At-home Cooking Classes Online with Otao Kitchen

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Otao kitchen has curated a variety of Online Asian Cooking Classes perfect for celebrating home cooking at home with Asian foods beyond Melbourne cooking studio. Guests can choose from a collection of options that allow you to connect with family and friends virtually and find meaningful ways to celebrate the food and people you love from a distance. Regardless of where your friends and families are living, Online Cooking Experiences make it easy to create lasting memories and design a special day just for "cook and connect". 

At-home Cooking Classes Online with Otao Kitchen

The chefs at Otao Kitchen have gone digital to teach virtual cooking courses while the restrictions have us spending more time at home. And the best part is, there’s a class for everyone – whether you’re a novice in the kitchen or you just want to broaden your skills and learn some new recipes. There’s even a plant-based workshop for vegans looking to try their hand at authentic Asian cuisine.

Online Cooking Experience offers fresh ways to connect and play through shared activities that are great for families. With school holiday, many holidays postponed, families can choose from a variety of virtual options to create lasting memories this summer, including a cooking with juniors.

If you’re really looking to up your kitchen game, the 12-week home cooking course has you covered. Spanning a range of Asian cuisines from Japanese to Indian, you’ll learn the fundamental cooking skills tied to each of these unique Asian cultures with every lesson. Each week you’ll gain access to new recipes, tutorials and lessons on everything from shopping tips and knife skills to nutritional tips and unique cooking methods.

What makes this course unique is the hands-on support system. You’ll be connected with professional chefs to help guide you through your own cooking adventure with round-the-clock support, Q&As, and direct coaching to create a fully interactive experience.

For vegans looking for ways to adapt authentic cuisine to suit their dietary requirements, the vegan cooking course is designed just for you. You’ll tackle dishes from a number of different Asian cultures, with a focus on cooking traditions created to support a plant-based diet. Whether from the Sattvic vitality increasing diet of India or Buddhist temple foods from Korea and Japan, you’ll learn nutritious and tasty dishes from a variety of cultures that have been creating plant-based foods for centuries.

Plant-based food doesn’t have to be the kind of drab, flavourless, meat-imitating concoctions that spring to mind for most meat-eaters when they hear the word ‘vegan’. Looking to cultures with a rich history in plant-based cooking, the vegan cooking course has been crafted to promote a coexisting balance between taste and what is healthy for the body, mind and planet so that even meat-lovers looking to cut back a little or try something new can find something they’ll enjoy.

 And if you’re the kind of person who fails to find joy in the kitchen, Otao Kitchen’s Asian cooking party will not only equip you with delicious and imaginative recipes and techniques, but it will show you that cooking doesn’t have to be a chore. This class is built around cooking meals to be shared and celebrates how food brings people together.

Aiming to empower people to connect through the back-to-the-basics ways of making food and drinks, the Otao Kitchen chefs will teach you a bunch of easy-to-make, delicious meals perfect for any social gathering. Join in the weekend classes to master dumpling making, Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese or Chinese menu?

So instead of ordering takeout for the umpteenth time or rotating through the same handful of recipes you’ve mastered, why not take the opportunity to learn some new skills in the kitchen? Your taste buds will thank you for it. 

 

More information visit www.otaokitchen.com.au

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