PERUVIAN COOKING CLASSES IN SURREY

Peruvian cooking classes in Surrey with Spanish language are designed to teach you how to prepare delicious Peruvian food while practicing your Spanish whatever your level or age. These Saturday cookery classes are organized at any time for your own group as a team building fun exercise or you can join any of our Saturday cooking lessons. On the second Saturday of each month, you will have 2 hours of laugher, fun, in person cooking classes, preparing and eating with lively Latin music in the background.

PERUVIAN SATURDAY COOKERY CLASSES INCLUDE

  • Printed bilingual recipe in English and Spanish
  • Ingredients and the use of kitchen utensils
  • The experience of a Latin culture, flavours and Latin music
  • Learning Spanish vocabulary related to food in a relax atmosphere
  • Learning how to prepare delicious Peruvian dishes & taste it.
  • Soft drinks and water are provided. Please bring your favourite alcoholic drink.

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Learn how to cook Peruvian food, the best cuisine in Latin America, their chefs are among the 50 best chefs in the world!

Find a Saturday cookery class to join below or start your own group. Saturday Peruvian cooking classes start at 12pm-2pm in person in Chessington, Surrey and cost £70 for 2 hours bilingual lesson, bilingual recipe, bilingual class, food and welcome drink.

Places are truly very limited, please BOOK your cooking lesson in Surrey well in advanced by filling the form below and PAY £15 DEPOSIT, we will contact you to pay the rest by online banking.

If you missed any of the fixed dates for the Peruvian cooking classes, please email us to open a new Saturday cookery group class for you and your friends and family members.

PERUVIAN DISHES & COOKING DATES

I love cooking Peruvian Ceviche, my favourite dish and the "numero 1" typical dish from Lima, Peru. Peruvian Ceviche is prepared with fish marinated in citrus juice and spices. The acid in the citrus juice coagulates the proteins in the fish, effectively cooking it. The amazing flavour of the limes and the chillies is perfect combination.

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Causa Limeña is a refreshing Peruvian dish from Lima which is made of layers of cooked, mashed potatoes filled with a variety of vegetables like avocado, onions, sweet corn , tuna or chicken. Causa is usually served cold garnished with black olives, hardboiled egg and lettuce. I look forward to meeting you on my Peruvian Coooking Classes with Spanish.

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Lomo Saltado with its balance of Peruvian and Cantonese elements is the strongest example of Peruvian-Chinise fusion. After Ceviche this is one the most delicious and celebrated Peruvian stir fry dish. It combines marinated strips of chicken or beef, red onions, tomatoes and fries among other ingredients.

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Peruvian Arroz con Pollo (rice with chicken) is the dish that almost every Peruvian knows how to prepare it. Peruvians are extremely fond of rice in general but Arroz con Pollo is the most popular rice dish. The main spice is cilantro with a secret ingredient: beer, which gives it a depth of flavour and makes it so delicious.

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Arroz Chaufa is the Peruvian's version of Chinese fried rice. It is influenced by the influx of Chinese immigrants to Peru. Peru's fried rice version is a delicious fusion Peruvian-Chinese rice dish that spring onions, peppers, and soy sauce among many other ingredients.

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PERUVIAN COOKING CLASSES GIFT VOUCHER

Martha Jesty- Teacher and Coach

Martha Jesty has a City & Guilds Accredited Level 2 Certificate in Food Safety and Hygiene and has a an enhanced DBS Police check. In addition, Martha is an well experienced, qualified Spanish teacher and life coach and a great happy chef who has been teaching Peruvian cuisine for more than 5 years.

Martha is Peruvian from Lima, the capital of Peru living in London for more than 25 years.

Martha learned how to cook from two women who she loved dearley. They taught her cooking, arts, dance and enjoying life to the full. Her mother called also Martha, a typical Limeña lady with an extrovert character influenced her life in a positive way to know all she knows now about cooking, dance, arts and life. The second person who impacted her life was her aunty Victoria, a renowned dressmaker of the elite of Lima and an amazing cook born in the North of Peru. Martha was brought up by her auntie Victoria where she learned the secrets and science of Peruvian cooking, dress making, fashion design, and the arts in general.

Contact Martha directly texting 07757404728.

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"Great fun, good company, great food. Enjoyed all of it." Lord Vine-Lott
"A very enjoyable way to learn how to cook nice Peruvian dishes. The preparation of the food was fun and the balance of using English and Spanish during the whole class was about right. I am a beginner in Spanish and I understood everything during the class." Avinash Jobanputra
"I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and appreciated Martha’s understanding that those at the cookery class had different levels of Spanish competence. It also helps that Peruvian Spanish is spoken at a slower pace than Spanish from Spain. I liked learning a new cooking technique which I have already used. Speaking Spanish in a non-class atmosphere is easier because you do not feel under so much pressure to get it right. I really enjoyed the Peruvian cooking classes." Blair Conacher
"I enjoyed cooking and speaking Spanish, so the class was ideal for me. The food and wine were lovely and I look forward to making the dish some time soon. Before the Peruvian cooking class I didn't really know anything about Peru, so it was good to learn some facts. The atmosphere was very relaxed and everyone took part in the conversation. The dancing was so much good fun at the end of the class." Marie Stokes
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