Creole & Caribbean Cooking
Time: 3 hours 30 minutes – 1 session
Step in to this Latin-American kitchen style and change the way you think about ‘normal’ cuisine.
Creole cooking is the term used to describe many traditional Caribbean recipes, and generally refers to dishes that have their roots in both Europe and Africa, while in some parts of America, Creole cooking has influences from Spain, French and Africa. The combination of influences from slaves brought to the Americas, combined with the traditional dishes from the Caribbean and West Indies has resulted in a style that is now commonplace around Central and South America, and countries around the Caribbean sea.
Step in to this Latin-American kitchen style and learn to create simple street food recipes, stunning fish dishes and a mix of recipes and spices that will change the way you think about ‘normal’ cuisine.
Andouille Sausage and Shrimp with Creole Mustard Sauce
Cajun Rib-Eye Steak
Caribbean Coconut king prawns
Caribbean Crab Soup
Caribbean Pumpkin and Black Bean Soup
Chicken and Vegetable Kebabs
Chicken Thighs with Creole Mustard-Orange Sauce
Creole Chicken Gumbo
Creole Chicken Jambalaya
Louisiana Corn Bread
Seafood and Turkey Gumbo
Doors open 15 minutes before the start of the course.
Cooking classes cancelled within 48 hours of the class will forfeit the course fee.
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We have full bar facilities at the venue. Drinks for your course can be purchased at the venue.