Flavours of China

In this course, you will discover dishes from the vast country of China. Chinese cuisine is an important part of Chinese culture and includes cuisines originating from the diverse regions of China as well as from Overseas Chinese who have settled in other parts of the world. In this course, we will learn how to achieve simple yet flavoursome Chinese dishes at home.

Course Content

You will learn some basic cooking skills and basic hygiene and health and safety principles. The following recipes will be made but could be subject to change due to tutor?s discretion and the availability of ingredients:

- Week 1 Prawn toast, Spring rolls (vegetable), Pork pot sticker dim sum (starters)
- Week 2 Chicken sweet corn soup, Won ton soup, Hot sour soup
- Week 3 Vegetarian chow mein, Singapore spiced noodle, Noodle soup
- Week 4 Vegetarian Stir fry veg, Vegetable fried rice, Spring onion pancake
- Week 5 Satay prawns, Chicken and cashew nuts
- Week 6 Deep fried pineapple

Entry Requirements

To be eligible for this course you must be 19 or over on 31st August prior to the course start date.

This course is aimed at beginners. Cookery skills are beneficial but a love of cooking and preparing food is more important.

Attendance Requirements

We recommend attending all classes to achieve good progression of cookery skills.

Assessment Methods

The tutor will work, where possible, on a one-to-one basis to assess your cooking skills and give advice on how to improve. You will have a Personal Learning Plan to record your progress and the tutor will give you a feedback on your progress. You will be taught by clear demonstrations in the group and one to one teaching.

Further Study Options

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to register for all courses in the ?Flavours of? range, exploring cuisines from around the world.

Additional Information

On site classes: you will need to purchase the ingredients for the session and have an apron and food container/s to take your dishes back home. You will receive a list of ingredients to bring to your class one week prior to the class start.

You will need a pen/ notebook for taking notes. (Please note that some of the cookery activities will require working in pairs, sharing equipment, setting up and clearing the work area and equipment independently).

Online classes: you will receive a full list of ingredients and equipment to resource for the duration of the course at least 10 days before the course starts.