Armenian food culture includes influences from across Europe, the Middle East, Far East and Africa. In this class you will learn about the special exotic spices, unusual fruits, bountiful nuts and fresh herbs used in Armenian cuisine, with a menu featuring affordable and time saving 30 minute dishes: quick, no oil or yeast pita flatbread for that those nights when you are out of bread; tahini and pomegranate yoghurt sauce to accompany roast beetroot, walnuts and herbs; sumac spiced char grilled lamb cutlets on a base of roasted pine nuts and garlic, spices and fresh herbs; traditional Armenian eggplant roll stuffed with spiced ricotta, herb and walnut filling; and for a delicious treat, Anushka’s famous honey cake and honeycomb.
Modern Armenian Cuisine
Discover the Persian and European influences
Whether you want to explore a new cuisine, learn some new techniques or simply expand your cooking repertoire, our highly experienced instructors will show you how to prepare delicious dishes that are guaranteed to impress. Click here for more information the class format.
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About the Chef
Chef, MasterChef Australia Alumni
Growing up in an Armenian household, Anuschka food is a fusion of Armenian, Persian and Russian cuisines. With a love of cooking she entered the 2019 Master Chef, reaching the last 6 contestants in the semi- finals. Her food philosophy transcends all barriers of language, age, race and no matter who you are or where you come from food brings us together. Anuschka enjoys cooking anything from French to Middle Eastern inspired savoury and sweet, simple or more complex dishes. Sharing her knowledge, cooking skills and preparing seasonal meals for friends and family is her passion. More