Argentinian Online Cooking Classes

Imagine a mix of cultural diversities from waves of European immigrants bringing together a delicious bond of flavors. More than 60% of Argentina’s population is rooted in Italian ancestry with significantly connected cultures.

But what of their cuisine? We’ve discovered a bomb of Mediterranean flavors that have been smacking the lips of the Argentinians for centuries. Most people are familiar with the famous “Asado,” which refers to a specific cooking or social event centered around a barbeque.

It is a somewhat unmatched dish that cements the national identity of the Argentinian people. However, the secrets of Argentina’s salivating cuisine lay in the hands of the local home chefs in the depths of the pots and pans.


Posed on the Southern side of South America, Argentina is circled by Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Brazil, the Drake Passage, and the Atlantic Ocean. It has the largest Spanish-speaking population globally and is subdivided into 23 provinces and one autonomous city.

Dating back to the Paleolithic period, I think ” that there are” plenty of age-old kitchen tales to tell. Having a snippet of them is just not enough on my part, as I want a deep dive into the depths of it all.

Argentinians possess a close-knit family culture, and eating together at family gatherings runs in their veins.

What I wouldn’t give to be a part of one of those joyous assemblies! Just to tickle my taste buds with a pinch of those mouthwatering empanadas or to glare at the tantalizing display set on the tables. Whatever the case, here is a live cooking demonstration of Argentina’s luscious cuisine.

What’s in Store for you?

  • Inside info from the local chefs
  • Choose from a one-way video or 2-way audio
  • Explore the world from the comfort of your home
  • You have a choice of one-on-one or group sessions
  • Live-streamed personal sessions just for you
  • Enjoy an interactive with knowledgeable hosts
  • Works on a laptop or desktop
  • 24-hour penalty-free cancellation window
  • In-session shopping
  • 18 years and older to book a session, and minors are allowed with adult supervision

1) Savory Argentinian Empanadas 

A Salivating Pastry Filled Snack for any Occasion

Here is a magnificent demonstration live-streamed from the cosmopolitan city of Buenos Aires just for you. Amongst the favorite layouts in an Argentinian family gathering, these savory pastries offer a mix of tastes from European and native recipes.

Clashing a mixture of drooling flavors from Spanish, Italian, Creole, and Native cuisines that are centuries old, helping you to create magic in your very own kitchen. Though the recipe for empanadas has reached the shores of many countries, the different local techniques in its preparation will award you the origins of its taste.

This online session in Argentinian cuisine is brought to you by a cheerfully friendly host that intends to acquaint you with the preparation of food traditions directly from the locals. Argentinians are tied to family gatherings where all embrace Sunday Asado. Why not make this cooking session one a date for a family gathering?

Enjoy an expedition about life in Buenos Aires, and a rendition of the original makings of one of their most heartwarming dishes. Your host is ready to guide you through a step-by-step preparation rooted in the Argentinian Kitchens. Enchant your guests with this delicious savory snack.

Time: 60 minutes of magic in this detailed group session. (Admits up to 7 participants per session)

Turn over a new snack: learn to make savory Argentinian empanadas from Buenos Aires
  • Learn how to make Argentine empanadas.
  • Discover the history behind Argentinian food.
  • Learn food and drink traditions in Buenos Aires.

If you choose to cook along, you will need the following:

  • A saucepan or wok
  • A bowl

Dough:

Filling:

  • 2 large onions cut into cubes
  • 1lb ground beef
  • 1 teaspoon crushed garlic
  • 1 large boiled potato boiled and cubed
  • 1 red bell pepper cubed
  • 2 hard-boiled eggs cubed
  • 1 cup Malbec wine or any other red wine will do
  • 1 cup chicken, beef, or vegetable broth
  • 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 teaspoon smoked paprika
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • Salt and pepper to taste

2) Homemade Argentinian Ice Cream

A no Machine Secret Technique from the Local Kitchens

 

Secrets of homemade Argentine ice cream four ingredients, one amazing dessert
  • Learn how to make a classic Argentine ice cream with no machine.
  • Learn the history of how dulce de leche ice cream came to be.
  • Mix this up quickly now so you can surprise your friends with a treat from the freezer later!

