Chefparade Cooking School

Experience Hungary by taking a cooking class in Budapest

Chefparade Cooking School
Budapest
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Budapest
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Learn to Cook Hungarian

A fun way to truly experience Hungary is by taking a cooking class. Hungarian cuisine is rich and famous and you can learn about the main ingredients and master the basics of Hungarian cooking to impress your family and friends back home.

Chefparade Cooking School offers hands-on courses in a modern, cosmopolitan cooking studio set up for up to twelve people. Courses start with a visit to Budapest’s Central Market Hall (optional), guided by the chef. After purchasing the ingredients and learning about the main components, the cooking adventure begins. Classes, start in the morning and run for about four hours. Each class consist of cooking (and eating) a simple three-course meal. It’s a fun way to meet new people and learn about Hungarian culture and traditions. No cooking skills are required. We know it's an awesome class because we tried it ourselves. Chefparade is also a top ranked Budapest activity on Tripadvisor. Oh, and by the way, classes are in English.

Chefparade menu options

Soups:
Hungarian Goulash soup - Gulyásleves
Traditional green pea soup - Borsóleves
Potato soup with sour cream and sausage - Tejfölös krumplileves
Sour cherry soup - Meggyleves
Chicken soup with tarragon - Tárkonyos csirke raguleves
'Jókai' bean soup - Jókai bableves

Main dishes:
Hungarian lecsó (green pepper and tomato stew with egg) - Tojásos lecsó
Potato paprikash - Paprikáskrumpli
Deep fried meat loaf with vegetable stew (potato or green pea) - Fasírozott főzelékkel
Chicken or mushroom paprikash with 'nokedli' (home-made dumplings) - Csirke- vagy gombapaprikás nokedlivel
Pasta with cabbage - Káposztástészta
Pasta with potato - Krumplistészta
Pancakes 'Hortobágy' style - Hortobágyi palacsinta

Desserts:
Apple, cherry or poppy seeds pie - Almás, meggyes vagy mákos pite
Hungarian crepes - Palacsinta
Sponge cake Somló style (with chocolate and vanilla) - Somlói galuska
Floating island - Madártej
Gerbeaud - Zserbó
Sweet cottage cheese dumplings with cinamon - Túrógombóc
Apple strudel - Almás rétes

Chefparade's Address

Páva utca 13, Budapest 1094

Getting there:
If you join the market tour, take streetcars 2, 47 or 49 to Fővám tér.
If you are taking the class only, take streetcars 4 or 6 to Mester utca. Walk three blocks on Mester utca to Páva utca.

Chefparade Cooking School Reviews

  • Rating:
  • 5.00
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    We were there last summer with friends and Chefparade turned out to be a great experience and a nice start for our visit to Hungary. We signed up for the whole package, including a visit to the Great Market, which is a fascinating place. I definitely recommend this pre-cooking tour as it’s very informative with some insights into Hungarian cuisine and culture. The cooking was held in a fully-equipped professional kitchen. Our cooking selection included ‘Paprikáscsirke nokedlivel’ (Chicken Paprika with dumplings), a very traditional Hungarian dish. All in all, we had a lovely time, it was engaging and fun and our creations were delicious! Highly recommended.

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