Cooking Around the World: Vietnamese Pho
In this "Cooking Around the World" series, we will be making a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup, pho.
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Let's travel around the world via food, in my Cooking Around the World series! We will be making popular dishes from Vietnam, Japan, Greece, Italy, Mexico and more! In this one-time class, we will be making Pho, a traditional noodle soup dish from Vietnam. In this class students will learn by doing! There will not be any power points or slide shows; we will jump right into the kitchen and get to cooking! In this class, we will begin at the prep of the food and end with a yummy completed...
PHO BROTH INGREDIENTS: 1 large white onion 3-inch piece of fresh ginger 5 star anise 4 whole cloves 3 (3-inch) cinnamon sticks 2 cardamom pods 1 tablespoon whole coriander seeds 8 cups good-quality beef stock (or chicken or vegetable stock) 1 tablespoon brown sugar 2 teaspoons fish sauce fine sea salt, to taste PHO SOUP INGREDIENTS: 8 ounces raw steak, very thinly sliced (or chicken, pork, or shrimp) 7 ounces uncooked thin rice noodles 1/2 tablespoon of oil (sesame works great for this dish, but olive oil or veggie oil will work too!) This will feed 2-3 people! *Additional garnishes: fresh herbs (cilantro, mint, and/or Thai basil), bean sprouts, lime wedges, thinly-sliced chiles (Thai bird chiles or jalapeños), thinly-sliced onions (green onions or white onions), sauces (hoisin and/or sriracha). *Please bring whatever you would like to add, not all of the additional garnishes are necessary :) Kitchen tools needed: one large pot for broth, one medium/large skillet for onion, ginger and meat cooking (we will use twice), one medium/large pot to boil noodles, stove top utensils, mesh strainer (a normal colander will not work, as we need to strain out herbs. if you do not have a mesh strainer, a re-useable tea holder will work to place herbs in), knife, cutting board.
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
This is a cooking class that involves the use of the stove, oven, or knives. Parents must be present in case assistance or emergencies. Students may occasionally need to finish baking a dish after the scheduled time ends. It is the your responsibility to review the ingredients each week and to let me know if there are any allergies so I can help you find an alternative. Thank you!
Carissa Fun and engaging teacher!
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Hello! My name is Carissa! I have been teaching online for the past three years. I have taught ESL toyoung Chinese learners. I very much enjoy working and learning alongside my students. I have a Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the...