Essentials of Korean Cooking

What to expect
  • Learn how to cook authentic Korean food with the guidance of a an expert chef at the Institute of Culinary Education
  • Prepare and dine on dumplings, hot chicken wings, and kimchi, among other delicious Korean staples
  • Wow your friends with your new penchant for Korean cooking
  • Step up your multi-cultural cooking game and make some new friends
From kimchi to bibimbap---the classic rice preparation topped by a myriad of ingredients---the signature dishes of Korea have seduced America with their intoxicating flavors. Soups and stews are popular, as are the vegetables, tofu, meat, and seafood that all feature in main dishes as well as in banchan, the Korean assortment of side dishes that appear in most traditional meals. You will learn to make: Mandu (dumplings); Dak Gangjung (hot chicken wings); Haemul Pa Jeon (seafood and green onion pancakes); Sokalbi Gui (barbecued beef short ribs); Bulgogi (grilled seasoned sliced beef); Bibimbap (seasoned vegetable rice bowl); Haetgamja Jorim (new potatoes with roasted sesame seeds); Assorted Banchan, including Quick Kimchi; and Soju (cucumber-infused distilled liquor).

Time to get your Korean food on.

Note: Minimum age requirement of 18 to attend classes.
Key Highlights
Price $120.00 per guest
Duration / Session 4.5 hours
# Sessions 1
Rating 145 positive reviews
Two weeks withdrawal notice is required for a refund. However, a $20 transaction fee will be deducted from the refund for each and every class seat registration that is canceled by the registrant/student. When a class is dropped 3-13 days prior to the start date, only school class credit will be issued, and the transaction fee will be deducted (see above). Rescheduling a class still entails a cancellation and, therefore, a transaction fee will still be charged to customers. There are no refunds or school credit issued when fewer than 48 hours notice from the class start date is given.

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