s most loved dishes, from typical salads to Moroccan chicken, delicious couscous to traditional pancakes. Guided by a friendly Moroccan chef these small-sized workshops are the ideal place for budding chefs of all experience levels to add new meals to their repertoire and show off their newly acquired skills to friends and family back home.

Organized in one of the oldest houses in Marrakech, you will immediately feel in the mood to experiment with the rich mix of spices and flavours associated so closely with Arabian gastronomy. Given its rich and delicious tastes it is no surprise that Moroccan cuisine is exported throughout the globe and now is your opportunity to master it for yourself.

Your kitchen is fully equipped with all the ingredients and cooking utensils necessary for you to whip up a meal that is sure to get your taste buds watering. Your expert local chef, will take time to ensure that every member of your small group receives plenty of individual attention as you follow his instructions and prepare the delicacies that has put Morocco on the worldwide food map. Best of all, after you have perfected your dishes, the whole group will sit down together to relax and tuck into the feast that awaits you! Immerse yourself in the intoxicating aromas and rich tastes of Morocco’s famous cuisine on this sociable and entertaining cooking workshop. Learn the secrets of Morocco’s most loved dishes, from typical salads to Moroccan chicken, delicious couscous to traditional pancakes. Guided by a friendly Moroccan chef these small-sized workshops are the ideal place for budding chefs of all experience levels to add new meals to their repertoire and show off their newly acquired skills to friends and family back home. Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel lobby.

Duration:

Start/opening time: At 10am.

End/closing time: At 4pm.

Languages: English and French.

Others: This excursion is not suitable for wheelchairs & people with walking difficulties. You may want to bring a bottle of drinking water.