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KOREAN Street Food
January 28 @ 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm$65.00
Asia is so heavily focused on meat-based dishes and yet has some of the most fertile soil in the world. The vegetables, herbs, ginseng, ginger thrive in the Asian climate – especially in S. Korea. Korean street food has some of the best vegan dishes around. After the Korean War (1950-1953), street food vendors provided affordable meals for people unable to put food on the table. Then, street food expanded into the Cheonggyecheon stream and Jongno districts, where today locals and tourists can find famous street food alleys. Overall it can be said that street food is regarded as a significant part of the Korean food culture. So, let’s discover the best and must-eat Korean street food that will delight your taste buds!
In this class Chef Nico is going to show you how to make an authentic and delicious Japchae with sweet potato noodles and loads of fresh, colorful veggies. Then you will learn how to make Korean dumplings or “Mandu”- another famous street food that is eaten as a meal. These are commonly filled with minced meat (usually pork), tofu, green onions, garlic and glass noodles but of course, you will be using all vegan ingredients and discover how simple it is to make dishes without animal products.
**This is a hands-on class. Each person will have their own station to learn alongside with Chef Nico. You can eat or take your creation afterwards. An electronic recipe & instruction card is emailed to you within 72-hours after the conclusion of the class.**