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Let’s Cook! Street Food for Teenagers

Learn how to create exciting street food dishes from around the world.

Home-Cook

Elevate your skills to new heights in this home-cook course

Beginner

Best suited for people with little or no culinary experience

£115.00

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Overview

Our Street Food class is the ultimate foodie blend of fun & flavour, featuring some of the best cuisines from around the world. This class will take you on a culinary journey around some of the world’s biggest foodie hotspots including China, Korea and Japan as you learn how to make some tasty street food bites.  

Learn how to make your very own perfectly fluffy bao buns, Korean fried chicken, and intricate gyoza dumplings, that taste just as good as if they came straight off a pop-up market stall. As always at Leiths, you’ll have plenty of food to take home with you to share with family and friends alongside a host of new cooking skills that you can use to create mouthwatering street food again and again.  

This class is suitable for young people aged 11 – 17. 

Menu: 

  • Korean fried chicken 
  • Bao buns and Asian slaw 
  • Crispy spring onion pancake with chilli dipping sauce 
  • Gyoza 

Menu may be subject to change  

Course Structure

Cooking with your classmates is an integral part of your Leiths experience. You will cook some of your recipes in pairs, and some independently. Whatever the ratio, there is always more than enough food to go around, and often food to take home too. 

Your day will comprise of a mixture of practical cookery and demonstrations performed by the teacher who is running the session. The exact format will vary from class to class depending on the style of cuisine and, in the case of visiting chefs, their individual teaching style.  

Around 1pm, you will break for lunch and enjoy the dishes you have cooked with the rest of your class, accompanied by refreshments. In some classes, such as skills classes, where dishes may not be appropriate for lunch, a mezze lunch will be provided.  

Practicalities

What’s included:  

  • Refreshments on arrival 
  • A recipe booklet 
  • All ingredients provided and weighed out for you in advance 
  • Lunch of your own making or sharing platters prepared by the school 
  • We do the washing up 

 

What to bring: 

  • Flat soled shoes 
  • Long trousers and a long-sleeved top are advisable 

 

Allergies and dietary restrictions 

We are happy to make adjustments where possible. However, some classes are unsuitable for people with particular intolerances as the menu would need to be completely different. We need 10 days’ notice to be able to properly check the class and adjust the order accordingly. Please read our full policy on allergies and dietary restrictions here.