What's for Dinner? Tween/Teen Weeknight Cooking Class
You will be getting 5 easy weeknight recipes that your learner will love that can be used for future weeknight meals!
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5x per week
over 1 week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does a “Multi-Day” course work?
Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Your tween/teen will get to roll up their sleeves and spend a class baking and having a great time in our "What's for Dinner?" 5-day Camp! However, secretly, they will also be learning key life skills that will help them as adults! Skills such as measuring, math skills, gross motor skills, and problem-solving to name a few! We will discuss the science of why we need certain ingredients to work together and how we can create "Switch-Ups" to change the flavour of the recipe! Please note that...
This class is taught in English.
In these classes, students will learn and practice the following: They will learn how to measure, calculate, mix, and cook recipes that they can enjoy after the class. They will learn the science of why mixing certain ingredients together are essential and what essential ingredients they need for success. They will practice skills such as hand-eye coordination, problem-solving and math skills. They will learn about safety in a kitchen and how to use proper protective equipment such as gloves and aprons. They will receive a mini booklet of the recipe, along with essential terms, tricks, and switch-ups that they can print and keep in a binder for future reference
Please take a picture of your recipe and add it to your Kitchen Science Club recipe book. Complete the extra activity and post it on the class discussion.
The following is a list of ingredients for the class. These ingredients can be found in large supermarkets. short pasta such as macaroni, fusilli extra virgin olive oil salt unsalted butter garlic all-purpose flour whole milk 15% cream sharp cheddar cheese mozzarella cheese Gruyere cheese panko breadcrumbs Parmesan cheese smoked paprika (or regular paprika) boneless and skinless chicken thighs or breasts plain yogurt ginger garam masala turmeric ground cumin red chilli powder onion ground coriander crushed tomatoes cream (or evaporated milk to save calories) sugar kasoori methi/fenugreek leaves (optional) fresh coriander vegetable oil bay leaves cloves green cardamom pods peppercorns basmati rice lime juice onion powder garlic powder mayonnaise Yellow mustard chicken drumsticks dried oregano dried thyme tomatoes English cucumber yellow pepper red pepper green pepper green onions romaine apple cider vinegar dried basil 1 clove garlic, minced 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons olive oil 2-3 chicken breasts high fibre white bread/whole-wheat bread 8 tablespoons mayonnaise bacon (optional) shrimps, raw or 2-3 chicken breasts Jasmine rice fish sauce soy sauce Thai curry powder (or regular curry powder) cornstarch canned pineapple toasted cashews (optional)
no assessment, just have fun!
4 hours 35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Safety Requirements: Learners will be using the oven and kitchen equipment. Please monitor them for their safety and have protective equipment such as mitts and aprons available. They may also need assistance using a knife. A safety checklist is included in the master checklist. Allergy Notes: We make most ingredients that are frequently prone to allergies, such as nuts optional. This allows the parent and child to choose what they would like to add and is not a requirement. The recipes may use dairy products, eggs, and flour. Should you need to alter the recipe, message me privately through Outschool to discuss alternatives.
Jeannette BarrowChef and Science Nerd
36 total reviews
21 completed classes
Jeannette loves to cook and loves to teach! Her passion is learning about how recipes work and discovering new great concepts that help make recipes better. Somewhat of a science nerd, Jeannette likes to break down a recipe to understand how and...