• Cusco culinary offers you now the opportunity to continue learning to prepare the most delicious Peruvian dishes in the confort of your home. Meet Jesus our expert Peruvian chef and have a very interactive and fun cooking class.


    In our new virtual class you will learn to prepare popular recipes from our country guided by one of the best Peruvian chefs. We have a different menu each day of the week.


    SPECIAL OFFER : Take our virtual class now and get a 30% discount in your second virtual or face to face class!


    Book a spot, get the ingredients, and enjoy our interactive class in the comfort of your own kitchen!


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      • Ingredients for your online cooking experience

        Please try to have these ingredients prior to class if possible. Don’t worry they are easy to find. Additionally, if you have any dietary restrictions don’t worry, please let us know in advance so we can accommodate you. Also, we are able to send you substitutions for some ingredients.


        • Pisco Sour:

          Pisco Sour is one of the best Pisco cocktails.


      Pisco Sour

      Pisco Sour

      Ingredients:

      03 ounces of Pisco (If you do not have Pisco, you can use white rum or vodka), 01 egg white, 01 ounce of lime juice or 6 limes, 04 ice cubes, 01 ounce of simple syrup

        • Ceviche (On Modays)

          Ceviche is the national dish of Peru. You will learn to prepare the classic Ceviche served in many restaurants throughout our country, and the Nikkei style using fruit.


      Ceviche

      Ceviche

      Ingredients:

      Classic ceviche: 150 gr of fish (any very fresh. It may be Corvina, Halibut, Escolar, Hamachi, Mahi-Mahi), 08 limes, 01 red onion, fresh cilantro sprigs, 01 teaspoon grated garlic, 01 teaspoon grated ginger, salt to taste, 01 chilli habanero(optional)

      Nikkei Ceviche (vegetarian option): 01 mango or melon (300 gr), 01 spoon soy souce light, 01 spoon sesame oil, 01 spoon oyster souce, 01 sprig of green onion.

      We will accompany Ceviche with 01 sweet potato, 02 oranges juice, 03 spoon white suggar, a small piece of cinnamon, 01 fresh corn and lettuce leaves. Of course, you can accompany it with other options.

        • Lomo Saltado (On Tuesdays)

          It is a famous Peruvian dish and one of the favorite for tourists. It is made of sliced beef stir stir-fried with red onions, yellow Peruvian chilies (aji amarillo), tomatoes, soy sauce, vinegar and cilantro.


      Lomo Saltado

      Lomo Saltado

      Ingredients:

      200gr beef tenderloin or sirloin, 01 tablespoons soy sauce, 01 red onion, 01 yellow Peruvian chili pepper (optional, but highly recommended) if you can't get it you can use any other mild yellow, orange or red chili pepper, 01 tomatoes, 02 tablespoons red wine vinegar, 200gr potatoes deep-frying oil, 01 to 02 tablespoons soy sauce, 01 to 02 tablespoons oyster sauce, fresh chopped cilantro, 01 teaspoon dry oregano, salt, pepper and cumin to tast.

        • Aji de Gallina (On Wednesdays)

          A Peru's classic dish. It is a spicy creamed chicken. This dish is usually served with rice, boiled yellow potatoes, and black olives. You can buy frozen yellow aji peppers that often look more orange than yellow.


      Aji de Gallina

      Aji de Gallina

      Ingredients:

      01 yellow potatoes, 01 slices white bread, 3/4 cup evaporated milk, 1/2 pounds chicken breast, 01 cups chicken stock, 01 to 2 yellow aji peppers, ¼ cup vegetable oil, 01 red onion, 01 tablespoons walnuts (chopped), 01 tablespoons Parmesan cheese (grated), 01 hard-boiled eggs, 02 black olives (halved), salt, pepper to tast.

        • Quinotto (On Thursdays)

          It is a clever hybrid name (quinoa + risotto) of this rich and creamy dish. Quinoa is a high protein grain that has been harvested for centuries in the Andes. Nowadays Quinoa is very popular all over the world thanks to its really nutritional properties and interesting nutty taste.


      Quinotto

      Quinotto

      Ingredients:

      50 gr clean mushrooms, mixed cooked quinoa, 01 teaspoon yellow chili paste, finely chopped red onion (1⁄4 un.), 04 ounces crushed garlic, white wine, 25 gr unsalted butter in cubes, 02 ounces heavy cream, 50 gr shredded parmesan cheese, vegetable oil, salt, chicken stock.

        • Causa Peruana (On Fridays)

          Causa is a tasty dish prepared with basic yellow potatoes and lime. It can be prepared with chicken, tuna, seafood or other varieties of white meat. There are different variants for the filling though. This dish is accompanied qith mayonnaise, avocados, black olives, lettuce or vegetables.


      Causa

      Causa

      Ingredients:

      500 gr yelow potatoes, 350gr skinless, boneless chicken breasts, pinch salt, pinch freshly ground black pepper, 01 tablespoons mayonnaise, dDash olive oil, 01 to 02 teaspoon aji amarillo chili paste (or liquidized mild red chili), juice of 1 lime, 01 ripe hass avocados, halved, pitted, and peeled garnish, 01 ripe hass avocado, halved, pitted, peeled, and sliced, lettuce leaves or herbs.

        • Papa a la Huancaina (On Saturdays)

          It is a dish typically served as an appetizer. consisting of boiled yellow Peruvian potatoes covered in a spicy cheese sauce, all served with lettuce, black olives, and boiled egg.


      Papa a la Huancaina

      Papa a la Huancaina

      Ingredients:

      02 potatoes, rinsed and peeled (yellow Peruvian potatoes or Yukon Gold), 02 to 03 fresh Peruvian yellow peppers, 150 gr. Fresh cheese, 01 can of evaporated milk, 1/3 cup vegetable oil, salt, soda crackers, boiled eggs, black olives, and lettuce (to accompany)

      • Our virtual experience

        Our online cooking class will be via Zoom; starting 2:00 pm Peru time (-5 GTM ) and will last 1.5 hours. We will email you a link to join the meeting in advance. While cooking, our knowledgeable chef will interact with all participants. He will answer your questions and give live feedback on your progress. Also, our chef will provide you with tips and shortcuts – and we welcome yours. Grethel our chef´s assistant will help to make this a pleasant experience for you.


        Join us to make this virtual cooking experience fun and again delicious…we have much to share!


      • Course Details:

        * To take part of our class, you will need a laptop, smartphone or tablet with a good internet connection.


        * Our price is $19.00 per person and our maximum number of participants is 6 people.


        * The classes are daily from Monday to Saturdays.


        * The payment is for each participant


        * Private class please check availability. We can arrange it for your group (family, friends or coworkers). Just contact us to info@cuscoculinary.com


      • So now we are ready to prepare with you some of Peru’s greatest world famous recipes!