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Learn How to Cook Rice With Chicken and Stewed Beans Puerto Rican Style

In this 1 hour class students will learn how to prepare a typical Puerto Rican meal that serves 4 people.
Dianalin Melendez
10 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 3 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
Class
55 minutes
per class
Meets once
11-16
year olds
1-6
learners per class
per learner

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During this class, the student will prepare a typical Puerto Rican entree - Rice with Chicken and Stewed Bean.  The learning goals are that each student will follow the recipe, work safely around the kitchen, measure, mix ingredients and cook the dish. We all learn by doing so I will demonstrate the process so that after my demonstration each student will be able to feel confident and properly execute the step.  
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Ingredients that are needed to complete the two dishes: Ingredients • Canola oil • Cooking ham - (*) – If you do not eat pork, you can substitute the pork ham for turkey ham. • Boneless skinless chicken thighs • Adobo Goya – with or without pepper • Sazon Goya • Tomato paste • Chicken broth • Chicken bouillon • Long grain rice • Aluminum Foil • For the sofrito: • Garlic cloves • Culanto leaves • Green pepper • Onion • Note: Culantro is found in Spanish Supermarkets or Asian markets. In Asian Markets it is known as Chinese Parsley or Coriander leaves. If you cannot find culantro, you can replace with 1 cup of chopped Cilantro. 1 can of Pinto or Red Beans Frozen Butternut Squash 1. This meal serves for four people
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Cooking is a creative adventure, but there is a process that needs to be followed that will end in a delicious edible product.  Students will learn how to cook in a safe environment but this can only be accomplished if a parent or an adult is present at all times since we will be working with knives and heat.  Safety is my #1 priority, and I will teach the proper way to use these utensils in a step by step basis. A kitchen safety handout is provided to review before the cooking session.

Teacher

Dianalin MelendezFlavors of Puerto Rico and learn Spanish
10 total reviews
5 completed classes

About Me

Hello, my name is Dianalin Melendez, and I am from Puerto Rico.  I have been living in Orlando, Florida for 20 years, and I have been working in the Public School system for 18 years. I had the opportunity to teach high school Spanish for 13... 
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