4/4/17 Tues 6:30-9:30pm, $40-80 sliding scale

Masa, made from corn or maiz, as it is traditionally called, is the basis for a wide range of Latin American dishes- including tortillas, tamales, sopes, tostadas and pupusas. Making the masa from scratch is easier than making pancakes and the resulting products excel in flavor and texture compared to the store bought versions. In this hands on class, we’ll be working together in the kitchen to mix up our own masa and then turn it into tortillas, pupusas, tamales and more.  Additionally, we will walk through the traditional and ancient process of nixtamalization, which makes maiz not only more delicious but more nutritious, as we cook up one tasty morsel after another and taste our creations.

Date: Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Time: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Cost: $40 – 80 sliding scale, plus $10 supply fee

 

 

Facebook Comments

Course Reviews

N.A

ratings
  • 5 stars0
  • 4 stars0
  • 3 stars0
  • 2 stars0
  • 1 stars0

No Reviews found for this course.

TAKE THIS CLASS17 SEATS LEFT
4 STUDENTS ENROLLED
  • Profile photo of IUH Admin
  • Profile photo of Charleen
  • Profile photo of Kimberly

The Institute of Urban Homesteading

Featuring small class sizes and experiential learning, IUH offers the best in Bay Area sustainability and urban farming education with classes in gardening, urban animal husbandry, food preservation, brewcraft, foraging, fermenting, and much much more!

Recent News & Happenings

Subscribe to our News Letter

top

X