For the spring edition of our Korean Cuisine event, the Korean Cultural Centre UK and Westminster Kingsway College are proud to present a series of in-person culinary workshops. See below for more details on this exciting Korean Cuisine Workshop at the college’s Victoria Centre in central London.
During the class, you will learn how to make some Korean dishes from a Chef Lecturer at Westminster Kingsway College. The class is for all levels and abilities giving you the opportunity to try something new and experience some incredible flavour combinations. The hands-on half-day workshop will be hosted in the renowned training kitchens, the same kitchens where former students Jamie Oliver and Ainsley Harriott both learnt their trade.
For the ‘K-drama Street Food’ workshops (14 May & 11 June) you will have the chance to create the famous Korean Corn Dog (as seen in K-drama Start-Up), Honeycomb Dalgona (can you take on the delicate candy-cutting challenge as seen in Squid Game..?) and Tteokbokki (Korea’s spicy rice cake dish as seen in Vincenzo).
At the Kimchi workshop (21 May), you will try your hand at making this traditional Korean dish, abundant in flavour and health benefits. Recipes will include making kimchi pancakes and bibimbap.
The final workshop will be a Vegan workshop (18 June). This session will have a focus on food sustainability, so if you are interested in how a healthy plate can equal a healthy planet then this is the workshop for you. Dishes of the day will include potato pancake, mayak gimbap (Mini seaweed rolls) and a ‘one-pot’ vegetable rice bowl.
The workshop will run 4 times, during Saturdays in May and June from 10 am to 1.30 pm, at the Westminster Kingsway College’s Victoria Centre in central London. Each workshop costs £60 or £100 for two workshops, which includes the specialised teaching from our Chef Lecturer, all ingredients for the various dishes on the menu and a certificate of completion issued by Westminster Kingsway College – places are limited.