Learn about the foundations of Korean cooking in this skill and technique-based cooking class that covers the basics (and all the ways you can vary them).
In this introductory class, you’ll cover key dishes that help you gain an understanding of the flavours and techniques that make Korean food tick!
You’ll learn how to make kimchi from scratch because no household should be without this healthy, piquant, versatile ingredient, which adds pizazz to anything from sandwiches to mac n’ cheese!
You’ll also make bibimbap, the warm and colourful rice dish you can make a million different ways (once you know the basics), and mandu (Korean-style dumplings).
There’s a lot of chopping involved, so you’ll leave class with sharper knife skills and a deep understanding of what makes Korean food so unique.
What to expect:
Diets & Allergens: This class can be adapted to dairy-free, gluten-free and nut-free diets. Please provide details on any diets and allergies, in the notes field at the checkout, so we can best accommodate you.
Age restrictions: 16+
|Adult (16+ )||£75|
Absolutely brilliant evening, my son and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Paul was a brilliant host, and ...
Absolutely brilliant evening, my son and I thoroughly enjoyed it! Paul was a brilliant host, and the food we cooked was delicious. You will need some basic knowledge already to do this, but Paul helped with anything anyone needed support with. We really enjoyed sitting together to eat what we made afterwards and had a lovely chat round the table with Paul afterwards to round the evening off. Make sure you take tubs for leftovers! We will definitely be back. Thank you!
Paul has been teaching cookery for over 20 years. He works often with Marcus Waering. we are very lucky to have him teaching at Cooking it.
Paul started his work in kitchens washing dishes as a 15 year old, and soon grew to love the hustle and bustle of this industry. He’s now worked as a professional chef for 24 years in kitchens all over the UK, as well as the U.A.E and Netherlands. As well as sharing his love for food at Cooking It, Mark also works at the National Chef Academy as Vice Principal, combining his passion for food and teaching with enthusiastic apprentice chefs. As a chef he’s willing to try anything and is always on the lookout for unique flavour combinations.
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