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Modern Algerian Pastry

Discover Algerian inspired pastry: Traditional and modern

Discover ‘pastries without borders’

This course will focus on incorporating Algerian flavors into modern delicate pastries.

Warda Bouguettaya is the Executive Pastry Chef and owner of Warda Patisserie, Detroit, USA. She has lived, worked and eaten around the world, and loves to share her Algerian heritage with others, to share what she calls ‘pastries without borders’.

In this course you will see how Warda, (Outstanding Pastry Chef, James Beard Awards 2022), incorporates the nostalgic flavors of her childhood, such as black sesame, walnut, date, rose, orange blossom and pomegranate, into her modern pastries. You will discover her tips and tricks to make a range of classic preparations with perfect results.

At the end of this course you will:

  • Know about Algerian flavors and how to incorporate them within modern pastries.
  • Know how to make classic preparations, such as brioche dough, pâte sucrée, frangipane, whipped ganache, and a mirror glaze free from artificial colors and flavors.
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Course Syllabus

Course Content

Chapter 1 - Presentation and recipe book
Chapter 2 - Introduction to Algerian Pastry
Chapter 3 - Maritozzi
Chapter 4 - Flans: Parisian and Algiers
Chapter 5 - Muhallebi
Chapter 6 - Desert Rose Tart
Chapter 7 - Makroud Tart
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Before you go

Incorporate Algerian flavors into delicate modern pastries

What you'll learn

Discover Algerian Maritozzi and give classic brioche dough an Algerian touch with delicious creamy fillings, flavored with mint, date and orange.

First, make a classic Parisian Flan with a perfect pâte sucrée crust and smooth creamy vanilla custard filling. Then adapt this recipe to incorporate black sesame, inspired by Warda’s childhood.

You will learn to make Muhallebi, an Algerian rice pudding with a smooth grainless texture which can be served hot or cold.

Warda’s Desert Rose Tart incorporates the flavors of rose, pistachio and pomegranate. Here you can master preparations such as frangipane, whipped ganache, and a pomegranate gel. You will learn to make mirror glaze without the addition of fake colors or flavors, and finally see how Warda assembles the finished product.

Who is it for?

This course is for those who wish to try new flavors and explore new cultures from the comfort of their homes.

What you’ll need

 

  • Oven
  • Stand mixer
  • Saucepans
  • Tart rings (8 cm and 19 cm)
  • Silicone dome molds 8 cm
  • Large baking sheets 
  • Black perforated Silpain 
  • Parchment paper
  • Pastry brushes
  • Whisks
  • Spatulas
  • Immersion blender
  • Bowls
  • Cutting board
  • Paring knife
  • Chef’s knife
  • Ice cream scoop
  • Weighing scales
  • Small offset spatulas
  • Microplane grater
  • Piping bags
  • Large star tip 
  • Small sieve

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See what our Members are saying

Terrible can’t understand a word of this it’s not written in English

Where are the videos? I cannot understand this language. I’m super disappointed

Claudia Fascenelli

Made with love

You can easily see the love and passion she has for her hometown and the way she expresses it through her desserts. So happy she is here. I'm looking forward for more of her classes.

Smilyana Simeonova

I loved how unique this class is!

Learn a lot of things about whipped ganache, glaze and Algerian flavors. Can’t wait to make the Parisian flan recipe. All the flavor combinations used in the desserts are very different from what I’m used to work with but can wait to try them.

Dalimar Vega

great class

i like how to mgo step by step

Paul Howard

Amazing flavor!

Fantastic course, recipes. It went beyond my expectations!

sophie.digesso

Meet your Instructor

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Executive Pastry Chef & Owner - Warda Patisserie

An award winning pastry chef who loves to share her Algerian heritage through ‘pastries without borders’. Outstanding Pastry Chef, James Beard Awards 2022

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What's included?

  • 1h 36 min HD video
  • 16 recipes 
  • 41 lessons
  • 5 Quizzes
  • Certificate

Available languages

  • Español, English (VO)
  • English, Español, Italiano (BETA), Français (BETA), Português (BETA), Deutsch (BETA)
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Dalimar Vega
Posted 3 weeks ago
I loved how unique this class is!

Learn a lot of things about whipped ganache, glaze and Algerian flavors. Can’t wait to make the Parisian flan recipe. All the flavor combinations used in the desserts are very different from what I’m used to work with but can wait to try them.

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sophie.digesso
Posted 3 weeks ago
Amazing flavor!

Fantastic course, recipes. It went beyond my expectations!

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Smilyana Simeonova
Posted 2 months ago
Made with love

You can easily see the love and passion she has for her hometown and the way she expresses it through her desserts. So happy she is here. I'm looking forward for more of her classes.

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Nelli Wetsch
Posted 6 months ago
Flavour-Combinations are interesting

Nice little course with interesting flavour-combinations. I hope, they are not too sweet. Maybe a course more for homebakers.

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Claudia Fascenelli
Posted 8 months ago
Terrible can’t understand a word of this it’s not written in English

Where are the videos? I cannot understand this language. I’m super disappointed

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Jose Luis Corral Ferez
Posted 8 months ago
Podía ser mejor

corto en explicaciones

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Paul Howard
Posted 9 months ago
great class

i like how to mgo step by step

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