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(SOLD OUT) LONDON – In Person Iranian Cookery Class with Parastoo

Venue

Holdspace Wynford Hall

Risinghill St, London, N19SY

London, England, GB, N19SY

Chef Parastoo will teach you some of her favourite Iranian dishes followed by a sit down meal!

Welcome to our family style cookery class !

This small-scale class for 12 participants is not socially distanced. For those seeking a Covid-secure cookery class, please see our online events.

This cookery class will be taught by the wonderful Iranian chef, Parastoo, at Holdspace in London.

This is a family style cookery class where we will collectively prepare 4 dishes. Chef Parastoo will divide the class into groups with each one responsible for creating 1 of the dishes. You are also free to move around during the class to learn about the other dishes. Chef Parastoo will recap each of the dishes throughout the evening and at the end of the class so that everyone can learn about all of the dishes. You will also be emailed the recipes after the class.

A sample menu of the dishes that will be taught include:

  • Beh Aloo (Persian Quince Stew)
  • Kashk-O Bademjan (aubergine celebratory dish)
  • Masto Khiar (Cucumber Yogurt Dip)

This menu is vegetarian. Allergens include: nuts, milk, sulphites, and gluten. Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements!

We will also be selling our beautiful Migrateful aprons! You can purchase them when booking your ticket (pick it up at the event) or before the cookery class starts at the venue.

A message from our Chef Parastoo:

“My name is Parastoo. I am from Iran. I grew up in the capital city Tehran, which is a very noisy and crowded city. When I think about Tehran I think of streets full of pastry shops filled with different types of savoury sweets, which is beautifully designed in a shiny see through containers. The creamy pistachio cakes are the most popular cones that people approach to first. In Iran food is very important, not only what we eat but the quality of what we eat is actually important. It’s a way to connect and socialise with each other. You could even find people in debt who choose to spend money on good food. Iranian food is very colourful and takes attention and time to prepare. Personally I love cooking because I think its a way to express my creativity, I grew up eating my mum’s food who is very creative and bold with her cooking. I feel proud when people ask my mum to cook for big celebrations, because they know she can manage to prepare the traditional and delicious dishes.”

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Please note, we only process refunds and ticket transfers if we are notified 7 days before the class takes place.