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Traditional Peruvian Cuisine Reinvented

A fresh and contemporary offer, with an ancestral history, from one of the greatest cuisines in the world.

Prepare recipes based on tradition using innovative culinary techniques.

We will reinvent one of the greatest, and most acclaimed cuisines in the world. Peruvian gastronomy is rich in history, with ancient techniques and unique ingredients.

Peruvian food is found both inside and outside of Peru. It is present in the daily lives of millions of people, from the everyday market, as well as on the most sophisticated and demanding tables of international reputation. Peruvian cuisine is for everyone.

On this course we will build on the tradition that goes back hundreds of years, celebrating tradition through the application of more modern and innovative techniques.

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Course Syllabus

Discover how to make the most of your ingredients and obtain excellent results

What you'll learn

We start with Arroz con Chancho (Rice with Pork). The name may be familiar to you, but this special recipe is different from what we are used to. Each step will be worth it when you see and taste the final result.

We include fresh options such as Pulpo al Olivo (Olive Octopus), Causa and Tiradito. Again, we take well-known dishes and elevate them by adding value to the ingredients. The way we process our ingredients is key.

How about a curry without turmeric or cumin? We’ve created one using Peruvian ingredients!

The spicy shrimp empanadas with Tari sauce are the star dish at Astrid & Gastón restaurant, in Lima. Discover the secrets of how to prepare them from scratch. Jorge will show you the kneading technique, and the key points for optimum cooking.

Recommended equipment 

Instruments or materials suggested in some of the recipes (not essential for the course):

  • Knives
  • Cutting board
  • Pans
  • Blender
  • Sieve or strainer
  • Roller
  • Brush
  • Grater
  • Rubber spatula

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Meet your Instructor

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Head Chef, Astrid & Gastón (Lima, Peru)

Jorge is head chef at the emblematic Astrid & Gastón restaurant in Peru. Before that, he worked at the Pakta restaurant in Barcelona, holder of a Michelin star.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Scoolinary courses are online classes that allow you to learn new knowledges and skills to improve your cuisine. Each course consists of several lessons that combine videos and texts with downloadable recipes and extra teaching materials.

The courses are 100% online, so once they are published, courses start and finish whenever you want. You set the pace for the class. You can go back to review what interests you most and skip what you already know.

We value the time and effort you put into our courses, which is why you’ll get a Course Certification upon completion of every course.

If a course is not what you expected, you can request a refund before 7 days after time of purchase and as long as you have not viewed more than 20% of the course.

What's included?

  • 1h 45min HD video
  • 6 Recipes
  • 11 Lessons
  • Recipe Book
  • 6 Quizzes
  • Certificate

Available languages

  • Español, English
  • English, Español, Italiano, Français, Deutsch, Português
Level
  • Intermediate

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Edward Reyes
Posted 5 months ago
Ok.

It's ok to people who wants to learn simple Peruvian cuisine, I think he makes different mistakes when he's cooking each one of the recipes... sometimes he seems annoyed while he's cooking, also in the last two recipes you can notice two huge mistakes that he made as a chef. 1)mixed the sauce with the same spoon that he tasted it before. 2)He made an empanada dough, but obviously he didn't use it

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Nikolas Tsafos
Posted 8 months ago
Great job

Great job

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Rawan Khudari
Posted 11 months ago
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Ioannis Bezas
Posted 3 years ago
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Rodolfo Cassin Borges
Posted 3 years ago
Great course

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