Middle Eastern Street Food - Tuesday March 15thThe Middle East has been a hub for food and exchanging of recipes for thousands of years.
Location:In Person Class
About this experience
The most common Middle-Eastern street food is falafel, the quintessential Middle-Eastern dish.
On a plate or wrapped up in a soft, warm pita with all the accompaniments, Falafel is one of the world's most popular foods. A golden brown, crispy ball with a pillowy-soft center and the fragrance of Middle-Eastern spices, Falafel is easy to make....but impossible to resist!
Join us as we make from scratch some of the Middle-Easts most popular dishes. You will leave stuffed and happy and have all the tools to re-create the magic again at home.
- Traditional Falafel with pickled red onions, tomatoes, and tzatziki sauce on homemade pita.
- Fragrant Cilantro-Parsley Falafel with hummus and tahini sauce
- Israeli Carrot Salad
- Sautéed Fennel with Almond Salad
Hands-on with Chef Demonstrations.
This class is for age 14 and older.
Your class will be taught by one of our Chef Instructors.