Transport yourself to the land of samba through bold and delicious flavours in this fun class.
We’ll start with a caiprinha and some pães de queijo (tasty little gluten-free cheese buns) to whet the appetite while you learn how to make a typical Brazilian lunch of feijoada (bean stew) with all the trimmings including farofa, couve and my dad’s special recipe for Brazilian style rice.
The Brazilian feijoada is the undisputed national dish. Originally feijoada was made using every part of the pig, such as ears, tails, and nose floating among the beans. Don’t worry we’ll be making a vegetarian version that’s just as yummy and much healthier. We round the meal off with brigadieros, tasty chocolate truffles made the easy peasy Brazilian way.
We’ll prepare the dishes together for a couple of hours and then enjoy the meal with wine (provided) , if you cannot stay for the meal then bring tupperware to take food home. Alternatively if you just want to eat and socialise with the group, but don’t have the time or inclination to come cook then get in touch with me to arrange.
We start the class by making pães de queijo (tasty little gluten-free cheese buns), before cooking a typical Brazilian lunch of feijoada (bean stew) with all the trimmings including farofa, couve and my dad’s special recipe for Brazilian style rice.
Everything is included food, drinks, full recipe sheets so you don’t need to take notes and even aprons so you don’t get your nice clothes dirty (yes, its an interactive class!).
Come cook and eat some Brazilian delicacies with us!
Date: Friday 29 April, 10.00-12.00 (cooking) 13:00 meal
Location: Central Alella (20 minutes from Barcelona).
This class will be held in my home kitchen so you will benefit from seeing how I have designed my kitchen for maximum time savings and ease of use, plus learn a ton of tips and tricks that I only share at home.
Class size: 2-3 students
Registration Required: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/whatsapp 664 872 158 to save your spot.