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6-hr Vietnamese Cookery Class

You will learn how to make a range of classic and more unusual dishes, all using the wonderful aromatic flavours of Thailand.
3rd October 2015 10am 
Parrs Wood High School, Wilmslow Road, Manchester, M20 5PG.   
£85 
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Maz is a highly experienced professionally-trained ex-Wagamamma Pan-Asian chef with a wealth of experience of teaching people the tricks of the trade.

Join her for this 6-hour specialist Vietnamese cookery masterclass, where you will learn how to make a range of classic and more unusual dishes, all using the wonderful aromatic flavours of Thailand

  • Goi Cuon (Vietnamese Spring Rolls) – distinctive translucent cigar-shaped rolls packed with greens, shrimp or pork and herbs, with a traditional nuoc cham dipping sauce
  • Bun Cha – rice vermicelli, a Vietnamese staple, served with grilled sausage patties, herbs, beansprouts, pickled vegetables and nuoc cham
  • Pho – a classic tasty noodle soup with the universal Vietnamese flavours of lime, basil, coriander, mint, chilli and fish sauce – a great staple to master and very healthy
  • Banh Xeo – ‘sizzling pancake’ – a favourite Vietnamese street food – delicious savoury, crisp edged pancakes made with rice flour, coconut milk and turmeric, filled, wrapped and eaten hot from the pan!
  • Banh Cam – a beloved Vietnamese dessert – crispy on the outside and chewy inside, speckled with sesame seeds, they are deep-fried balls of sweet mung-bean joy!

By the end of the day, you will have cooked and feasted on the tastes of Vietnam and you’ll go home with a wealth of new skills, and no doubt a couple of cartons of delicious leftovers…


 
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