This delicious style of cooking is all the rage now. So, join us and travel the world in one day, learning how to make some of the worlds finest street food dishes using authentic ingredients and techniques to create a range of dishes from across Asia. Here is an example of the sort of dishes that could be included:
From India we might make chicken or paneer Kathi rolls and Vada pav, the classic maharashtra fried potato dumpling flavoured with curry leaves and mustard seeds.
Moving into Vietnam we could cook Banh Mi, French influenced orientalist baguettes and Pho, the wonderful fragrant broth.
From There to Thailand and the fabulous Khao Soi or coconut noodle soup and Lao, the aromatic meat salad from Laos.
Where we could travel to Malaysia and Assam Laksa or hot and sour fish soup and a classic meat or vegetable satay.
Then on to Indonesia and Martabak- spicy fried dough stuffed pancakes and the classic Gulai, a rich creamy fish curry.
Up to Japan and Korroke, Japanese croquettes and a mixed teriyaki, cooked over charcoal and Smokey and sweet.
Finally China and Jianbing, stuffed Chinese pancakes and Sweet Water Noodles (Tian Shui Mian)
Minimal technical knowledge is required, skilled and cautious cooks will both gain from this course.
Our style is professional but fun and open, we want you to leave us with a sense of pride in what you have produced. You be made to feel comfortable to ask any questions, there is no such thing as a silly question and if you feel you need to ask there is usually someone else in the room thinking the same thing!
The day will be full of top tips and chef’s secrets to give you confidence and make life in the kitchen a lot easier.
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Schedule of the day
|9:30||Arrival and introductions.|
Chef demonstration. A range of slaw, pickles and chutneys to enhance the flavour of your street food
Guests prepare an Asian slaw
Demonstration of chicken kathi rolls and tasting
Discuss and introduce individual recipes that guests will cook, key points to look for in style, taste, construction etc
Guests return to their benches and make a range of dishes
|15:30||Guests sit down and share their creations.|
Recap, questions, depart until next time.
Please let us know about any dietary requirements when you book this course. We will aim to accommodate.
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