Authentic Handmade Tamale Class

1 hour 30 minute virtual event

Event short description

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Hosted by The Good Food Project

Tamales are filled and hand-wrapped gifts of masa deliciousness - steamed to perfection and topped with salsa. Discover what makes these Mexican delicacies so special as you fill and wrap (surprisingly easily!) your own handheld bites of wonder.

Price

$35 / person

Virtual event

This host typically use zoom, but we can integrate with other systems.

Group size

This event supports 6 - 100 participants.

Event duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Full details

How it works

The Good Food Project's chefs will show you just how fun and easy making tamales by hand can be. Your chef will guide you through softening the corn husks, prepping your fillings, preparing your masa; and forming and filling and wrapping your tamales. As you put them on the stove to steam, you'll make a fresh salsa to enjoy with your warm tamales. At the end of class, you'll have fresh salsa and a dozen steamed to perfection tamales to enjoy!

Things you'll need

Each guest will need to supply the items below to participate fully in this event.

Masa Harina (available in the flour aisle)

Vegetable Oil

Warm Water

Salt and Pepper

Stock Pot with (optional) steamer insert

Mixing Bowl

Large Spoon

Tongs

Tomatoes

White Onion

Cilantro/Parsley

A filling of your choice: Shredded Cooked Chicken, Beef or Pork Cheese and Green Chilies

How to join

This event is delivered using the video platform: Zoom

Prefer to use your own platform? This host supports the following options:

  • Zoom
  • Google Meet
  • Cisco Webex
  • GoToMeeting
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Blue Jeans

Other things you will need to join:

  • Link to this event, provided after purchase
  • Internet connected device, tablets and phones are supported
  • Internet connection
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Your host The Good Food Project

The Good Food Project is designed to make baking fun and accessible for everyone. We have been teaching cooking, baking, and planning corporate food events in Colorado and online for more than 11 years. Chelly Klann, founder of The Good Food Project also created The Edible Revolution, a non-profit dedicated to teaching kids to cook; taking a portable kitchen to schools, libraries, and rec centers to cook with kids as young as 18 months old.