Mexican Cooking Classes, Local Market Tours in Puerto Escondido

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for the Mexican Cooking

Classes and Local Market Tours

in Puerto Escondido.

 Individuals, Small Groups, and Families.  

Prepare Regional Mexican Food. 

The Mexican Cooking Class & Market Tour.

This class offers an insider’s look at the local Benito Juarez Market in Puerto Escondido. We start the day at a local comedor / Mexican diner for Oaxacan breakfast and freshly squeezed juice. In the market, we experience the sights, sounds, and smells while exploring and shopping for local ingredients. We check out the unique chiles native to Oaxaca. Learn how to buy, prepare and utilize them. After we tour the market we head into the kitchen to prepare a sumptuous multiple course lunch in the cooking class. *

We usually prepare two salsas, ceviche, guacamole, a few of the possibilities for the main course are; mole amarillo, mole verde, chiles rellenos or home-style carnitas. In addition to veggies, rice, beans, fresh fruits, cheese, agua fresca and dessert.

Plus ice cold Mexican beers and a rare mezcal from Sola de Vega.

*Private Cooking Classes can be tailored to your dietary needs.

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Below is an Excerpt from enViva Magazine. Author Brian Overcast

Mi misión imposible: El mole

Un desafío más me esperaba en Puerto Escondido: aprender a hacer mole. Igual que con el surf, que nunca me imaginé capaz de practicar, jamás pensé que podría pasar de abrir un frasco de mole y agregarle caldo, a prepararlo desde cero.

“No sé por qué a este platillo le llaman mole amarillo; es más bien rojizo y anaranjado”, me comentó mientras salíamos al patio a cortar hoja santa para saltear el camarón. Todo fluía en esta cocina: los frijoles negros y el arroz estuvieron listos a tiempo, y me reí para mis adentros cuando me imaginé intentando lo mismo en mi cocina. Mejor disfrutar de este momento, y de la cremosa y tibia salsa de mole vertida sobre los jugosos camarones; una delicia con la nota picante perfecta.

“Invigorated by having successfully
flown across water on a board, I was
ready for my next challenge: making
mole. I headed to the market in Puerto
Escondido to meet my mole instructor,
Tony. First, he took me shopping, intently
examining each chili [sic]and vegetable.
In his personal kitchen, he chopped and
stirred and mixed away—everything
just flowed naturally, and I chuckled
just thinking about attempting this on
my own. Better just enjoy this moment,
I thought, as the creamy mole sauce
poured over the shrimp. And I did.”

 

Here are links to the Mexican Salsa Cooking Classes.

The Mexican Salsa Cooking Classes offer lessons concentrating on salsas.

Learn to Make Some Killer Salsas for Your Next Fiesta back home.

 

3 Responses to Mexican Cooking Classes, Local Market Tours in Puerto Escondido

  1. The Mexykan says:

    Micah and Miranda were awesome students. We made all vegetarian and some vegan Mexican dishes during cooking class. Thanks again to Miranda and Micah.

  2. Scott Paro says:

    Your tour and class was perfect. I leearned so much about the Mexican ingredients and culture. You have taught this Canadian chef new skills to bring home and use for years to come. I will be back to cook with you again. Thank you for a great introduction to this culture and to the beautiful place you call home. Your tour and class are a must for people visiting.

    • The Mexykan says:

      What a pleasure to have you and Michael in class!
      I really enjoyed spending the day with you guys.

      Let me know if you have any questions when get back home.

      Muchisimas gracias Caballeros!

      Saludos,

      Tony

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