Cooking Arabic Food: Kibbeh
What you'll learn
- Mastering your cooking skills and making creative dishes
- These dishes are rather intricate and ingredients will be a little more tough to find
- This course is at a more advanced level but chefs and cooks can challenge themselves!
- Prepare at least one style of kibbeh by the end of this course
- To be able to cook
Kibbeh is an integral part of Levantine cuisine. You will always find it on the menu in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan or Palestine. It's a great tapas dish but can also be a main dish. In this course, I will take you through preparing the shell of the kibbeh, in various forms and flavours; preparing the stuffings for vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters, and finally, how to make kibbeh using these two elements, as well as several more sophisticated kibbeh dishes like raw kibbeh, kibbeh stew and grilled kibbeh.
I order to complete this course, I recommend you have an understanding of cooking, prepping, kneading, grinding and using a food processor. Therefore, this course is best suited to an intermediate level. Enjoy Lebanese cuisine, Syrian food, Lebanese food, Palestinian dishes and Jordanian food in this thorough Arabic cuisine course on Kibbeh making.
My name is Aseel Arabia. I am a home chef, a freelance chef and a cook to large events and people all over the world. I specialise in pan-Arab dishes but most of all, the rich tastes and flavours that come from the Levantine. I hope this course will be easy for you to follow so you can replicate and share some of my lovely recipes. I have plenty more recipes that you can check out and plenty of other courses you can try; some are more basic and some are more difficult, but if you're just trying to impress some friends, cook for family or if you are a chef in training, looking to improve your skillset, this is perfect for you! Please don't forget to review and share with others if you enjoyed this course, I worked hard on it!
Who this course is for:
Chef Aseel has cooked for over 40 years for private clients including royalty, dukes and duchesses. Revered as a specialist in Arab cuisine, she takes her influence from all over the region having lived in the Gulf Arab states, the Levantine Arab states and the African Arab states throughout her lifetime.