Mexican Cooking Master Class

by Otao Kitchen Cooking School Claim Listing

Making Mexican food with a wonderful blend of fruits, vegetables, meats and beans. In this cooking class, you'll receive a special tips and tricks in Mexican culinary tradition as you explore how to make this special menu.


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3 Hours

Course Details

It's a celebration of all things Mexican! We'll cover Mexico’s greatest dishes and drinks, as well as a few with a twist. Explore Mexican culinary adventure with a guarantee to thrill your taste buds and senses. Short, sharp bursts of clean and varied flavours, Mexican food is perfect for gatherings of friends and family and workmates where you want the food to be relaxed, tasty and satisfying.



  • A hands-on Mexican cooking class experience, with expert Chef tuition
  • Learn the fundamentals of Mexican ingredients and flavours
  • How to create Mexican recipes yourself and to your palette
  • Cooking tips, tricks, and techniques
  • Intimate class sizes in a fun and social setting
  • A delicious meal celebrated and enjoyed together, toasted with sparkling wine and beers
  • The online recipes from your class so you can recreate them at home


On The Day

  • This hands-on experience lasts for approximately 3 hours
  • Enjoy a complimentary refresher drink on arrival
  • Demonstration of the Mexican Cooking Class Recipes by your Chef
  • Tastings, making your entree, mains, salads, desserts
  • Sit and eat together at the end with a glass of sparkling wine


The Menu

  • Tacos de Guisado- Stewed Beef
  • Tortillas- Corn Flatbread
  • Salsa Rojo + Salsa Verde Roasted Tomato and Tomatillo Sauces
  • Ceviche con Tostadas -Lightly Cured Seasonal Fish
  • Melbourne Branch

    393 Victoria St, Melbourne
  • Teacher's Name
  • Dylan
  • Teacher's Experience
  • Dylan’s love affair with cooking began as a kid in his grandmother’s kitchen. Slurping noodles and day dreaming about sushi and dumplings, his itching for good food thrust him into the restaurant industry straight out of highschool. He picked up a few tricks along the way working under the umbrella of David Chang at Momofuku Toronto, worked as Sous at acclaimed Skippa restaurant and has since spent his time working in various restaurants exploring the traditions of Japanese cookery. Dylan believes that food is togetherness. It is a force that establishes deep connections between people, places and the soil. Food creates links that span across time and cultures. Dylan believes the best kind of food is simultaneously nourishing for the body, spirit and the planet.
  • Gender
  • Male
  • Teacher's Nationality
  • N/A

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