Maqluba (Upside Down Lamb & Rice)
Saturday 5th September 2020
10am – 12pm CST
Learn to make one of the Middle East’s most beloved dishes! Maqluba means ‘upside down’ since it is a one pot dish that when done is flipped over on a big plate.
Out of all of the many recipes I make, I love Maqluba the most for its simplicity and flavor. Maqluba is traditional Syrian, Iraqi, Palestinian, and Jordanian dish. The dish consists of meat, rice, and fried vegetables placed in a pot. This dish is flipped upside down when served in reference to its name which translates to “upside-down”.
Includes a FREE copy of my cookbook: Introduction to Middle Eastern Cooking
Meet Your Instructor
I’m a food, travel & lifestyle blogger who is passionate about creating recipes from my Arab American background.
Born to an American mother and Palestinian father, I have lived and traveled all over the world.
I have been cooking for most of my life and have had a lifelong interest in food of all kinds, in particular foods of the Middle East. From my grandmother in Palestine, to formal training in college, I learned about food.
Frequently Asked Questions
When you book onto one of our group classes, you’ll be added to a private Facebook group dedicated just for this class. When we teach the class, we’ll go live within the group so only registrants can watch. This gives you the option to ask questions directly to Chef Tariq either through the chat box or you can request to join the live video.
With an American mother and Palestinian father, Chef Tariq is able to speak English and Arabic fluently.
Your dedicated Kitchen Assistant will be in touch plenty of time before your cooking class to let you know what ingredients and equipment you’ll need.
All of our classes are designed with the average home kitchen in mind. Everything we use can be found in a normal kitchen.
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A private cooking class can be cancelled and refunded up to 7 days before the class. Please know, any cancellation within 7 days of a class cannot be refunded.