What's Hot in Cooking? Layered Tortilla Hack (Viral Cooking Trend)
Learn how to turn any tortilla into a multi-layer handheld snack with this viral internet food hack.
Priscilla C. B.S.Ed- Elementary Education
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Welcome to the What's Hot in Cooking? series where we learn how to make the latest viral food trends. In this one-hour class, we'll learn how the tricks to the Layered Tortilla Hack that's taking over the internet. We will focus mainly on the technique that makes this trend so unique and discuss possible variations. By the end of the class we will have made one savory and one sweet tortilla. Learners will follow along as I take them step by step through the recipe, demonstrating and...
Learning Goals for this class include: - exploring tastes and textures to compose a cohesive dish - kitchen safety when working with hot elements - build confidence to prepare meals independently
A complete ingredients* / supply list will be provided in the classroom within one week of the class start date. *Classes are designed with convenience in mind. Therefore, I focus on easy-to-find ingredients that you either already have one hand or are readily available at most supermarkets.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
While many cooking skills can be taught through online instruction, parents/guardians are best to determine their child's comfort and skill in the kitchen. My goal is to build upon what they already know...safely. If you have any questions about whether your child's skill level is appropriate for a particular class, don't hesitate to reach out. I'm here to help. * Learners may use the stove to prepare this recipe. Parental supervision may be required for these portions of the class. *As you will be responsible for providing ingredients for this class, please be sure to check all food label ingredients for potential allergens.
Priscilla C. B.S.Ed- Elementary EducationALL kids have the ability to learn the skills they need to be self-sufficient in the kitchen
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Hi there! I'm Priscilla, a former public school teacher and kids cooking instructor with over 20 years of experience in education and instruction. I teach classes about food and cooking! I believe kids learn best through authentic experiences,...