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Wontons with Carole N. Brown

cooking class

Wontons with Carole N. Brown

1 review
Paused until 30 April. To protect the health of our community, all Airbnb Experiences are paused due to coronavirus (COVID-19). Visit the Help Centre for the latest updates before you book.
Duration
3 hours
Group size
Up to 5 people
Includes
Food
Hosted in
English
cooking class

Wontons with Carole N. Brown

cooking class

Wontons with Carole N. Brown

1 review
Paused until 30 April. To protect the health of our community, all Airbnb Experiences are paused due to coronavirus (COVID-19). Visit the Help Centre for the latest updates before you book.
Duration
3 hours
Group size
Up to 5 people
Includes
Food
Hosted in
English

What you'll do

If you think that pre-made Asian dumpling wrappers are for potstickers only, you are missing out. Sure, they are perfect for making a traditional Chinese-style dumpling but did you know that you use them in all kinds of other cool ways? We will talk about lots of fun ways to use them and then we will get into the kitchen for the hands-on portion of the class. Pork Dumplings in Mushroom Broth: Chinese pork, cabbage & scallion dumplings served in a light, gingery mushroom broth Cacio e Pepe Ravioli with Brown Butter: Italian ravioli filled with ricotta, pecorino cheese ,freshly cracked black pepper, served with a bit of browned butter. Crispy Wonton Crackers with Za’atar and Cardamom Sugar Crisps: Crispy chips made with wonton wrappers - a savoury one perfect for dips, and a sweet sweet to eat with ice cream Fried Edamame Dumplings with Spicy Garlic Togarashi Oil: Deep fried dumplings filled with wasabi, edamame and garlic oil with heat from Togorashi, a spicy, Japanese spice blend. Red Pepper Arugula Feta Mini Quiche: Crispy wonton wrapper crusts baked in muffin tins, make perfect mini-quiche crusts. Everyone gets a chance to cook, to taste all of the dishes.

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Your host

Learn more about Len

Len

Carole Nelson Brown is an accomplished cook, food photographer, cooking instructor and blogger. Her blog The Yum Yum Factor showcases delicious and unique ethnic and everyday recipes, along with a wealth of culinary knowledge. Len Senater is the founder and owner of The Depanneur, a showcase for the diverse culinary talent Toronto has to offer. For more than 7 years, I've been inviting guest cooks, both amateur and professional, to host all kinds of pop-up food events. There is alway something fun, interesting and unique going on at The Dep.

What's included

Food
Light Lunch — All of the wontons and dumplings that you made in class.

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Where you'll be

Founded in 2011 by Len Senater, The Dep is an ongoing, evolving experiment, prototype and proof-of-concept exploring food’s role in building community, creating opportunity and celebrating diversity. It has evolved over the years into a convivial urban food hub where food producers, creators and consumers can connect and explore new food ideas in a fun, informal setting.

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Cancellation policy

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Guest requirements

Up to 5 guests ages 12 and up can attend.
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Wontons with Carole N. Brown
1 review
£45/person
1 review
£45/person