Seville Tapas Cooking Class

Food, Wine & Nightlife in Seville

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Learn to cook authentic Spanish food at a hands-on cooking class in Seville, and take home a unique souvenir from your time in Spain. Prepare, and eat, a 3-course meal depending on what’s in season, and visit a lively local market to catch the flavors in this alternative cooking session.
Leave Spain with a unique new skill and take this 3-4 hour cooking class in Seville to learn to prepare and cook an authentic 3-course Spanish Tapas and 1 dessert.If there is one thing that truly distinguishes Andalucía from the rest of Spain, it’s its rich and varied gastronomy. Learn about the mix of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean, and European flavors, and sample some of the region’s simple, yet mouth-watering recipes.You will start with meeting your guide that is either a vocational chef or a passionate foodie. You will visit the oldest market in Seville, which is lively a hangout place for the locals. You will purchase some fresh ingredients, depending on what’s in season. The workshop can take place at an Art Gallery that is located at the heart of the Bohemian neighborhood of Seville. This is one of few remaining so called "Andalusian Patio" that is still in use in Seville. They were traditional spaces where artisans used to live and work at the same place. Due to the construction boom and high prices of the real state in the old town these traditional space were erased so that this is a great chance to have an insight into what was a "co-working" place long time ago.If the space is closed for events then the activity will take place at the tiny flat of your teacher that is a typical flat in Spain where you will have a first-hand insight into the Spanish culture and cuisine and the "real life"So, this is definitely not a normal cooking class as our idea is to bring together cuisine, culture and connections. That is why you are with a local teacher, visit the oldest market in Seville, walk in the residential neighborhood and use local spaces such as the teacher's flat or the so called "Andalusian Patio".The menu is adjustable to your taste and preferences, but can include salmorejo (a purée of tomatoes and bread), or gazpacho as a starter, spinach with chickpeas, tortilla de patatas (Spanish omelet),  pisto or Paella. Then, savor the fruits of your labor, served with a typical drink, and chat some more about the culinary traditions of Seville and Spanish culture in general. If you would like any other recipes or meat please let us know beforehand so that we can accommodate your request.Details: • Schedule: Monday- Saturday at 11:00am (Sunday market is closed) • Duration: 3,5 hours • Group size: 1-12 people • Meeting point: Feria street 91, in front of the local market

What’s included

  • Beverages
  • Lunch
  • Snacks
  • Local guide
  • Insider tips

What’s not included

  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Food and drinks, unless specified (Paella, meat or fish)