Morocco Food Technology

Prices from: £339

Morocco is well known for its delightful cuisines, and has influenced top chefs and restaurants all over the world.  However, you’ll never find it as delicious as the food served up in Morocco; and now Food Technology students can tangle and tease their taste buds with style.

Your students can experience the flavours and spices whilst learning the techniques used to cook up such exotic dishes.  If you’ve never tried Djej Mqualli, now is your chance! Savour one of Morocco’s favourite chicken tagines with preserved lemons and green olives.

Better yet, if you’re feeling daring, how about trying Merguez, a seriously spicey lamb/beef sausage often served with harissa, (a fiery pepper sauce only for the brave).

Don’t miss out!, contact adaptable travel today to start organising your next school trip to Morroco.

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Destination Pack
To assist you with planning the most relevant and appropriate itinerary for your students, a Leisure & Learning destination pack complete with a full excursion list including curriculum area recommendations will be sent with every quote.

Below is a suggested itinerary from Adaptable Travel.  We will be happy to tailo rmake an itinerary based aorund your exact requirements.

 

Day 1

  • Arrive in Marrakech- orientation meet up and evening free
  • Night in Hotel El Andalous and Spa or similar

 

Day 2

  • Morning
  • Shop in the souks for the ingredients for a cookery afternoon and source local produce for cooking a traditional moroccan dish such as tagine/couscous or pastilla.
  • Start the cookery course and produce the finished dishes – Full board (eating own cooked dinner)

 

Day 3

  • Take a short transfer up into the High Atlas and learn about berber cookery in a traditional style in one of the village near Ouirgane. Learn how to cook the various flatbreads, see the vegetables and spices used, and depending on the season, see the fruit specialities of fig, Opuntia (cactus), and quince.
  • Transfer back to Marrakech in the evening. Picnic lunch and dinner

 

Day 4

  • In the morning visit the souk to see the pancake and special "leaf" pastry made and the communal bread ovens.
  • After lunch, visit the Amal ladies cooperative  (or similar) for a course on how to make Moroccan sweets and cakes. Breakfast and dinner

 

Day 5

  • Transfer to airport for departure.

 

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