Spanish Cooking Class


11:00 Meet your instructor in front of the market and begin market tour 11:45 Begin cooking the Salmorejo, Paella and dessert 13:30 Enjoy your lunch with drinks provided! 14:00 The event ends, how about a ride on a BEER BIKE?
  • Max. 16 persons
  • Activity starts at 11am with guided tour of the famous Triana Market and explanation of the products to be used (45 mins approx).
  • Group will make Salmorejo, Paella and a light dessert
  • Group will also make (and drink!) sangría and will also have nibbles provided
  • The group will eat their lunch – 2 glasses of wine/beer or soft drinks are included.
That was a great way to experience Spanish cooking. The market was gorgeous and the instructor was lovely. Top marks for the sangria too! – Patricia, London, 2019
Seville Hen Do

Spanish Cooking Class

Learn the secrets of the paella during our Spanish Cooking Class …and then eat it! The Seville Cooking Class takes your group on a gastronomic adventure. With our expert instructors we first visit the famous Triana Market and then cook up a meal. This is the perfect Stag or Hen event for those looking to get out of their comfort zone and experience the real Spain.

Release your inner Jamie Oliver. We start at 11am with a guided tour of Seville’s most famous market before heading off with our fresh ingredients for the main event. You’ll make three Spanish dishes and mix up some sangria for yourselves as well. Olé!

Sangria included

Get stuck in! We take care of the cleanup so you can concentrate on the cooking….and the wine. Be prepared to fill your senses with mouth-watering dishes. Our groups will prepare  Salmorejo, the world-famous Paella and a light dessert as well as sangria.

By 2pm it’s all over. You’ve enjoyed cooking the meal, have dined together with wine and now it’s time for something more: how about a Game of Thrones walking tourMake your Hen trip to Seville spectacular.

About Paella

Paella was originally a laborers’ meal, cooked over an open fire in the fields.  Paella got its start when the Moors, who dominated Spain for almost 800 years, brought rice and saffron to Spain.  It is a dish of saffron-flavoured rice combined with a variety of meats and/or shellfish as well as vegetables such as garlic, peas, onions, artichoke and tomatoes.

“…very professional and enyoyable, José the chef really knew what he was doing, all the girls got tips for cooking at home ! ” Barbara Matthis, Seville Hen Weekend, March 2023

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