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Korean Cooking Class

Discover the art of Korean cuisine as you learn to prepare authentic dishes that are rich in flavor and tradition. Our experienced chefs will guide you through each step, teaching cooking techniques unique to Korean food. Join us and embark on a delicious journey into the heart of Korean cooking!

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Registration for 7/27 Class is CLOSED

PRICE

Everything included for $40

LOCATION

7000 Winegard Rd, Orlando, FL 32809

DATE

July 27th, 2024

Saturday

TIME

11AM 

Approximately 2 hrs

MENU

Tteokbokki (떡볶이),

Buchujeon (부추전)

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​떡볶이 (Tteokbokki)

Tteokbokki is a popular Korean street food made from chewy rice cakes (tteok) that are typically stir-fried in a spicy, sweet red chili sauce called gochujang. It often includes fish cakes, boiled eggs, and scallions, and is garnished with shredded cheese. Known for its bold flavors and satisfying texture, tteokbokki is a beloved comfort food in Korea.

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​부추전 (Buchujeon)

Buchujeon is a Korean savory pancake made with garlic chives (buchu) as the main ingredient. 

Buchujeon is pan-fried until crispy and golden brown, resulting in a deliciously savory and aromatic dish that's commonly enjoyed as an appetizer or snack, especially during Korean festivals and family gatherings.

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​삼각김밥 (Samgak Kimbap)

Samgak Kimbap, also known as triangular rice balls, is rice shaped into a triangle and often wrapped in seaweed (gim). The rice can be plain or mixed with various fillings such as tuna, kimchi, spicy pork, or pickled vegetables. Samgakbab is a convenient and portable food, commonly found in convenience stores and enjoyed as a quick meal.

7/27 Cooking Class Registration​

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