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Learn to Cook Moroccan Couscous

Learn to Cook Moroccan Couscous
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Learn to Cook Moroccan Couscous
USD 87.68
Overview

In this 4 hour class you will learn how to make traditional Moroccan couscous, bread, and mint tea. You will also visit the community oven where your bread will be baked and the open-air market. Our Moroccan hosts and teachers will welcome you to our beautiful cooking studio to enjoy the sights, smells and delicious tastes of preparing mint tea, traditional bread and Moroccan couscous, as well as visiting the market where we buy the ingredients and the community oven where the bread is cooked.

 

You will Learn

  • To serve and enjoy Moroccan Mint Tea
  • To bake traditional Moroccan bread
  • To cook and serve Moroccan Couscous

You will Experience

  • The Fouran (community oven where we bake our bread)
  • The Souk (local market where we buy our fresh ingredients)
  • Traditional Moroccan dinner of couscous or tagine
What to Expect

The teacher will meet you at our cooking studio or nearby at the Grand Soco fountain. Once inside our air-conditioned studio you'll meet your teacher and learn how to prepare Moroccan tea. Then you'll sit and sip while you talk with your host about the traditions behind this drink. Next you and your teacher will prepare traditional Moroccan bread and learn the significance that bread plays in Moroccan society, then you'll place your bread on a tray and head to the "Fouran" or community oven where the entire neighborhood bakes bread together. Inside you'll begin baking the bread and take time to learn about the Fouran and it's place in the community. While your bread bakes, you'll have the chance to walk through the local market as your guide explains the delicious natural produce you'll find there. Finally, together with you teacher, you'll cook a traditional Moroccan couscous and then sit down at the table with your teacher to enjoy it along with your fresh bread and tea.

 

The total length of this class is 4 hours

 

There are 6 individual cooking stations for our students, in larger classes they may be easily shared by two students.

Reviews (12)
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago
What a wonderful team and experience!

Last week I was in Tangier again for business reasons and had the ability to visit Blue Door Cuisine for a 2nd time. Great time once again. Same wonderful experience as the previous time over a year ago. Thank you very much!

Thank Ralph S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Delicious Class and Fantastic Teacher in Rajae!

Had a great experience with Rajae, who was a fantastic teacher and lovely person. During the class we took a field trip to a local bread oven and spice shop that were great experiences on their own. Looking forward to taking another class!

Thank apwendel
Reviewed 19 August 2018
Food, fun, and feels

I spent one month in Morocco and my group and I made sure to take part in this class. I think I speak for everyone when I say we were HIGHLY impressed. The environment, the professionalism, everything was absolutely great. With included recipes and keepsakes...More

Thank Jaysanti
Reviewed 12 July 2018 via mobile
Awesome experience

We learned how to make traditional Moroccan mint tea, bread and couscous. It was so much fun and a great way to learn more about the culture.

Thank Oliver C
Reviewed 9 July 2018
Highlight of our trip to Morocco!!!

My girlfriend got me this cooking class as a graduation present, and it was such a great experience. We got such personalized attention from the instructors. We started with some mint tea and conversation before cooking the vegetables (no chicken for us as vegetarians) and...More

1  Thank Micah S
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