Fragrant Vietnamese Cooking Lessons

1 Day

Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Vietnamese food with expert guidance and advice from your Master Teacher with a Vietnamese Cooking Lessons in Perth.

Highlights
• Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Vietnamese food with expert guidance and advice from your Master Teacher
• Pho Bo &Bull; Fresh Rice Noodle Seafood Rolls with ‘Dancing’ Herbs
• Vietnamese Chicken and Coconut Rice
• Vietnamese Coffee Sua

Fragrant Vietnamese Cooking Lessons

Immerse yourself with expert guidance and advice from your Master Teacher in the fascinating world of Vietnamese cuisine. The anticipation will tingle your taste buds. Mix and match Vietnamese ingredients from one of Asia’s most popular cuisines to cook and eat amazing food.

The fresh herbs, vegetables and seasonings offered at the table for complimentary dishes are pure brilliance and show respect for the variation in diners ‘ tastes in flavor and texture.

You will learn about cooking techniques that are used to produce exciting results as well as learning about ingredients in sauces, how they improve the final taste and where to shop for them.

Included in this class:
• Pho Bo
Our beef version of this famous fragrant broth soup. Brimming with rice noodles, fresh herbs and crisp vegetable this ‘meal in a bowl’ is full of goodness to satisfy anyone’s hunger. Season your own bowl with sweet, sour and salty potions, so it’s just how you like it.

• Fresh Rice Noodle Seafood Rolls with ‘Dancing’ Herbs
Very simple and utterly addictive light fresh rice noodle rolls filled with white fish and prawn. Cooked in bamboo steamers.

• Vietnamese Chicken and Coconut Rice
Street-cooked barbecued smoky chicken is matched with a seriously good Vietnamese Nuoc Cham dressing. With plenty of fresh herbs and the creamy coconut rice, this dish showcases the superb flavor balance of this cuisine.

• Vietnamese Coffee Sua
Fresh ground Vietnamese coffee is allowed to slowly drip through the special filter. The chocolate flavor profile is complimented by a dash of condensed milk. This is as delicious served hot when the weather is cool as it is, refreshingly iced, on a summers day.

Whilst we endeavor to accommodate food preferences and allergen avoidance, some classes are not suitable for participants with life threatening reactions. Due to the nature of taking part in a group activity we are unable to accommodate requests to omit certain ingredients from classes that contain them.

With some modification of recipes this class is suitable for Gluten Free diet. But it is not suitable for a Vegetarian diet. Please advise of dietary requirements on booking, thank you.

Allergens present in class: peanuts, soy, fish, crustaceans, sesame, and gluten. You are welcome to contact us for any further clarification and to ask further questions regarding the suitability of class content.

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