It’s ECQ again for Metro Manila (and for most of the Philippines), and as a gift to help everyone, cooking school The Maya Kitchen is inviting everyone to upcoming Korean Cooking Class for FREE on Facebook Live!
This August 14, Saturday, 10AM to 12NN, you can learn how to cook authentic Korean dishes featured in your favorite K-dramas and loved by your favorite oppas! Tune into their Facebook Live (facebook.com/mayakitchen) to learn how to make bibimbap, the popular Korean dish of mixed rice topped with meat and vegetables, as well as banchan or Korean side dishes.
Whether you just want to sit back and watch or follow and cook along (ingredients will be posted on Facebook before class starts), the chefs from The Maya Kitchen will be interacting with you via Facebook to answer any questions you may have.
Then on September 4, Saturday, 10AM to 12PM, learn how to cook bento box favorites in the Tempura And Karaage Online Cooking Class. Also via Zoom, the Maya Kitchen’s chef instructors walk you through how to make Chicken Kaarage, crunchy deep-fried pieces of marinated chicken, and Ebi and Vegetable Tempura, shrimp and veggies lightly coated in batter and deep-fried to crispy perfection. This class is also P2500.
The Maya Kitchen continues to offer quality cooking and baking classes online to help people improve their skills and better learn their way around the kitchen. These classes are all conducted via Zoom, where students have a chef instructor who provides step-by-step coaching for every recipe and answer any questions participants may have. Whether you’re looking to start your own cooking journey or improve your skills as a baker or experienced home cook, there’s a class for you at The Maya Kitchen. Sign up today!
For more information on this and on other course offerings, log on to www.themayakitchen.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit The Maya Kitchen Culinary Center every Tuesday to Saturday at 8F Liberty Building, 835 A. Arnaiz Avenue (Pasay Road), Makati City. You may also call us 8921185 or 892-5011 local 108 or +63929 679 6102.