Mexican Street Food
St. Mary’s Catholic High School, Manchester Rd, Astley, Tyldesley, Manchester M29 7EE
16 March 2024
5 hours 30 mins
Plans for our new venue are very much underway, in the meantime join us for a pop-up class at St. Mary’s Catholic High School.
Address: Manchester Rd, Astley, Tyldesley, Manchester M29 7EE
If you have an allergy/intolerance please get in touch with us before booking this class by emailing email@example.com.
mexican street food
Enjoy a day full of flavour as you learn how to make mouth-watering Mexican Street Food. You’ll discover how to use grains, pulses, spices and vegetables to make gorgeous dishes with a Central American and Spanish influence.
You are likely to make a selection of traditional Mexican small plates including:
Taco duo- Buffalo Cauliflower and Mushroom Birria
Elote (Mexican Street Corn)
A sweet finish with fresh Sopaipilla
Above recipes are subject to availability of ingredients.
You’ll be able to make the recipes you learn on this class at home, time and time again. After your cookery experience, you will be emailed a pack for you to keep containing all of the recipes you learned on the day.
What to expect
Lots of food: Don’t worry about bringing anything to eat, you’ll be nibbling and tasting throughout your cookery experience!
A relaxed, hands-on experience, suitable for all abilities: You’ll work in pairs, groups and individually to hone your cookery skills.
Meet your tutor
Nikita’s passion for cooking began in childhood, with dreams of one day going on the TV show Ready, Steady, Cook. She said teaching at the Vegetarian Society Cookery School is the closest thing to that dream! Having always worked in hospitality, Nikita did her training at catering college. She has particular interest for Asian cookery and world cuisine.