Tapas & Cocktail - Sweetcorn Fritters & a Marrow Martini
Tim M
Tim M
£18.00
per screen

Tapas & Cocktail - Sweetcorn Fritters & a Marrow Martini

Hosted by Tim MaddamsDevon, UK

Friday 11th September - 18:00


About this class

Join us to celebrate our Friday evenings by marking the end of the week with a homemade cocktail and snack​​​,​​​ but why would you do that alone with an average drink and a mediocre snack!? Tapas and Tails is the perfect way to kickstart your weekend​​​,​​​ with an outstanding drink​​​,​​​ snack and some great foodie chat.

What you will learn

These sessions are designed to share tips and tricks which bring simple​,​ seasonal delicious food together and create a great Friday evening experience while still in the comfort of our own homes. You will walk away with techniques on how to combine ingredients to create fresh and wonderful sweetcorn fritters. In addition​​​,​​​ you add a marrow martini to your repertoire of cocktails.

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Servings : (serves 1 - 2)

Tapa - Sweet Corn Fritters - 1 corn on the cob - 150g gram flour - small bunch fresh coriander - 1 small hot chilli - natural yoghurt - a little mint - 1 teaspoon each: Coriander seed​,​ nigella seed​,​ cumin seed - 1 teaspoon each: Paprika​,​ dried turmeric - salt - oil for frying - a little soda water Tail - Marrow martini - 2 shots of vodka - 1 shot dry vermouth - around ¼ of a large marrow - ice - mint to garnish (Or a slice of courgette)

Equipment needed

- pestle and mortar - frying pan - blender (for the tapa) ​/​ juicer or blender (for the cocktail) - kitchen paper - cocktail shaker - lots of ice - glasses for the cocktail

Special instructions

Come prepared to have some fun!

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    Class Creator

    Tim M

    Hello, I'm Tim Maddams.

    I am a private chef, writer, cookery teacher and presenter now living in Scotland. I’ve been into food from an early age, spending much of my childhood on the family…

    I am a private chef, writer, cookery teacher and presenter now living in Scotland. I’ve been into food from an early age, spending much of my childhood on the family…

    £18.00
    per screen