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Online Cooking Class

Group Online Cooking Class

This adventure includes:

  • Sign up for your class.
  • Shop your peruvian products with us.
  • Get your products at your door before your class. 
  • Get a list of all the ingredients you need and all the cooking utensiles
  • Join a Group up to 6 people to cook one of your Peruvian Favorites
  • Learn how to cook your favorite dish.
  • Get recipes from our e-book.
Weekly

Group Class Schedule

Day Morning Class Afternoon Class
Monday Ceviche and Pisco Sour Causa Rellena
Tuesday Lomo Saltado Papas a la Huancaina
Wednesday Aji de gallina Ceviche and Pisco Sour Class
Thursday Papas a la Huancaina Aji de Gallina
Friday Causa rellena Ceviche and Pisco Sour
Saturday Ceviche and Pisco Sour Lomo Saltado

Peruvian Ceviche 

Haven't you always wanted to make a dish that requires Leche de Tigre???? In it's Simplest form Ceviche consists of raw fish, fresh lime juice, garlic, ginger, onions and chilli. 

 

 

Lomo Saltado.

Lomo Saltado is one of the most popular dishes in Peru represents like no other the fusion in between the creole Peruvian culture with the Chinese immigration. who brought asian products and asian techniques.
Lomo Saltado is made of sliced tenderloin Tomatoes, Peruvian Aji amarillo, Cilantro, Soy Sauce  and vinager. 
This recipe will bring your stir fried to the next level.

 

Causa Rellena

This versatile Peruvian potato dish makes a great light meal or a fine addition to a buffet spread. Causa can be layered with any number of fillings — chicken salad and tuna salad are favorites. Served cold, the dish is often topped with extravagant garnishes and sauces for a colorful presentation.

 

Aji de Gallina

Ají de gallina is Peruvian chicken stew. The dish is considered a type of Peruvian comfort food, comprising chicken cooked with yellow chili peppers, walnuts, spices, garlic, and turmeric. The dish uses aji amarillo peppers, which are yellow, mildly spicy peppers. It's served with boiled potatoes, rice and black olives

Papas a la Huancaina

Simply put, papa a la huancaina is a dish — typically served as an appetizer — consisting of boiled yellow Peruvian potatoes (similar to Yukon Gold) covered in a spicy cheese sauce, all served with lettuce, black olives, and boiled egg.

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