November 12 (Monday) 6:30 pm - December 10 (Monday) 8:30 am
Parkside Community College
Parkside, Cambridge, CB1 1EH
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Brief Description The course is run on an informal basis to help learners feel at ease. Each week you will be provided with a recipe for which you will need to
The course is run on an informal basis to help learners feel at ease. Each week you will be provided with a recipe for which you will need to obtain the ingredients. You will learn to make your own paste and sauce along with techniques such as learning knife skills, baking and pan-frying. Some of the following dishes will be made: Vegetable spring Rolls, Pork Satay with peanut Sauce, Thai red curry, Thai Fish cakes and dipping sauce
Previous Experience and Knowledge Needed.
By the end of the 5-week course participants will have the opportunity to:
• To learn and improve practical skills
• Improve skills in presentation of dishes
• To show modern day skills and the use of new ingredients.
• To help build confidence and enjoyment in cooking.
• Develop a better understanding of food hygiene in the kitchen.
Extra costs on the course for example text book, materials or equipment
You will be given an ingredients list weekly and will be asked to bring the ingredients for the following week’s recipe at a cost of between £5 to £10 (max) weekly.
For the first session, you will need to bring:
£3.00 for ingredients. Apron, Tea Towel, Dish Cloth.
On completion of this course, what might your next steps be?
The college offers lots of exciting cookery classes throughout the year.
The Learn and Train office is able to give course information or search for alternative courses for you.
Kevin HodgsonI have been teaching cookery for the last 12 years. I have experience of cooking in both pubs and hotels, and have been involved with Healthy Eating for children, as well as running my catering company.