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Let’s go to Morocco! (Class only)
October 9 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm PDT
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Join Hipcooks and Let’s go to Morocco for a virtual dinner party! In this lively livestream class, we’ll make a beautiful Moroccan Tagine for dinner and Poached Apricots in Syrup for dessert. Make this elegant and delicious dinner for your household or crack open the wine and throw a pod-dinner party, cooking along with Hipcooks.
Let’s Go to Morocco Class Kit
Save time sourcing ingredients, or send the Class Kit as a Gift! The Let’s Go to Morocco Kit has what you need for class, in a lovingly packed box! The $95 purchase price includes the kit, shipping costs, and the class.
Without the kit, this is What you’ll need for class:
Spices: Turmeric, Cumin, Paprika, Cayenne, Ginger, Saffron, & Cinnamon Sticks
Preserved Lemons: purchase these or make your own, at least 2 weeks before class. Here’s our recipe.
Green Olives (1 jar’s worth)
Israeli Couscous: 1 – 2 cups
Dried Apricots: about 16
Pistachios: about a quarter cup
Cream Cheese: about half a package
Vanilla Bean Paste: a plop!
Rosewater: if you have it
Butter/ Olive oil for cooking
1½ cups Sugar
2 pounds of a protein of your choice (we’re using turbot, halibut, or whatever nice white fish is available. Skinless boneless chicken is also an option.)
a Chef’s knife and cutting board
A heavy-bottomed pot or large skillet and ovenproof pan
a small pot
Sturdy cooking spoon. We recommend the Exoglass spoon: heat-proof, stain-resistant, and very sturdy.
Microplane or grater
Mixing bowl & silicone spatula
A piping bag (don’t worry if you don’t have one, there is an easy hack you’ll learn in class.)
Virtual cooking classes at Hipcooks
Join us for this online cooking class on zoom, or get your own group together for a lively Livestream: Coworkers & clients, Friends & family, and kids for a Private virtual cooking class. We’ll work with you to book a date and time that work for you. More info on our Private virtual cooking classes here.
All classes are based on recipes with no more than a handful of easy-to-find ingredients. If you don’t have exactly what’s needed, don’t worry: we teach adaptable skills. We’ll send your group ingredients & tools checklists before your class, and recipes afterward. These classes are delightful — join us!