- 1 day course 7 June, 2017
In this class, our passionate and charismatic instructor will teach some of their favourite heart-warming Middle Eastern dishes. You will be introduced to classic Middle Eastern & Persian ingredients such as pomegranate molasses, barberries, sumac, dried limes, saffron, rosewater and orange blossom. You’ll begin with a dip and Persian tea on arrival and for main you’ll explore a dish such as a famous slow-cooked lamb with loads of goodies including saffron, turmeric, pistachios, yellow lentils OR Persian meatballs loaded with herbs and barberries and cooked in a rich tomato broth (Kofteh Sabzi) and a Persian rice. No class is complete without exploring a famous Middle Eastern side salad and delicious dessert (think Baghlava or Saffron Rice Pudding) too! This class will culminate in a shared feast of your own making! All materials included.
This class is facilitated by Free to Feed, a cooking school with all classes run by refugees and asylum seekers. By booking into this class you are supporting the asylum seeker and refugee community in Melbourne by providing them with meaningful employment and the opportunity to make positive social connections.
Workshop supported by the Whitehorse Sustainable Living Program
- 7 June, 2017 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm