HUNGARIAN STUFFED PEPPERS
Great for Entertainers, Great for Families, Comfort Food, Meal Prep, Meat Lovers, Cultural Preservation, Date-Ideas, Heritage Seekers
Beginner to Advanced
LEARN HOW TO MAKE STUFFED PEPPERS
A classic comfort food, it’s hard to find someone who doesn’t get excited at the thought of a stuffed pepper. Fresh peppers stuffed with meat, rice, spices and served with a tasty tomato sauce… These simple ingredients come together to form an incredibly satisfying and heart warming dish.
While this recipe has Turkish origins, the Hungarians adopted it as their own back in the 16th and 17th centuries and has been a household staple since. The use of Hungarian yellow peppers or Cubanelles are what make this version distinctly Hungarian. Surprisingly easy to make, your family and friends will be thoroughly impressed and leave with a satisfied grin on their faces. Complete your meal with a traditional and popular Hungarian apple cinnamon dessert, Almás Pite. Is it a cake or is it a pie? It’s definitely delicious.
Bring your household together for this deeply satisfying meal and transport your kitchen to Hungary!
COOKING CLASS MENU
Töltött Paprika | Classic Stuffed Peppers in Tomato Sauce
Almás Pite | Hungarian Apple Cake
WHAT YOU GET
Personal Kitchen Assistant to answer all your questions
2-1/2 hour Private Cooking Class with a World Chef via Skype
Personalized step-by-step coaching
An awesome and authentic meal
Music Playlists featuring artists from the country to get ready for your experience
Cocktail Recipes upon request
Recipe Booklet to recreate your dishes again and again!
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Number of Guests
Includes 2 guests. $ USD
each additional guest (Max 2)
A $50 USD surcharge will apply for the addition of a second kitchen. 2+ locations? These are the classes for you.
Classes are available daily on every continent. If a class shows at a time not suitable in your timezone, your chef is already booked with another class!
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