What you'll do
We’ll meet virtually in my kitchen and yours to make Mexican salsas together. You’ll learn to cook salsa in three traditional ways: roasted, raw, and fried. Each preparation is different in personality, flavor, and spice level, but they’re all delicious and special. Throughout the experience, you’ll receive hands-on instruction while you taste-test all the salsa you can handle. You’ll be surprised by how easy (and fun!) it is to cook salsa at home. When we’re done, you’ll have recipes to revisit whenever you’re craving some salsa. This is an online version of “Learn to Cook Mexican Salsas,” my top-rated experience with 450+ reviews: www.airbnb.com/experiences/220468 Ideal for Cooking parties, Anniversaries, Special Celebrations and private groups. If you will like to cook a different Mexican Delight, we can organize a private experience just for you and your group of friends and families. If you prefer a different day or time book a private session and have your friends join!
Try something new together
Try something new together
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Meet people from all over the world while learning something new together.
- Simple and global
Join easily and participate from home without a lot of prep.
Greetings from Ciudad de México! I'm a Mexican cook with a lifetime passion for food, especially anything hot and spicy. I studied at the National School of Mexican Gastronomy and have had the opportunity to live throughout Mexico, from north to south and coast to coast. As someone who believes that food brings people together and transcends language, I love preparing and sharing meals with people from all over. Over the past 2 years, I've welcomed hundreds of guests to my kitchen in Mexico City. I host several in-person Cooking Experiences on Airbnb—learn more about them and see reviews here: www.airbnb.com/users/show/147613055 My salsa experience was included in BuzzFeed's "20 of the Best Airbnb Experiences in Latin America." I've also been featured in the L.A. Times and Hoy Los Ángeles. Find more on IG @mexicansalsas
What to bring
When booking, you will recive a full list of all the ingredients necessary to cook our variety of M…
Chile, If possible 3 varieties: Dry red chile, Fresh Habanero, Jalapeño or Serrano on any presentati…
3 red tomatoes
2 green tomatillo (optional)
1 Sweet Fruit like mango, pineapple, peach, strawberry, papaya, melon. (optional)
1 head garlic
1 spoon of nuts of any kind
1 lime or lemon juice
1 radish (optional)
1 avocado (optional)
8 oz of oil
Salt & Pepper
If you are not making salsa, please be sure to have a party snack, plus a glass of your favorite dr…
If you are making salsa you will need utensils Cutting board, Sharp knife, Frying pan, Blender. Molc…
How to participate
Join a video call
Download Zoom for free on a desktop or mobile device. After you book, you’ll receive an email with a link and details on how to join.
"While you're cozy at home, I'll be at my kitchen in the heart of Tacuba, an ancient neighborhood in Mexico City. My home is next to the Tacuba Market, where I get all my ingredients from local merchants."
Book a private group
Want to join with just your family and friends? Natalia will host a private group for up to 30 guests starting at $333.
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Things to keep in mind
Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.
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You’ll need an internet connection and the ability to stream audio and video to participate. A link and details on how to join will be included in your booking confirmation email. Up to 10 guests of all ages can attend.
Learn to Cook Mexican Salsas