march, 2019

27mar6:30 pm10:00 pmKorean classics6:30 pm - 10:00 pm Time filter:Evening

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Korean food and the health benefits of the national dish, Kimchi, is one of the strongest food trends at the moment, and no wonder. The food is as spicy as it is delicious, the techniques used are often very different from western cooking and whilst the ingredients are of the highest possible quality, they are not necessarily expensive or alien to what grows around us here in Cambridge.

Our chefs are very fond of kimchi and we make our own version of fermented vegetables for use on our menus in the café and Bistro. We are thrilled to introduce Insoon Elton, a wonderful cook and food writer (see blog koreananju.com).

The class includes a mini Kimchi master session on how to make your own home made Kimchi from any vegetable in your garden, or from the supermarket. You will prepare it in class, and take the dish home to ripen and ferment for weeks, or to be enjoyed immediately.

Buch-jeon, little garlic chives pancakes with Kong-namul, or soybean sprouts.

So-galbi-gui – grilled short beef ribs marinated with fresh pear and Sake

Mu-saengchae – spicy mooli salad

The class culminates with a sit-down lunch with wine and, as usual, guests leave with full recipe packs as well as full stomachs!

We are found at the very end of Purbeck Road (off Hills Rd by the sixth form centre) where you turn left by Abbey college and then carry straight on for about 60m to the white awnings you will see ahead.

Please note that there is very limited parking on site, particularly during weekends when we are also very busy in the Café. We recommend the multi storey at the Leisure Centre less than 10min walk away or the Babraham Park & Ride which stops on Hills Road, very close to Purbeck Rd.

 

 

 

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Time

(Wednesday) 6:30 pm - 10:00 pm

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