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Cooking: Korean Favourite Dishes

If you are interested in Korean healthy food, come and join us! During this one day workshop you'll learn how to cook Bulgogi, Japchae and Bibimbap. Enjoy delicious and healthy dishes! All ingredients included in course fee.

Description

Please note course scheduled for Saturday 21 August  has TEMPORARILY being rescheduled to Saturday 25th September due to current lockdown pending availability of tutor and venue - if you are currently registered for this course we will be in touch as soon as we have an update.  

Korean people pursue more natural and healthier tastes. This trend influences the ingredients of their food which are mainly leaves, roots, mushrooms and very healthy natural products. In this session, we will be cooking Bulgogi, Japchae and Bibimbap.

Bulgogi is one of the best known Korean dishes in the world. It consists of thinly sliced beef marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, minced garlic and vegetables. It is a delicious dish highly recommended for special gatherings, you will always feel  welcomed with Bulgogi.

Japchae is another Korean favorite dishes. It is made of sweet potato noodles with vegetables, meat, mushrooms, soy sauce and sesame oil. Koreans always eat noodle at their birthday because long noodles symbolise long life - let's live long and healthy lives!

Lastly you'll also learn how to make Bibimbap which is another super-popular Korean dish. It is made of rice, seasoned vegetables called Namul (mainly dried or fresh vegetables, leaves or roots) and a dash of chilli pepper paste. The word 'Bibim' means 'to mix together' and 'bap' is 'cooked rice'. You need to mix Bap (cooked rice) with all the other ingredients before eating. 

All ingredients are included in the course fee;  you just need to bring along your apron, some disposable gloves, a sharp knife, a couple of teatowels and a dishcloth, as well as three lidded containers to take food home in.

By the end of the course, you’ll be able to:
- Purchase and prepare ingredients for Korean foods.
- Better understand how to use Korean seasonings.
- Create your unique taste of related foods.
- Cook Korean meals for family.
- Feel more confident to cook Korean foods

Note:  Courses need a minimum number to go ahead so if we don't have enough enrolments a few days before the start date, we have to cancel. We'll let you know by email so please check yours regularly. If you need to cancel your registration, here are our terms and conditions: "What You Need to Know".

Prerequisites

You just need to have an interest in healthy and tasty Korean food.

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