Moroccan Cooking Workshop

Moroccan Cooking Workshop

Course summary

If you’d like to learn how to make authentic Moroccan cuisine from a Moroccan Israeli immigrant and Free to Feed alumni, this is the event for you!

Participants will be introduced to Moroccan and Israeli flavours and techniques, while learning new and unusual ways to incorporate Corner Store preserves into cooking. As well as taking part in steps along the way, you’ll get to taste and try each dish!


What you’ll learn

You’ll be guided through cooking a range of delicious Moroccan/Israeli dishes that are full of spices and perfect for sharing, including:

  • Meatballs with pickled figs
  • Preserved lemon and carrot salata
  • Jam doughnuts

What you’ll get

  • A wonderful hands-on experience with an experienced Moroccan/Israeli chef
  • All ingredients provided
  • Recipe cards to take home and practice
  • A preserve of your choice to cook with at home

What to bring

  • We have some aprons but feel free to bring your own
  • Please tie long hair back
  • Closed toe shoes

About the instructor

Orlin Ben Ami is a Moroccan Israeli immigrant with a passion for food. A previous Free to Feed instructor, she now runs Social Appetiser workshops to reconnect with her culture and connect local communities. 

Workshop details

Where: Melbourne Farmers Market Kitchen, Alphington

When: Sunday, 29 October 2023

Time: 10:30am - 1:30pm

Cost: $120

Level of skill required: Suitable for all levels

Max participants: 12 


The dishes contain meat, dairy, eggs and nuts. Some dishes will be vegetarian and variations will be included in recipes but cannot be altered for the workshop.

This workshop requires a minimum number of 8 participants to go ahead. In the event we don’t get enough participants, we will postpone the event to a later date. Refunds will be offered to those who cannot attend the new date. 

Book your spot!

Enrol in our Moroccan Cooking Workshop below!

There are only 12 spots in total so get in quick! Bookings will be cut off Tuesday 24 October 2023.