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Peruvian Creole Cuisine

Creole Cuisine is the best example of all the cultural influence that Peruvian gastronomy has acquired through history. Together with José del Castillo from Isolina we will make typical Peruvian dishes.

"Creole cuisine my way". José shares his family heritage with us

Creole cuisine was developed in the colonial era, when European and African influences met pre-Columbian America. Simple culinary techniques are highlighted to achieve exquisite results.

In this online course, José seeks to revive, adapt and add importance to recipes from recipe books from the past. Each of these dishes tells a story with the power to transport us to the Peru of yesteryear.

There are many recipes, but certainly none like these. This course was created to give value to the traditional, bygone, simple and unsophisticated Peruvian recipes that everyone likes.

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Course curriculum

What you'll learn

You will understand the proper handling of peppers, seafood and other Peruvian ingredients

In this course you will start by learning about two dishes with one ingredient in common: the yellow chilli; the star of a big part of the Peruvian Creole gastronomy. Through preparing Huancaína style potatoes and Causa Limeña,  you will learn two ways of cooking with this chilli.

José knows that the quality of the ingredients plays a very important part in the final result. That is why you will learn to choose the best. As for seafood, he tells us how to choose a suitable product, always being responsible with the species. He also shares with us the freshness indicators that ensure a good purchase. You will learn how to fillet, remove the skin and slice perfectly for ceviches and tiraditos.

Who is it for?

Professionals and amateurs of the kitchen with a keen interest in Peruvian cuisine.

Necessary Materials

  • Knives
  • Kitchen boards
  • Bowls
  • Saucepan

*Equipment or materials recommended in some of the recipes (they are not essential for the course).

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was alryt
Lorima Tomu

needed to be abit more lively

Very interesting
Jen Dean

Very well explained and new techniques demonstrated well

Nice to learn a bit more of Peruvian Cuisine
Xim Almendro

Very good course

Nice
Gregory Abdul-Aleem

Nice

Great job
Nikolas Tsafos

Great job

Good
Tuomas Heikkinen

Good

José is one of the leading chefs in Peruvian cuisine today. As the head of Isolina restaurant, he has been able to be included amongst the 50 best restaurants in Latin America.

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What's included?

  • 1h 10m HD video
  • 4 Recipes
  • 7 Lessons
  • Recipe Book (English, Spanish)
  • 4 Quizzes
  • Certificate
  • Español, English
  • English, Español, Italiano, Français, Deutsch, Português
Level
  • Medium

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Nikolas Tsafos
Posted 3 weeks ago
Great job

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alexipapyrro
Posted 4 months ago
muy básico

preparaciones básicas nada nuevo recomendado para principiantes

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Lorima Tomu
Posted 6 months ago
was alryt

needed to be abit more lively

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Tuomas Heikkinen
Posted 7 months ago
Good

Good

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Jen Dean
Posted 8 months ago
Very interesting

Very well explained and new techniques demonstrated well

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Xim Almendro
Posted 10 months ago
Nice to learn a bit more of Peruvian Cuisine

Very good course

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Gregory Abdul-Aleem
Posted 1 year ago
Nice

Nice

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