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Moroccan Cooking Course 11/01/13

Discover the secrets of Moroccan cooking at a vegetarian cooking course on 7 December in Greenside, Johannesburg. Book now.


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For the first time, Veggie Buntch is heading to Joburg! We’re kicking off with a Moroccan-themed cooking course, hosted by Fiona Hebrard, where you’ll learn how to make delicious starters, mains and desserts.

The menu

StartersSpiced zucchini and feta phyllo parcels (vegan option available)

Mains
Chickpea, butternut and carrot tagine (vegan)
Broccoli, sweet potato and peach tagine (vegan)

Dessert
Orange blossom and yoghurt cake-lets with honey and toasted almonds served with moroccan mint tea. (vegan option available)

Sides
Both tagines served with couscous and freshly baked Moroccan bread called kobhz.

The class will also learn how to prepare marinated and preserved olives and how to make Harissa paste (a popular Moroccan flavoured chilly paste)

All recipes will be emailed to guests as a PDF booklet so that you can make them in future.

You’ll also receive a free bottle of either marinated olives, harissa or preserved lemons.

When: 10:00 – 14:00 on Saturday, 7th December

Where:  25 Leitch Rd, Greenside, Johannesburg.

Price: R350

Drinks: Please feel free to bring your own wine, beer or other beverages.

How to book:

Send an email to Laura Cooke on editor@veggie.buntch.net or call 084 369 0995 to book. Bookings will only be confirmed on receipt of payment. Bookings close on Friday, 29 November. Places are limited.

About the hosts:

On the day of the course, Noury and Fiona  will be showing you how to make authentic Moroccan cuisine. Noury and Fiona met online three years ago and were immediately  drawn together through their love for food and travel. Noury, who comes from Agadir in Morocco, has been cooking since the age of 12.  In Morocco, food is an integral part of the culture, with families often sharing meals together from a single, communal dish. After seven months of chatting online, Fiona flew to Morocco to meet Noury and drink in the food, culture and sights. Seven months later, Noury flew to South Africa, where they now live with their daughter Sofiya-Rose.

Noury is a graphic designer and Fiona a musician and teacher. They decided to start the classes to share the wonderful flavours, spices and culture of Morocco with South Africans.

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Laura Cooke is the editor and creator of the Veggie Bunch website and community.


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