The Best Virtual Cooking Classes Hosted By Australia’s Top Chefs

Eat, Food Guide, Guide / 25 May 2020

Get cooking with some of Australia’s top chefs by tuning into these virtual culinary classes.

We love discovering new recipes. In fact, we have a whole collection of easy, beginner-friendly recipes ready for you to get stuck into! But sometimes it’s nice to be guided by a culinary expert to ensure you’re slicing and dicing perfectly every time. So, we’ve scouted out our favorite virtual cooking classes hosted by Australia’s top chefs to inspire your next culinary adventure.

Virtual Cooking Classes

Cooking at Home with Matt Moran 

With a passion for seasonal ingredients, balanced flavours and paddock-to-plate dining, chef Matt Moran brings his signature culinary style to the homes of foodies across the country. His new platform ‘Cooking at Home with Matt Moran’ enables home cooks to follow along and replicate his favourite recipes every Friday night. Each week, Matt will prepare a new menu of dishes (designed to serve 4) with access to these online classes just $20 per week.

To join Cooking at Home with Matt Moran’s live-streamed cooking classes, click here.

Virtual Cooking Classes

Cooking with Maggie Beer

As the beloved cook, author, restauranteur and most recently host of The Great Australian Bake Off, Maggie Beer knows a thing or two about creating delicious dishes. And now, Aussie foodies can tune in and join Maggie in her live-streamed cooking classes. Hosted on Maggie’s Facebook page, the video series is filmed in her Barossa home and helps home cooks whip up tasty, rustic dishes in under 20 minutes. These simple recipes use ingredients most of us already have in the pantry too, making it perfect for quick and easy dinner. Find out more here.

Virtual Cooking Classes

Cooking by Colin Fassnidge

Join two-hat celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge’s new virtual cooking series, Cooking by Fassnidge. Each month, Colin joins forces with different foodies and brands to create delicious online cooking classes. These interactive classes will prepare meals for 2-3 people in your home, with lessons going for approx. 1.5 hours. The next session on Friday, June 12th at 5pm sees Colin joined by Tyrrell’s Winery to create a wintery pork neck stew. Sydneysiders can order a matching ingredient box ($93.33) or Aussie foodies can sign up just for the online class only ($68.00). Find out more here.

Want to upskill while at home? Check out our guide to the best online wine experiences to live stream at home. Plus, learn how to craft your own cocktail at home with these virtual masterclasses.