2017 Korean Cooking Regular Class

From exploring Korean sauces passed down thousands of years to practical daily Korean home cooking with a variety of Banchan (side dishes), you will definitely get closer to Korean culture by enjoying the classes. Through the classes, you will not only learn about cooking Korean cuisine itself, you will also be sharing a lot of interesting stories and culture behind the food.

2017 TERM SCHEDULE (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

  • Term 1: 7, 14, 21, 28 MAR – Exploring Korean Sauces passed down thousands of years
  • Term 2: 23, 30 May & 6, 13 June – Learning Korean home style cooking with daily side dishes
  • Term 3: 1, 8, 22, 29 August – Learning Korean history and culture through Kimchi
  • Term 4: 17, 24, 31 October, 7 November – Enjoying Korean party dishes & dessert

INSTRUCTOR:  Heather Jeong

TIME:  Morning Classes 11:00 – 13:30 / Evening Classes 18:00 – 20:30

VENUE:  Korean Cultural Centre Australia

CLASS FEE

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* Ingredients fee is included

** You are able to join a KCC member when making payment ($25 per year)

Term 3 Menu: Learning Korean history and culture through Kimchi

Week 1:

Garmja tang (pork and potatoes hotpot)- learn how to make one of the most popular food enjoyed with soju
Jeolla style kimchi – learn how to make traditional kimchi southern Korean style.

Week 2:
Kimchi mandu (dumpling) – learn how to make Korea’s most popular dumplings
Tteok mandu guk (rice cake and dumpling soup) – learn how to make a must have soup in Korean culture

Week 3:
Andong jjim dak (soy and noodle chicken hotpot) – learn how to make one of the most regional Korean dishes
Seokbakji (radish kimchi)- how to make Seoul style radish kimchi

Week 4:
Kimchi jjim (kimchi and pork hotpot) – learn how to make a favourite homestyle one pot dish
Kaettnip kimchi (wild sesame leaf kimchi – learn how to make the most delicious side dish
Hwajeon (rice cakes with edible flower) – learn how to make one of rat most elegant Korean desserts

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For more information, please contact us via; 02 8267 3477 or class@koreanculture.org.au

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