Today with the very hospitable Tanja Kezić and my friends Daniela Rogulj and Tash Peričić we prepared Dalmatian cuisine with a modern twist. Sourcing local products only, including Ivan Gligora’s cheeses from Island Pag, fresh figs and prosciutto drizzled with honey, baked ‘skuta’ cheese tarts, a delicious prawn ‘buzera’ dish, and for dessert dried figs slowly simmered in prošek dessert wine served with fresh cream, all so light and sensational.
Dalmatian cuisine with a difference!
Tanja always welcomes her guests to her rooftop kitchen in Split with a glass of bubbly and a warm smile and today was no exception. We felt right at home as we chopped, cut, sliced, stirred and prepared our delicious lunch. The kitchen was a-buzz with girl talk, and stories of both success and utter flops from the past brought smiles and a sense of relief to hear we’ve all had our good and not so good results in the kitchen.
It’s always fun to take part in a class learning something new!
Our Cooking Class Menu today…
Proscuitto in red wine with black Polenta
2. Skuta Cheese tart.
3.Figs filled with Proscuito
6.Dried figs cooked in Dessert prošek wine and served with a dollop of fresh cream.
If you are interested in taking part in a small-group cooking class while in Split, please contact me, Robyn Vulinovich Sisarić, and I’ll happily organise a time and day to suit you. Email email@example.com
Price per person is 60 Euro which includes welcome aperitif, 3-hour cooking class, 4 course lunch, quality wines or fresh juices and mineral waters.