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Private Cooking Lessons
Cooking: Learn to Make a Real British Roast Chicken Dinner!
In this one-time class, children will follow along the steps and learn to make their own Roast chicken dinner with roasted potatoes and broccoli.
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We will learn how to bake our own Roast Chicken with potatoes and Broccoli from start to finish. This lesson will be structured as a live demonstration, with students following along each step. Whilst this is a more complex recipe, students need no prior knowledge or experience of cooking, the steps will be simple to follow and the class will be at a pace that matches the students. The class will be informal, chatty and allow for children to explore their cooking skills independently. We will...
Students will improve their cooking skills, particularly learning about how to time the multiple elements of this dish.
I am a qualified teacher in the UK and teach cooking as part of my curriculum.
Ingredients (serves 4): - a small whole chicken (with giblets removed) - a head of broccoli - 4 large baking potatoes (or equivalent quantity in smaller potatoes). - salt - pepper - dried mixed herbs - vegetable oil (any kind is fine, except olive oil). - half a stick of butter (approx 50g). Equipment: - large kitchen knife - medium kitchen knife - Large sauce pan (for boiling potatoes) - baking sheet/tray x 2 - large baking tray (preferably a deep one for roasting the chicken) - tin foil - sieve or colander - access to an oven and stove top.
2 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Handling of a hot oven and stove top. Handling of kitchen knives Common allergens: none. (please refer to the list of ingredients to check for other allergens that may be relevant for you).
Primary school teacher and private tutor
🇬🇧Lives in the United Kingdom
3 total reviews
9 completed classes
Hello everyone! I'm Lucy and I offer a wide range of classes from singing and cooking to maths and history. I have a history degree from the University of Exeter and have since completed my post-graduate certification in Education and work as a...