Discover three new Moroccan dishes as well as creating some tasty essential ingredients for Moroccan recipes in this evening, with Cooking It. Then at the end, eat every delicious dish that's been made throughout the evening.
You'll find out how to make harissa paste and also create a batch of preserved lemons to take home, which you can use to recreate your own Moroccan recipes. The three dishes made will be chosen based on the seasonal produce available with one being sweet, and they could be anything from:
Whilst you’ll be able to get involved with some of the food prep, for the majority of this experience your chef host will demo the cooking. You’re invited to bring your own wine or beer to enjoy as you watch, and then tuck in to all the dishes together at the end. You’ll leave with the knowledge and recipes to recreate your favourites at home.
Age restrictions: 16+
To make sure their kitchen is Covid safe, Cooking It are ensuring: - all touch points are cleaned before and during experiences - gloves are provided for anyone who wishes to wear them - individuals can work on their own when attending on their own - measuring of all ingredients in advance to prevent shared handling - all equipment is per individual guest or per pair to prevent shared handling - marking out of work areas for clarity on social distancing
You’ll be eating every dish made in this experience
You're welcome to bring your own wine or beer to enjoy with the food
Many of the recipes can be adapted, please share any dietary requirements on booking
Please bring along a mask to wear when not seated
Monica is the founder of Cooking It. She was born in Barcelona but has called Bristol home for almost 30 years. Monica grew up around food and could regularly be found in the kitchen of her grandparents’ restaurant, soaking up all the flavours and recipes - so much so she still loves making the tapas recipes she learnt as a child. She returns to Barcelona often to carry on discovering new recipes in her family’s restaurants and patisseries. When Monica isn’t sharing her cooking know-how, you’ll find her enjoying wine with friends and feeding people - often her four daughters and their friends.
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