7. Cusco Cooking Class by ChocoMuseo
Beyond teaching you how to make Peruvian chocolate, ChocoMuseo also offers Cusco cooking classes.
This 4-hour cooking class combines a visit to the local San Pedro Market with a unique cooking experience. Unsurprisingly, the dessert offered in this cooking class is chocolate based.
After discovering fresh Peruvian ingredients at the vibrant local market, you’ll head back to the cooking studio to start cooking.
Under the guide of the chef, you’ll learn how to prepare several traditional Peruvian dishes.
The class begins with a lesson on ceviche. You’ll learn about the different types of ceviche, as well as how to make them.
For the main course, you’ll cook lomo saltado with beef strips, onions and tomatoes. This is paired with some of the most delicious french fries you’ll ever eat.
Finally, for dessert, you’ll make chocolate fondue with high quality Peruvian chocolate. This is a decadent dessert that features melted chocolate and loads of different fruits to dip in it.
Pisco Sour, Peru’s most famous cocktail will be served as well as some non alcoholic beverages.
In the end, you’ll enjoy your dinner while connecting with your local host. This Cusco culinary adventure with a chocolate finish is best for chocolate lovers.
Time and Length: Approximately 4 hours. Classes start at 5:00 pm
Group Style: Small group cooking classes conducted in English
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