About this tour
Turkish bread is generally more like the pocket-less type of pita. A wheat dough more leavened than pita bread provides the broad, round flat shape of this type of bread.
Turkish pastry comes in numerous shapes, sizes, and flavours; cevizli baklava (walnut baklava) and fistikli baklava (pistachio baklava) are what you see most often in the States: flaky layers of phyllo dough, stacked and brushed with butter and sugar syrup, and then cut into rectangles or diamonds. Learn to make freshly baked bread by pastry chef Aysegul.
Join this private cooking class and learn how to bake Turkish Bread! A professional chef will guide you step by step through your culinary journey. This private experience is more than just a cooking class; it’s also an introduction to Turkey, from the food to the culture, history, and traditions. The giving of ekmek (bread) is of special importance in Turkey because, in Islamic belief, bread sustains life and the protection of life is sacred. Learn this life-sustaining skill now!
- Learn to bake Turkish bread from pastry chef Aysegul
- Connect with a local over your passion for food
- Private local Guide
- Discover the history of this yummy bread
- Private local host
- Active virtual experience
- Interactive session with your host from Istanbul
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