Who doesn’t enjoy a delicious scoop of homemade ice cream? This no-machine ice cream technique is a trusted practice by Argentinian locals.

It’s a dessert that landed on its shores with Italian immigrants. The mix of Italian Gelato and the native Dulce de Leche developed an unbreakable palate-pleasing bond that became a tradition.

This recipe is tried and tested, and the gelato texture, This Gelato and milk caramel recipe is tried and tested and enjoyed by the whole family. It is a favorite dessert after evening meals and is a welcome addition to traditional gatherings.

With an extra scoop here and an extra scoop there, this frozen dessert with its caramelized partner is a tease to the unruly tongue!

Our friendly host is ready to unmask the tricks of Argentina’s culinary trade just for you. Leave it to our gracious host to walk you through this decadent dessert recipe. It’s a secret obsession that your family would love!

If you choose to cook along, you will need the following:

  • An electric mixer
  • A bowl
  •  Two tablespoon chocolate chips (optional)
  • 14oz caramel for the topping
  •  200ml full-fat milk
  •  200ml whipping cream

3) Argentinian Asado

A Traditional Style of Cooking a Variety of Meats

 

Boost your BBQ: learn to cook different cuts of meat, Argentinian style
  • Learn how to cook Argentinean BBQ
  • Discover the importance of meat cuts, varieties, and preparation techniques
  • Learn how to make Argentinean sauces.

Are you familiar with different cuts of meat?

If not, you are in for a detailed exploration of the selected cuts that render the tastiest Asado.

In this online session, you can expect a progressive, personalized walk of a recipe that is Argentina’s national identity.

The locals master the clever tricks of the culinary trade, and from their kitchens, you get to see how it’s all done. This session comes with a bonus that includes selected sauce recipes that complement traditional Argentinian meals.

Your generous host is ready to share this scandalous barbeque that wears the culinary crown in the local gatherings. Create an Uproar at your next barbeque by learning this authentic technique.

If you choose to cook along, you will need the following:

  • A preheated barbeque grill
  • Knives
  • A bowl
  • Ribs
  • 1 meat stock
  • 1 black pudding
  • 1 chorizo
  • Peppers
  • Potatoes
  • Onions
  • 2 tablespoon parsley
  • 2/3 tablespoon oregano
  • ¾ tablespoon garlic
  • 120ml olive oil
  • 10ml vinegar
  • ½ teaspoon paprika
  • Salt and pepper

 

4) Alfajores, the classic Argentinian Cookie

A Wickedly Sinful Indulgence to Satisfy your Craving!

Whip up a batch of classic Argentine cookies, the "alfajores"
  • Learn to how to make Alfajores at home.
  • Discover the sweet secrets about Dulce de leche and how you can make it.
  • Get a personalized cooking experience with your host.

It is one of the most delectable sweet treats in traditional Argentinian cooking.

Alfajores is a classic indulges that are enjoyed on special occasions and local family gatherings.

It is a palate pleaser that is magnetic in its taste, pulling you in to devour the lot. Now, there’s always more than enough to please all. In this online session, you will experience the magic that goes on in the local kitchens of Argentina.

So, if you’re ready to satisfy your craving, book your live one-on-one or group session now to indulge in this wickedly sinful treat!

Here’s a rendition of the tricks of the Argentinian culinary trade available just for you. Additionally, you can also gift a session to family and friends. Go on, share the magic!

If you choose to cook along, you will need the following:

  • A preheated barbeque grill
  • Knives
  • A bowl
  • Full fat milk
  • Sugar
  • Vanilla extract
  • Baking soda
  • Corn starch
  • All-purpose flour
  • Baking powder
  • Butter
  • Egg yolks
  • Lemon zest
  • Cognac/Whisky/Rum

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Additionally, you can take advantage of signature tours designed just for you. These tours are rendered by people who share a passion for culinary aspects that show the techniques used all over Argentina. This is your chance to take pictures and explore the flavors of this diverse cuisine. Indulge yourself through browsers like Firefox, Edge, Safari, or Chrome. Book your session now and get ready for an extravaganza of flavors!

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  • See a glacier first hand.
  • Visit one of the natural wonders of Argentina.
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